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Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Local News

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...

New additions to Youth Council

Blue Mountains City Council has welcomed six new Youth Councillors to the 2018 Youth Council – Gabriel Frechtling, Thomas Lenthen, Benjamin Mallin, Ruby Parsons...

Local Sport

Leota signs new Panthers deal

Rising Panthers prop Moses Leota has signed a three-year contract extension that secures his future at the club. The 23-year-old will be at Penrith until...

Giant helping hand

The local Aussie Rules community has banded together to brighten the lives of drought-stricken farmers living more than 400km away. Headed by the Penrith Giants,...

Proud to represent their state

Three local women will represent their state this weekend at netball’s prestigious Marie Little Shield competition in Brisbane. Cranebrook resident Melissa Gallagher, Glenmore Park local...

RCG, Peachey selected for Kangaroos

Penrith duo Reagan Campbell-Gillard and Tyrone Peachey have been selected in the Kangaroos squad to play New Zealand and Tonga later this month. It is...

Going Out

Movie takes a big leap to the stage

Since 1988, audiences have been captivated by the classic feel-good flick ‘Big’ starring Tom Hanks, and now Penrith Musical Comedy Company has put together...

Super band’s second coming

Sitting in boxes at the back of clubs throughout Adelaide lay demos from one of Australia’s greatest rock bands, but the name on the...

Rose Tattoo to play Blue Cattle Dog

It was 2009 when fans of hard rock band Rose Tattoo were coming to terms with the fact one of Australia’s most revered acts...

The Wharf Revue returns to The Joan

If the past few weeks has taught us anything about politics, it’s that we need a good sense of humour if we are going...