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Baby Health Centres

Baby Health Centre
On 12 October 1943 Council recognized the need for Baby Health Centres. While prevalent in the higher density living areas near the city, the outlying suburbs were neglected in this regard. The Benevolent Society had contributed their knowledge gained from the Renwick Infants hospital at Summer Hill established in 1921.…

Upper Colo Bridge Major Update

Upper Colo Bridge
Exciting news! Work has begun at Upper Colo to rebuild the Upper Colo Bridge which was washed away during the 2021 floods. The contractor has arrived on site and the delivery of machinery, fencing and site offices has started. We are also salvaging the bridge timbers, and we want you…

Exhibition of State Government’s Employment Zone Reforms

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The Department of Planning and Environment (State Government) is rolling-out a new employment zone framework, which is intended to simplify the current system, provide increased flexibility for businesses and landowners, boost economic growth and support productivity. On 1 December 2022, the Business and Industrial zones under Council’s Local Environmental Plan…

Be Part of the NSW Flood Inquiry

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The NSW Government has established an independent flood inquiry to examine and report on the causes of, preparedness for, response to and recovery from the 2022 catastrophic flood event. The NSW Flood Inquiry will host a virtual community meeting for the Hawkesbury-Nepean on Thursday, 16 June 2022 as part of…

Castle Hill Ambulance Service

Castle Hill Ambulance Service
In 1887, the Army Medical Corps gave a public demonstration of first-aid. The result was a proposal to form the first Sydney based civilian ambulance brigade. Castle Hill Ambulance Service In November of 1941 The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate listed the unsuccessful attempt by the Castle Hill Progress Association…

Free Flu Vaccinations

Free Flu Vaccination
By Ray Williams MP The NSW Government has announced that free flu Vaccination shots will be available to all NSW residents in the month of June. Whilst the Commonwealth Government provides vaccines annually for vulnerable populations, and funds GPs to administer them, the NSW Government is funding GPs and community…

New playground at Bella Vista Farm

New Playground At Bella Vista Farm
By Dr Peter Gangemi - Mayor of The Hills Shire Council I’m pleased to announce that Council has released the designs for a new playground at Bella Vista Farm. Work on the playground is scheduled to begin in August and be completed by October 2022 (weather permitting). The new play…

Sydney Male Choir with Warringah Brass

Sydney Male Choir
The Sydney Male Choir are coming to the Pioneer Theatre this June for one show only! Come down to the Pioneer Theatre located in the heart of Castle Hill and enjoy the dulcet tones of the Sydney Male Choir accompanied by award-winning “Warringah Brass” and young soprano, Hannah Greenshields! For…

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