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Western Sydney job seekers are turning to social media to find new employment – with outstanding results.

The 2014 NRL season wasn’t just a year to remember the on-field successes of the Penrith Panthers but also the ...

When talking to renowned opera singer and composer David Hobson about his 'My Baby Just Cares For Me' tour with ...

Three of Penrith's residents have today been nationally recognised as being exceptional Australians, with each ...

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Panthers target 20,000 members in 2015
Adam Peacock, Ante Covic and all the Wanderers news
Your local gig guide & latest releases
The most complete local trades & services directory
Full details of this year's Australia Day Honours

LOCAL NEWS

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Online jobs revolution

Online jobs revolution

Western Sydney job seekers are turning to s...

Locals honoured on Australia Day

Locals honoured on Australia Day

Three of Penrith's residents have today bee...

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LOCAL SPORT

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Panthers target 20,000 members

Panthers target 20,000 members

The 2014 NRL season wasn’t just a year to r...

Brown's future at Penrith unclear

Brown's future at Penrith unclear

Lewis Brown had a career-best year for the ...

What's wrong with the Wanderers?

What's wrong with the Wanderers?

A dejected Tony Popovic says he’s proud and...

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ENTERTAINMENT

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Duo's on stage chemistry shines

Duo's on stage chemistry shines

When talking to renowned opera singer and c...

In her father's footsteps

In her father's footsteps

When Deana Martin talks about Uncle Frank a...

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DINING

Al Aseel has Penrith talking

One mouthful of Al Aseel Penrith's traditional Lebanese cuisine will send the diner's taste buds on a whirlwind journey to the Middle East.

Five Stars Thaitanic

Thai cuisine is clearly a favourite amongst local diners. And no wonder when the meals are packed with flavour, from the spicy to the sweet and...

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BUSINESS

PBA's future still uncertain

PBA's future still uncertain

Penrith City Council has agr...

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OPINIONS & COMMENTARY

Jeweller On Duty

Diamond shapes

Diamond shapes

Have you ever wondered what all of t...

Matthew Ely

From the Editor's desk

Abbott is drowning

Abbott is drowning

Like a football coach given the “ful...

Troy Dodds

Health & Fitness

Tabata workouts

Tabata workouts

Tabata workouts are popular these da...

David Stein

Adam Peacock

History awaits Socceroos

History awaits Socceroos

The west of Sydney is the focus of e...

Adam Peacock

LOCAL SHOPPING BARGAINS

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PENRITH CITY COUNCIL NEWS

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BUSINESS OF THE WEEK

Sweetpeas

If you are in need of a family friendly and caring childcare centre, look no further than Sweetpeas Kindergarten and Long Day Care Centre.

Sweetpeas is a family owned centre in Cranebrook that by all accounts has the friendliest, happiest, fully qualified staff in Penrith.

Owner, Gina Douglass, said that when it comes to providing care for your child, there isn’t a more loving and educational environment.

“As much as we all would love to care for our children full time, the reality for many of us is that working is a necessity,” she said.

“At Sweetpeas we pride ourselves on having a centre that is nurturing and caring – the perfect place for your young child to learn and grow.

“We treat each child as if they were our own, meaning only the best educational practices and programs are given to your child.”

Sweetpeas cater for children from two years to six years of age, and are open from 7.30am to 5.30pm to provide parents with flexibility in hours.

Call 4730 4600