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Lower Portland Ferry NOW OPEN

Lower Portland Ferry
Whilst Lower Portland Ferry was significantly affected by the recent floods our teams have been working hard to clean up and restore the area. There was approximately 1000 tonnes of dirt, sand and mud washed up due to the flood. Source: https://www.facebook.com/TheHillsShireCouncil

Maximise your Productivity and Redefine Success

Maximise Your Productivity
Maximise your Productivity and Redefine Success | Thursday, 21 July – 7pm – 9pm This workshop will focus on six steps to maximising productivity and how to redefine success for your business. You will learn; How to start working on the business, not in it; How to track business progress…

The Hills Police Area Commander Superintendent Darrin BATCHELOR

Hills Police Area Commander
The Hills Police Area Commander Superintendent Darrin BATCHELOR the Commander in charge of the Flood Recovery on behalf of the NSWPF conducting an aerial survey of the Hawkesbury LGA with the Hawkesbury City Council Engineers, and Hawkesbury Local Emergency Management Controller, and LEOCON Resilience NSW have a number of recovery…

Road and Ferry in The Hills

Road And Ferry In The Hills
By Dr Peter Gangemi – Mayor of The Hills Shire Council 4 weeks agoRoad And Ferry In The Hills have sustained a significant amount of damage due to the floods and recent rains. Sections of River Road, Chapel Hill Road and Pages Wharf Road will require major repairs which will…

Freemans Reach Road Update

Freemans Reach Road
The Council has begun temporary repairs on Freemans Reach Road, however the road and its immediate surroundings are taking longer to dry out than expected. This has delayed the completion of these temporary works, which would allow us to reopen the road. It is important for the safety of motorists…

Proposed Road Naming – Pearl Way, Rouse Hill

New Public Road
Submissions closing on 15 July 2022, 04:30 PM The Hills Shire Council has received an application for the naming of a new public road created by the development of Lot 1 DP 1261066 273 Annangrove Road, Rouse Hill. The development was approved by DA 1290/2021/ZA. Feedback is sought from members…

Fundraiser for Local Business

Fundraiser
Saturday 30th July from 3pm The Church Bar will be holding a fundraiser for the mate Darren Osmotherly from Paradise cafe which has had been devastated in the last 3 floods we will donate $5 from every pint and vodka sold . Live music from 7-11pm Please support the Hawkesbury…

Found a Beehive Washed Up in Your Yard?

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Beekeepers (Beehive ) across the state have lost hives into flood waters. To ensure this industry remains strong, please report ALL found bee boxes to the Exotic Plant Pest Hotline on 1800 084 881 noting the location and if possible, the identifying number on the side of the box. Please…

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