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Lend a hand and help clean up Australia

Clean Up Australia Day will be held on Sunday, 6 March and the Mayor of Hawkesbury City Council, Councillor Kim Ford is encouraging Hawkesbury residents to join a team or register a site for Clean Up Australia Day. “Come on Hawkesbury, let’s get out there and make this year’s Clean Up Australia…

Quest To Find Australia’s Super Kids, And Super Schools, Begins

The Good Guys launches national campaign to find Australia’s super kids and super schools Every day, children around Australia are showing super hero qualities such as courage, bravery, perseverance, determination, compassion and kindness in their daily life. In this spirit, The Good Guys has launched a national awards program to…

Last chance to speak on Council merger

Public demand for an after work hours Public Inquiry Meeting on the proposed Hawkesbury-Hills merger is so strong that a second meeting will now be held on Monday evening 22 February commencing at 7pm. It will be held at the Hawkesbury Racecourse, Clarendon by the Delegate appointed to provide a report…

Year of the Monkey welcomes biggest Lunar celebration yet

Lunar celebrations for the Year of the Monkey at North Rocks Park promise to be bigger than ever before, with an array of colourful cultural activities and displays on offer for Hills locals and visitors. One of the most popular events on the Hills Shire calendar, the Sydney Hills Lunar…

Join the new Tourism Working Group

Council is establishing a new Tourism Working Group to help support the tourism sector in The Hawkesbury. The Tourism Working Group is an action of the Hawkesbury Tourism Strategy which was adopted in 2015. The Strategy was developed with input from tourism business operators and community members who clearly identified that…

Library to hold Evening Book Club

Book clubs are a great way to meet up with old friends, make new ones and of course, discuss books. The Hawkesbury Library Service will be launching a new evening book club, Book Chat, on Tuesday 15 March, from 6.30pm to 8pm. The new book club will meet on the third Tuesday…

Mental – Free Australian movie

In association with the National Film and Sound Archive, Hawkesbury Library Service will be screening Mental on Thursday 25 February, at 10am and again at 6pm. The 2012 Australian romantic comedy was directed by PJ Hogan, who also directed Muriel’s Wedding and is set in the fictional town of Dolphin Heads. It…

Seven local community groups in Hawkesbury Benefit from Southern Phone grant

Seven non-profit organisations and community groups have been selected to share in a $25,000 grant provided by telecommunications provider, Southern Phone. The Mayor of Hawkesbury, Councillor Kim Ford and Southern Phone Managing Director, Mark Warren formally announced the funding recipients on Thursday, 4 February 2016 at the Hawkesbury City Council Chambers,…
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