Labor and women’s advocacy groups are calling for more to be done to protect Penrith’s most vulnerable, with a growing number of women aged 55 and over experiencing homelessness.
Harold Corr Oval in Cambridge Park will be the home of the area’s first ever synthetic sports track when it’s opened for use late next year.
Developments to be fast-tracked with “no regard” to surrounding community.
School must be built sooner rather than later, Opposition says.
The long anticipated Jordan Springs Public School is completed and ready to open for term three next month. The state-of-the-art facility will enrol up to...
The State Government has announced a major $2.3 billion health boost and economic stimulus package as the Coronavirus outbreak continues to escalate in New South Wales.
Glenmore Park residents may have to wait another three years before their promised Service NSW centre is open.
The delivery of major upgrades to Jamison Park won’t be impacted by the scandal surrounding sporting grants in marginal electorates, Penrith City Council says.
Pharmacy owners warn they’ll go out of business if planned changes go ahead.
Castlereagh Road will be closed next week.