Tuesday, October 27, 2020

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Podcast: 2020 Grand Final preview

Podcast previews the 2020 Grand Final.

Motorcyclist dies in Cranebrook crash

A motorcyclist has died after a crash at Cranebrook this morning.

Man jailed for stealing items from storage unit

A man who stole $5,000 worth of property from Storage King Penrith has been sentenced to six months behind bars.

Get into the Halloween spirit in Erskine Park

While trick or treating seems unlikely this year, an Erskine Park family has created a way to safely get into the Halloween spirit this spooky season.

Family split apart by COVID-19 finally reunited

Painful seven month separation ends as local doctor’s wife and child arrive home.

Further restrictions to be eased in NSW

Gatherings in outdoor public spaces and group bookings at restaurants will be increased to 30 people under a relaxation of COVID-19 rules.

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Panthers' winning streak ends at the hands of Melbourne.

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Spirited fightback not enough as Storm beat Penrith in NRL Grand...

Panthers' winning streak ends at the hands of Melbourne.

Tim Sheens, a cigar and why you always need a Grand...

In a week of no second chances it helps to have a back-up plan.

These young Panthers are primed to defy the odds

Who says you have to lose one to win one?

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Lachlan Shire, just a few hours’ drive from Penrith over the Blue Mountains, is the geographical centre of the state, the true heart of NSW.

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A weekend away with character and charm

There’s more to the Bathurst region than fast cars, the Knickerbocker Hotel and a Panthers game once a year, as my wife and I discovered on a romantic getaway there recently.

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