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Car Park Completed at Winston Hills

Car Park Completed
Winston Hills commuter car park completed The brand new commuter car park on Junction Road, in Winston Hills, is now open . The car park will provide more than 100 much-needed car parking spaces for people using the bus services along the M2 motorway Source: https://www.facebook.com/TheHillsShireCouncil

Sporting Fields Upgrade

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David Elliott MP has just announced funding for a huge upgrade of sporting fields at West Pennant Hills. He said on social media: “Just received a very pleasant phone call from Sports Minister Natalie Ward who advised me that we have received $984,000 to upgrade George Thornton Reserve in West…

Sexual Assault Charge

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A 35-year-old Castle Hillman will face court today (December 16th 2021) charged over the alleged sexual assault of a woman in Castle Hill. On Thursday 25 November 2021, officers attached to The Hills Police Area Command commenced an investigation into a report of aggravated sexual assault. Police were told an…

Tradie Injured after falling from roof

A man, aged in his 20s, has sustained head and arm injuries after falling several metres from the roof of a Richmond residence. The Mounties Care CareFlight Helicopter was tasked shortly before 9:30am and landed 15 minutes later in a park opposite the scene of the incident. CareFlight’s clinical team…

Hornsby Park – Partially Closed

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Mountain bikers please be advised that from today (Wednesday 15 December 2021) the Hornsby Mountain Bike Trail will be partially closed due to the resurfacing of the jumps in Hornsby park. Barriers will be in place to close off routes where large trucks will be delivering soil for these works.…

Santa Visits Castle Hill with The Hills SES

Friday, 24 December 2021 From 1:00pm – 4:00pm Santa has called upon The Hills SES to help him make a special visit to Castle Hill on Christmas Eve this year. This Santa Run is one of three separate routes The Hills SES takes within The Hills Shire, and They follow…

Hills Crime report

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Overnight (Wednesday 15 December) crime report for The Hills PAC. Domestic Violence offences x 1 – One person charged Assault Solent Crct, Norwest – Same offender from domestic violence offence above assaulted two victims on the grounds of a Church. Person charged and bail refused by Police Intimidation Old Northern…

Christmas Community Event

Christmas Community Event
Christmas Community Event at Oxlade St Reserve, North Kellyville Sunday 19th December from 1pm to 4pm. your chair, bring your rug and bring your festive cheer and don’t forget the sunscreen! BBQ sausage sandwich and drink, proudly supported by Mirza Baig flair real estate. Chuppa lollypops for the kids and…
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