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Cleary has Panthers perfectly placed for quiet premiership assault

The Panthers are flying under the radar - just as Ivan Cleary would like.

Shifting demographics: Penrith’s getting older

63 per cent jump in seniors calling Penrith home as local demographics shift

ABC is critical, but not immune from reality

Troy Dodds with his take on the recent ABC cuts.

Too many brothels in Penrith, says councillor

18 legally operating in LGA, but fears many more are hiding under the sheets.

Amazon delivers new jobs to Sydney’s west

The country’s largest fulfilment centre will be built on the Aerotropolis’ doorstep, as US retail and technology giant Amazon invests in the growing region.

Political correctness not welcome at Major Oak

Major Oak is celebrating its 40th anniversary.

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The Panthers win by seven at Bankwest Stadium.

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The Panthers win by seven at Bankwest Stadium.

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Lang on League: One hit wonders

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