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Caddens men arrested as part of money laundering scam

Two men have been arrested at Caddens as part of an investigation into a massive money laundering and cyber scam operation.

Parents call for safety improvements outside busy primary school

Parents from York Public School are calling for increased safety measures on the road in front of the school, fearing a serious accident is just around the corner.

Fundraising down as pandemic bites

Coronavirus pandemic has flow-on impact on vital community organisations

Woman fined after ugg boot theft

A barefooted woman was caught red handed after attempting to leave a Penrith store wearing a pair of stolen ugg boots.

Man jailed after assaulting police officers

The man threw punches and attempted to head butt the officers.

Man expected to appeal after lawyer, magistrate go head to head...

A man busted with more than nine grams of cocaine has been jailed for six months.

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