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Gooden Drive Reserve
Council has recently completed resurfacing and upgrade works at Gooden Drive Reserve in Baulkham Hills. As part of the improvement project, the upper and lower courts were resurfaced, as well as the installation of four reversible basketball/netball posts. These posts are designed so as to easily switch use, providing facilities…

Call for Interest in Independent Expert Review Panel

Independent Expert
Council is seeking Independent experts in the fields of landslides, soil and rock mechanics, slope stability, stabilisation and residential development who may be interested in joining Council’s Independent Expert Geotechnical Review Panel. The Panel consists of experts in the field, from which 1-3 are selected as required to peer review…

Man, With Toddlers in Vehicle, Charged With High Range PCA in Glenorie

High Range Pca In Glenorie
A man who had two toddlers in his vehicle has been charged with high range PCA in Glenorie last night. About 7.40pm (Monday 16 May 2022), emergency services were called to Post Office Road, Glenorie, following reports a BMW M5 had crashed into four parked vehicles. The driver – a…

Hills Relay for Life Event

Hills Relay For Life
Hills Relay for Life Event, Only 5 days to go! Are you ready? Hills Relay for Life currently has 501 participants in 67 teams registered, with over $69,198.15 raised! If you would like to join on May 21st 2022 at Castle Hill Showground…… REGISTER HERE: https://www.cancercouncil.org.au/hillsrelay Source: https://www.facebook.com/hillsrelayforlife has 501…

Settlers Road Update

Settlers Road
Settlers Road at Thomas James Bridge will be CLOSED to traffic between 7am and 5pm, Monday to Wednesday, 23-25 May to allow for important geotechnical investigations to take place. The investigations are a crucial part of the planning for permanent reconstruction works to repair flood damage to the road. Please…

Brawl at Bella Vista Metro Carpark

Brawl At Bella Vista
Man run over during brawl at Bella Vista Metro Carpark. Hills Police are investigating a brawl at Bella Vista involving at least 10 males at the Bella Vista Metro Carpark about 10pm last night 15/5/22. It has been reported that a group of ten males of Indian appearance were arguing…

Mayor Patrick Conolly Injured in Break-In

Mayor Patrick Conolly
Hawkesbury Mayor Patrick Conolly was injured in a home invasion at his Bligh Park home in the early hours this morning (Monday, 16th May). His wife and four children were not injured but were shaken by the incident. Officers from Hawkesbury Police Area Command were called to the Mayor’s home…

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Disaster Risk
A $30 million fund is now open to local and regional NSW organisations to help communities reduce, mitigate and manage the risks of future natural disasters. Local groups, not-for-profits, Councils and joint organisations of councils can apply for the Local and Regional stream of the Disaster Risk Reduction Fund, which…

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