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Enhancing End-of-Life Care in NSW

End-Of-Life Care
By Ray Williams MP The NSW Government’s injection of $743 million into palliative care and other specialist health services will bring greater comfort and dignity to NSW residents with life-limiting illnesses. The five-year funding is on top of the $300 million the NSW Government invests in palliative care services each…

Revitalising South Windsor Town Centre

Revitalising South Windsor Town Centre
The council is excited to announce that works on revitalising South Windsor Town Centre start today! This exciting project will see significant improvements made to George Street, from Campbell Street to Beerewan Park, and Mullinger Lane, to attract more visitors and improve their experience. Surveyors will be active in the…

World Elder Abuse Awareness Day

World Elder Abuse Awareness Day
Australia has an ageing population and this number is predicted to rise to 23% of the population by 2055. Recent research has shown that approximately one in six older Australians reported experiencing elder abuse in a given year. World Elder Abuse Awareness Day (WEAAD) is commemorated each year on 15…

New Footpath in North Kellyville

New Footpath
By Dr Peter Gangemi – Mayor of The Hills Shire Council Council has finished a new footpath off Garrawilla Avenue in North Kellyville. The new path connects Garrawilla Avenue to the existing path between Mapleton Avenue and Wellgate Avenue, providing greater access to the residents of North Kellyville

Improve Your Education and Awareness of Diabetes

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Western Sydney is a WSD Diabete hotspot with disease rates higher than the NSW average. The Lions clubs of District 201N5 Zone 11, which includes Blacktown Ponds, Castle Hill, Kellyville, Kings Langley and Sydney Sri Lankan, have come together to tackle the diabetes epidemic in The Hills and western Sydney.…

Hawkesbury Youthfest 2022!

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Come and join us this Friday 17 June from 3:30pm to 7pm at the North Richmond Community Centre, 33 William Street, North Richmond. Youthfest is a free event for young people 12 to 25 years old – it is a celebration of young people in the Hawkesbury! The theme for…

Paul Rasmussen Passed Away

Paul Rasmussen Passed Away-
By Councillor Nathan Zamprogno I was tremendously saddened to hear this morning of the passing of former Hawkesbury City Councillor, Paul Rasmussen of Yarramundi. Paul served on Council for 22 years and I had the pleasure of serving with him from 2016 to 2021. We’ve known each other most of…

Upper Colo Bridge Replacement – Heritage Interpretation Plan

Upper Colo Bridge Replacement
Council Staff involved in the Upper Colo Bridge Replacement Heritage Interpretation Plan will be attending the Colo Heights Community Hub this Thursday, 16 June 2022. Council encourages the community to attend the Community Hub if they have any questions relating to this exhibition. WHEN: Thursday, 16 June 2022 from 9.30am…

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