Saturday, November 28, 2020

LOCAL NEWS

From Penrith to the world: How Flip Out became an international...

Brent Grundy’s idea to create a trampoline play centre in Penrith eight years ago turned out to be a flippin’ success.

Premiers playing politics with border closures is a dangerous game

Premiers say border closures are all about health advice. But is that true?

Rooftop bar, restaurant part of plans for medi-hotel at Kingswood

A $31 million ‘medi-hotel’ boasting a rooftop bar and restaurant has been proposed for the Kingswood health precinct.

New campaign launched to encourage local spending as part of pandemic...

Penrith City Council is proud as punch to launch a new campaign to back the city’s nearly 15,000 businesses.

Man attacked partner in car park; ignoring AVO

A man who choked his partner in a Penrith car park while subject to an AVO not to approach her has been jailed for a minimum of four months.

Vintage FM on top of the world after special honour

Penrith’s Vintage FM has landed itself a top spot on the list of best Internet radio stations.

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Panthers and Storm to meet in early season Grand Final replay

The NRL has released the 2021 draw.

Gone to the Dogs: Burton to leave Penrith

Penrith officials say they are disappointed after rookie half Matt Burton confirmed he had a signed an NRL deal with Canterbury.

Panthers centre seeks treatment for alcohol issues

Penrith centre Brent Naden has been admitted to a private medical facility to treat issues with alcohol.

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