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Art Exhibitions in Mountain

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Susan Templeman MP Art Exhibitions are again thriving across the Mountains. The annual Bent Art Inc. exhibition at Rex-Livingston Art + Objects in Katoomba, which celebrates visual arts works of Australian LGBTQI+ artists, is on this long weekend And I visited the launch of Caren Berzins, Martin Lukersmith and Ali…

Cattai Creek Bridge Showground Road

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Cattai Creek Bridge is a tributary of the Hawkesbury River flowing through the lush mainly blue gum and ironbark forests which were used by the Dharug Aboriginals for all of their necessities. In 1791 Governor Phillip led an expedition from Parramatta to the Hawkesbury following the Dharug route along the…

Barry Road Reserve Upgrade Completed

Barry Road Reserve
By Dr Peter Gangemi - Mayor of The Hills Shire Council I am happy to announce that works at Barry Road Reserve are now complete with landscaping, a stormwater basin and a kick-about space added to the existing children play area. The new kick-about space will provide a great place…

Wood Fired Heaters and Woodsmoke

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Hawkesbury residents are being asked to help improve winter air quality by checking they are using wood heaters correctly. As winter sets in, the incorrect use of wood fire heaters can seriously affect our air quality. Woodsmoke can cause breathing difficulties, especially for people suffering existing respiratory conditions. We can…

Draft DCP Amendments – Bella Vista and Kellyville Station Precincts

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Public Exhibition of Draft DCP Amendments to The Hills Development Control Plan 2012 – Bella Vista and Kellyville Station Precincts. At its Meeting on 24 May 2022, Council resolved to publicly exhibit Draft amendments to Part D Section XX – Bella Vista and Kellyville Station Precincts and Part D Section…

Origins of Yattenden Oval

Yattenden Oval
Yattenden Oval was developed by Baulkham Hills Shire Council as a Rugby Union and Cricket field in John Street at Baulkham Hills in late 1960s on the site of an old racecourse. Council named the field after “Yattendon”, a prize-winning racehorse of 1860s, trained by Baulkham Hill’s sportsman Samuel Jenner.…

Flood Recovery for Business

Flood Recovery For Business
By Susan Templeman MP Due to flood recovery for businesses Refresh, Rebound & Reimagine is an interactive workshop featuring four inspiring speakers with tips and tricks to help local small businesses get back on track and plan for the future post-floods. Organised by Western Sydney Business Centre in partnership with…

400 Hills Shire Residents Now Officially Australian

400 Hills Shire Residents
By Dr Peter Gangemi - Mayor of The Hills Shire Council Congratulations to the almost 400 Hills Shire residents who became Australian citizens yesterday. It was great to meet and hear the stories from each of our newest citizens, who came from dozens of countries across the world including India,…

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