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Local News

Run, cycle and raise money

Participants once again have the opportunity to run or cycle through scenic bushland in the beautiful Blue Mountains National Park, raising money for Careflight...

Teens charged for lighting fire

Three teenage boys have been charged after allegedly lighting a fire during a total fire ban in the Blue Mountains yesterday. Police were told a...

Man flown to hospital after crash

A 52-year-old male has been airlifted to hospital in a stable condition after suffering a medical episode while driving in Winmalee this morning. The man...

What happened to James West?

As part of Missing Persons Week, police are appealing for information to help find a man who went missing from the Blue Mountains area. Just...

Local Sport

Trent Merrin to leave Panthers

Trent Merrin has played his last game for the Penrith Panthers. The former Origin and Test forward still has two years to run on his...

Cleary sets sights on title

The vision has come to life… they are the words from new Panthers coach Ivan Cleary who believes he finally has the squad that...

Powerlifters aim for gold

Eight of the strongest people in Penrith will be representing their country at the Oceania Regional Powerlifting Championships next weekend in Queensland. To be held...

Griffith hopes to strike in second stint with Thunder

After not setting the Big Bash world on fire like she would have wanted to in her debut season, experienced all-rounder Lisa Griffith is...

Going Out

Country stars headline new festival

Some of the biggest country music stars in the world are heading to Australia next year as part of the inaugural Australian Country To...

Still Thirsty for more

In the mid 2000s Thirsty Merc took Australia by storm, inundating the airwaves with their hit singles ‘In The Summertime’, ‘20 Good Reasons’ and...

Penrith’s history inspires new play

Prepare yourself for a night of art, intrigue and eye-catching canapes when ‘Yellow Yellow Sometimes Blue’ rolls into town. Inspired by the history of Penrith...

Country’s hit maker returns to Penrith

You might not know all the words to his songs, but chances are you’ve heard of country music legend Lee Kernaghan. Selling over two million...