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Beers we can be proud of

Beer lovers are lapping up the change brewing in Penrith, with several new local beverages hitting the market.

New Henry Street mural honours Indigenous elder

Caddens artist Shannon Boyd has completed a striking mural for the Sydney Region Aboriginal Corp.

Ordered out by Monday: Penrith family’s eviction nightmare

Tenants’ Union says planned eviction of Penrith family shouldn’t go ahead.

Survivors urge vigilance and education during Bladder Cancer Awareness Month

May is Bladder Cancer Awareness Month, and survivors are coming together to ensure the disease isn’t forgotten about.

Former showroom could be transformed into disability respite centre

Disability services in the area could be expanded with a respite day care centre proposed for Jamisontown.

NRL’s financial woes deserve some context

Is the NRL really a financial basket case?

Man to face court after spitting on officers

A man has been charged over allegedly spitting on two police officers following an arrest for domestic violence-related offences in Cranebrook.

Man charged after Cambridge Park stabbing

A man will appear in court today charged over the alleged stabbing of another man in Cambridge Park last night.

Australia takes first steps out of restrictions

Australia is on the path to Coronavirus recovery.

Premier, Health Minister haven’t spoken to Newmarch House families

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian says her government is doing its utmost to help those impacted in the Newmarch House debacle.

Stella brightens the day of lonely locals

Stella Cullens is one of the volunteers who make Red Cross what it is today.

Happiness and positivity provide focus for Olympic hopeful

Growing up with a love for sports and the outdoors, it was a trip to the local climbing gym at the age of 12...

Pandemic can’t stop love: Cambridge Park couple push ahead with wedding

Cambridge Park couple Chris and Kanlaya Bradwell were determined the current pandemic wouldn't stop their special day.

“They said I wasn’t going to make it through the night”: How Brother Jeff...

When former St Dominic's College Principal Brother Jeff Regan was diagnosed with Coronavirus, the outlook was grim. Now, he's got a remarkable tale of survival.

Near miss sparks fresh concern over trees

Council says it needs to balance safety with the contribution trees make.

Man charged over alleged online grooming

A man has been charged over alleged online grooming following an investigation by Strike Force Trawler detectives in St Marys.

Schools prepare for staggered return

To send or not to send is still the question some parents are asking ahead of schools' staggered return to face-to-face learning next week.

The Penrith gym keeping locals fit for free

Getting your body moving during this period is a great way to boost your energy and improve mental health.

Thief who sparked dramatic chase jailed for 18 months

A fugitive who stole thousands of dollars from a Westfield Penrith store before taking police on a wild chase across rooftops in St Marys has been jailed for 18 months.

Mums turn to online support during pandemic

Technology has been a saviour for many during the Coronavirus pandemic, and mothers needing a helping hand are no different.