Monday, June 14, 2021

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Kingswood man wanted on outstanding arrest warrant

Police are appealing for public assistance to locate a man wanted on an arrest warrant. Corey Cryer, aged 24, from Kingswood, is wanted by virtue...

Girl missing from Penrith

Police are appealing for public assistance to locate a girl missing from Penrith. Breeanna Bullock-Black, aged 12, was last seen outside a school on Hosking...

From Llandilo to the world: Students tackle big issues

Students tackle big issues from their school desk.

Love Bug back on the road thanks to Variety Bash

Cranebrook local Paula Graham will be on the road again this Sunday, participating in her seventh Variety Bash charity drive.

Faster Internet promised for Glenmore Park

Glenmore Park residents can say goodbye to slow Internet, with NBN Co announcing the suburb will have its fibre broadband connection upgraded by 2023.

Bringing manufacturing home: Huge new plan for former Crane Enfield site

Bringing manufacturing back to life and creating local jobs are at the forefront of a new $101 million plan set to revive Penrith’s former Crane Enfield Metals site.

Woman hands herself in over beauty shop robbery

A woman has been charged after turning herself in for robbing a beauty salon in St Marys last month.

Selfless students cook up crucial funds for domestic violence support

A group of local students are donating the proceeds of their class project BBQ to The Haven after realising the scope of domestic violence in Australia.

M12 to become a reality as governments give green light

The M12 will now become a reality after it received fast-tracked planning approval under the NSW Government’s COVID-19 economic recovery program.

Hayne should keep Dally Ms: History must exist, warts and all

Should the NRL press the delete button on part of its history?

Upgrade to The Northern Road blamed for damage to house

South Penrith local demands a better response from those in charge.

Memorial Park approved for Wallacia

A cemetery has been approved to Wallacia.

Retail spending up, new figures confirm

The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) has confirmed $30.7 billion was spent in stores and online in March – a 2.2 per cent increase on the same time last year.

Charges upgraded after crash victim dies in hospital

Investigators have upgraded charges after a man died in hospital following a crash at Colyton earlier this year.

Ebony’s tough upbringing inspires her passion for incredible art

Ebony Cornelius Mau’u had a tough childhood experiencing domestic violence at home, but she used her imagination to escape.

Mums know mums best in the hunt for the perfect gift this Sunday

If you have left your Mother’s Day present for that special woman in your life to the last minute, there are plenty of Penrith mums that sell products and experiences that will make the perfect gift.

True story: Dymocks is closing on Sunday

Famous book store to close after more than 30 years in Penrith.

Man charged over bottle shop incident

A man has been charged after assaulting two people in Penrith last week.

Early risers get head start on day’s challenges

While most people are hitting the snooze button at 5.30 in the morning, some ambitious Penrith locals are choosing to come together at the crack of dawn to kickstart their day.