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Cultures of the Hills

Hills Multicultural Network
In honour of ‘The World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development’, Hills Community Aid is partnering with the Community Migrant Resource Centre and the Hills Multicultural Network to host CULTURES OF THE HILLS. This wonderful free event promotes a celebration of four of the main cultural groups in…

Writers Workshop: The Year you Write your First Non-fiction Book

Writers Workshop
Join Australian author, writer and presenter Anna Featherstone for an informative and inspirational writers workshop at Hawkesbury Central Library on Thursday, 26 May from 10:30am to 12:30pm. You will learn how to take your non-fiction book idea (memoir, lifestyle, business book, cookbook, reference book and more) from just a thought…

What’s On at Hills Shire Library

Hills Shire Library
DID YOU KNOW? You can share your favourite recipes, learn cooking tips, and uncover new cookbooks in our Urban Cooks Collective, which is a group designed for people who love talking about all things food. The group meets regularly on the fourth Wednesday of each month. Visit The Hills Shire…

Lifeline Asks the Community to Push for Better Mental Health

Lifeline Macarthur
3,139 push-ups in 24 days for mental health: Are you up for the challenge? Lifeline Macarthur and Western Sydney is encouraging the community to push for better mental health by participating in Australia’s largest fitness-based mental health initiative, The Push-Up Challenge. In June, participants will take on 3,139 push-ups across…

Wonderful Ambassador for Football

Nepean Football Association
By Lawrence Machado It was a memorable night for Nepean Football Association president Frances Refalo when she was recognised for her sterling contribution to the game. Frances, who has served the loyally over the years, received the prestigious 2021/22 Season Chairman’s Award at the Western Sydney Wanderers FC Medal Dinner.…

It’s Shuttle Time in the Hills

Castle Hill Rsl Badminton Club
By Lawrence Machado Badminton officials are broadening their goals to capitalise on the growing interest among the younger generation in The Hills. Despite not owning courts of their own, Castle Hill RSL Badminton Club are creating new pathways for their juniors while extending coaching for their seniors. According to the…

Out and About with Michelle Byrne

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…

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The Hills to Hawkesbury Community News is a fortnightly publication that has been operating for over 35 years.

Our print circulation is ten thousand 32 page magazines per fortnight.  These are delivered to all the popular businesses and shopping centres across the Hills and Hawkesbury Council areas.  They are all collected by people who want to read a printed magazine.  We also send out over 12,000 emails per fortnight sharing the latest edition with our subscriber list.

Our Facebook page has a growing reader base.  With over 7000 likes, our posts are shared across the community and it’s not unusual for our ‘reach’ across the community to rise to 50-60,000 with a high level of engagement.

We are a trusted source of news in the community.

On the news front, our publication employs qualified journalists, Bev Jordan and Lawrence Machado who  are well known for their excellent reporting skills and knowledge of the area.

The Hills to Hawkesbury Community News strives to provide the community with a platform to promote events, community groups and sporting organisations as well as showcase talented individuals.  Our news coverage includes the latest emergency services reports and what’s going on in the Local Government Areas of The Hills and Hawkesbury.

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