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Covid
It began as an ordinary Tuesday in our house, nothing out of the usual but it ended very differently and put a halt to our usual family adventures across the Hills and Hawkesbury for the next 2 weeks. As a family we had managed to avoid COVID for the last…

Farewell and Welcome!

Bazz Whine Bar
Bazz Whine Bar in Windsor’s Mall, a few metres from the old water wheel is one of Windsor’s hidden little secrets and after 5 fabulous years, Bazz and his wife Lisa are ending their time as owners of the bar. “We have decided to take some time to relax, travel…

Masterplanned Norwest Quarter Development

Norwest Quarter Development
Work on the $1billion zero-carbon, masterplanned Norwest Quarter development is due to start next month (June 2022) following the granting of development approval earlier this month. Norwest Business Park parent developer Mulpha has released the first apartments in Norwest Quarter, at 40 Solent Circuit Norwest, with over a third selling…

Gabe’s Fresh Food

Fresh Food
A new miniature supermarket has re-launched at St Gabriel’s School, aimed at supporting the education of students with a range of specific needs including intellectual disability in mild to moderate range, sensory impairment, and Autism. Named Gabe’s Fresh Food, the Woolworths mini store was originally built in May 2019 in…

Scaring Cancer

Scare Cancer Charity
Local charity, Kids with Cancer Foundation, raised $42,000 at its Scare Cancer Charity Ball held at the Castle Hill RSL on 30th April to fund a world first clinical trial to cure Paediatric Ependymoma. Around 200 people, dressed in their scariest make up and costumes and dug deep to raise…

Roaring 20s’ Ball

Roaring 20S
All the glitz and glamour of the Roaring 20s’ is promised at the Hills Relay For Life Ball at Castle Hill RSL on June 4th. A packed program of entertainment has been planned with plenty of dancing in the mix. The annual ball is known for its fabulous prizes and…

Hills Mother’s Luncheon Returns to Support Charity

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After a two-year absence, The Hills Fundraising Committee for Children’s Medical Research Institute (CMRI) held their “best-ever’’ event at The Hilton last week with guest speaker Lady Lynne Cosgrove. Committee President, Patti Payne, who also sits on CMRI’s Board said it wonderful to welcome back so many mothers to their…

18 Cows Poisoned in the Hawkesbury after Eating Lantana

Plant Toxicity
By Tony Bosworth, Editor Hawkesbury Post Livestock producers in the Hawkesbury are being warned to watch for signs of plant toxicity and monitor paddocks for new weeds following several fatal poisonings in flood-impacted areas of the region. Greater Sydney Local Land Services District Veterinarian Dr Aziz Chowdhury responded to calls…

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