Sport

Share the news via:

Christmas In The Hills

Christmas in the Hills
By Bev Jordan A spectacular festive Christmas show is promised on a screen near you as Christmas in the Hills goes on with a feast of entertainment and Christmas Carols on Wednesday, December 15th. Last year’s vibrant show reached an estimated 15,000 people online and was viewed at homes, community…

The Loft Can Help

The loft
As demonstrated through numerous studies and research, the onset of most mental health conditions occur in young adulthood. The loft Young adults increasingly experience mental health concerns at higher rates than adults aged 26 and over, however, they have the lowest rates of treatment. The Hills Clinic in Kellyville, a…

Introducing REDUX for your Hearing Instruments

REDUX
Ear Studio is the proud owner of a new and innovative hearing instrument dryer, called Redux. The Redux drying machine prevents malfunctioning and prolongs the life of hearing aids in a few simple steps:- 1. FASTER: Redux is proven to dry hearing instruments in about 15 minutes with the push…

Funding Wins

Funding
The electorate of Hawkesbury has secured $400,000 in funding for a total of 21 projects through the NSW Government’s 2021 Community Building Partnership Program. The Richmond Literary Institute is one of the 21 successful projects and will be receiving $16,000 for the refurbishment of the Archerfield Room at the Richmond…

Toxic Treats to Avoid

Toxic
By Dr Benjamin J Graham While sitting down with friends and family to eat and drink this Christmas, it is important to be aware which foods are dangerous for pets. What is a tasty treat for us, can cause toxicities or diseases in our beloved pets. Pancreatitis (inflammation of the…

Darting about the Countryside

darting
By Ivor Jones I was going to call this item “A MOTORING OUTING” because I often relate to my wife that when I was a child in England my father, at one time during the mid 1950s, decided that we would go on a trip by motoring around the countryside…

Blundell Inspires

Hills champion Jenny Blundell
By Lawrence Machado For Australian and Hills champion Jenny Blundell, focussing on the basics of athletics is as important as preparing for major events. The former Cherrybrook Little Athletics star is back home after competing at the Tokyo Olympics but is already setting her sights on two big championships. Blundell,…

Boost for Women’s Cricket

Barbarians Cricket Club
The Hills Barbarians Cricket Club are pitching more resources, including extra coaching classes, into their expanding female teams. Baa Baas president Steve Wickman, speaking to Hills To Hawkesbury Community News, said they have always encouraged girls teams in their club, with numbers rising in recent years. Wickman said the club…
A Noble Arborist
Baulkham Hills Door
Stay Connected
Instagram

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.

Our history pages by Ivor Jones and our puzzle pages are also much-lived parts of our free publication.

Our magazine is supported by advertising from our local business community.  If you run a business locally, consider advertising with us.  Our rates are very competitive. Talk to us too about opportunities for advertorial content.

Our job is to inform, inspire and connect our community. We are here to help you.

Menu