The first Community Cabinet of the Minns Government was held in Penrith today. Premier Chris Minns was joined by Minister for Western Sydney Prue Car...
Premier Chris Minns, Deputy Premier and Minister for Education and Early Learning Prue Car and Member for Penrith Karen McKeown paid a visit to...
Significant local funding commitments made on the eve of the State Election are in doubt, the Weekender can reveal.
Premier Chris Minns was back in Penrith today - this time to discuss rail manufacturing.
The Weekender sits down with Premier Chris Minns to talk about everything from the rental crisis to domestic violence.
Penrith has been selected as the location of the first Community Cabinet of the Minns Government.
State Penrith MP Karen McKeown has delivered her maiden speech to NSW Parliament.
New Penrith State MP Karen McKeown talks about the challenges of her new role, the Penrith Stadium upgrade, her plan to listen to locals and how she'll juggle the job with her duties as a Councillor.
Days after the NSW State Election and the new Labor Government has hit the ground running to make sure its presence is felt in...
Stuart Ayres has declared his political career is over after last Saturday’s State Election defeat, confirming he is unlikely to seek public office again.
Badgerys Creek MP Tanya Davies has merged as shock contender for the leadership of the Liberal Party in New South Wales.
Labor will hold the seat of Penrith for the first time since 2010 after Karen McKeown achieved a strong swing to the party at tonight's State Election.
Prime Minister Anthony Albanese wants Labor candidate Karen McKeown to win the seat of Penrith for the party in tomorrow’s State Election. There was a...
NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet has made one final campaign visit to Penrith as the election race nears its end.
A steady stream of people have made their way to the Penrith Paceway pre-poll to cast their votes ahead of this weekend’s NSW Election to help decide who will represent the area and lead the state.
With the new Western Sydney Airport anticipated to create an influx of local and international visitors, tourism groups are calling for a funding package to prepare for the future boom, and Penrith could be at the centre of it.
The Coalition will spend $1.8 million to upgrade Grey Gums Oval. Labor has indicated it won't match the commitment.