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Police are investigating a fire that extensively damaged an adult book shop in St Marys last night.

Sarah McLeod, accomplished solo artist and former frontwoman for Aussie rock band The Superjesus doesn’t like to be ...

The Fernhill Picnic Races are set to become a Penrith tradition after Penrith Council last night approved the event ...

Whenever you talk to a rugby league player, their main goal in life is to play first grade footy and secondly, be one ...

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LOCAL NEWS

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Fire destroys adult book shop

Fire destroys adult book shop

Police are investigating a fire that extens...

Fernhill races get green light

Fernhill races get green light

The Fernhill Picnic Races are set to become...

Hero brothers to be honoured

Hero brothers to be honoured

Brothers Damien and Jacob Berry have been awa...

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LOCAL SPORT

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Brown embraces the bench

Brown embraces the bench

Whenever you talk to a rugby league player,...

Ducks hope for a quacking good season

Ducks hope for a quacking good season

The newly-formed Nepean Ducks gridiron team w...

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ENTERTAINMENT

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The Superjesus returns to Penrith

The Superjesus returns to Penrith

Sarah McLeod, accomplished solo artist and ...

Penrith turns pink for Legally Blonde

Penrith turns pink for Legally Blonde

The 2001 movie ‘Legally Blonde’ seemed to rea...

Special Brand of country

Special Brand of country

Talking to Adam Brand about his new album ‘...

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DINING

Cafe at Lewers

Café at Lewers is set in the beautiful grounds of the Penrith Regional Gallery and the Lewers Bequest. While the café has been around for years,...

Review: Taj of the Valley

It is 7pm on a Wednesday night and High Street is almost deserted.

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BUSINESS

Rates questioned

Rates questioned

Penrith businesses are quest...

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OPINIONS & COMMENTARY

Jeweller On Duty

Passion for his craft

Passion for his craft

Last week I was privileged to meet w...

Matthew Ely

From the Editor's desk

Home truths about crowd crisis

Home truths about crowd crisis

Debate over the future of the Penrit...

Troy Dodds

Health & Fitness

The advertising is worse than the food

The advertising is worse than the food

I was talking to a group in the heal...

David Stein

Business Tips

Relationships are the key

Relationships are the key

Money can’t buy one of the most impo...

Michael Todd

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