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Hawkesbury’s Heritage

Hawkesbury Heritage
The Hawkesbury Heritage region has an abundance of attractions to delight visitors young and old. The Hawkesbury Regional Museum is home to a diverse range of historical artifacts for you to explore – the collection will spark interest and conversation across all generations as everyone in the family can enjoy…

Pet Charity’s Mission

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Australia’s first Parvovirus detection system is signing up vet clinics to report Parvo cases. National pet charity Paws for A Purpose has developed an innovative online alerting system to help eliminate the deadly Parvovirus and protect over 20,000 puppies and kittens that are infected every year. Co-founder of the charity,…

Entertaining Angels

Entertaining Angels
BRITISH COMEDY AT ITS BEST AT THE PAVILION THEATRE FROM 21 JANUARY – 12 FEBRUARY After a COVID-enforced ‘rest’, Castle Hill Players begin their exciting 2022 season with their latest laugh-fest: Entertaining Angels by UK playwright, Richard Everett (Four Play, Demons). The British are renowned for their ability to laugh…

Nepean Fa Turns 60

By Lawrence Machado The Nepean Football Association, which administers the game for the Hawkesbury, Penrith, St. Marys, and Blue Mountains districts, recently celebrated their diamond jubilee, with plans to enhance their presence and reach in the future. The association oversees a passionate and busy membership with more than 1110 teams…

Young Stars Reset Goals

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By Lawrence Machado For rising Hills Young Stars, Isabella Fisher, Xavier Hennessey, Sarah-Anne Koot and Olivia Moresi, training at the Little Athletics Australia Team Camp under national coaches, should have been their most exciting time. Unfortunately, the under-15 camp to have been hosted by Gold Coast this month, was cancelled…

Eventful Events

Eventful event
By Ivor Jones To many, the last two years may seem to have been eventful, but have they really? A number of what was once regular or annual Eventful events failed to go ahead or were curtailed due to COVID. Spring, Summer and early Autumn one would normally come across…

‘The Silver Tunnel’

Silver Tunnel
PRESENTED BY THE REV BILL CREWS FOUNDATION FAMOUS CHARITY TOURS CHEEKY HIT PLAY THROUGH NSW – FREE! A hell of a play in a holy place Silver Tunnel The surprise theatre hit of 2020 is set to tour 12 NSW suburban and regional centres in early 2022 with free performances,…

Energy Strategy Scrapped

Energy Strategy
By BEV JORDAN At its first meeting for 2022 Hills Shire Council’s newly formed council has dumped the energy strategy proposal approved at the last Hills Shire Council meeting of 2021 before the election on December 4th. The motion to: “not to proceed with the development of a specific energy…
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