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Save the date – Orange Blossom Festival

The Hills Shire will be treated to a month-long celebration of food, markets, exhibitions, live music and acts when Orange Blossom Festival (OBF) returns in August. The community favourite, now in its 47th year, boasts a line-up of events and activities bigger than ever before, keeping locals and visitors entertained…

Digital Magazines Made Easy

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If you want access to free, full-colour digital magazines with no strings attached, then come along to an introductory workshop held at Hawkesbury Central Library on Tuesday, 15 August, 10.30am – 12pm to learn all about the Library’s free downloadable eMagazine collection. If you would like to learn more about…

The Hills – a family-friendly region

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The Hills Shire is one of the fastest growing regions in the state, with more families moving to the area to enjoy a mix of urban and rural living, access to employment, retail, recreational opportunities and the soon-to-be built Sydney Metro Northwest. Comprising of approximately 25 suburbs across Sydney’s metropolitan…

Brodrick Boulevard Bridge “officially” open

Mayor Yvonne Keane With She Runs The Hills Members On The New Brodrick Boulevard Bridge.
Mayor of The Hills Shire, Councillor Yvonne Keane has officially declared Brodrick Boulevard Bridge “open” to the public. Mayor Keane and members from She Runs The Hills (SRTH) tested the new $2.8 million bridge with a short fun run followed by a morning tea. Mayor Keane said Brodrick Boulevard Bridge will…

Be inspired by nature this National Tree Day

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Hawkesbury City Council in conjunction with Planet Ark, are inviting residents to be inspired by nature and make a positive difference by attending a National Tree Day event in their neighbourhood. The annual FREE plant giveaway will be held at Hawkesbury Community Nursery, 10 Mulgrave Road, Mulgrave, on Saturday, 29…

Council receives special commendation

Hawkesbury City Council has received a Special Commendation from the NSW Rural Fire Service (RFS) Supportive Employer Program. The NSW RFS Supportive Employer Program recognises the vital contribution employers make to the NSW RFS, especially by releasing volunteers to attend incidents and other NSW RFS activities during work hours. The…

Heritage funding available – July information session

Do you own or manage a local heritage residential property within the Windsor and Richmond historic townships? If so, you now have the chance to attend an evening information session on Wednesday, 26 July 2017 and to apply for heritage funding of up to $2000 from the Local Heritage Assistance…

Together, we are planning for the future

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Mayor of The Hills Shire, Councillor Yvonne Keane is encouraging residents to join her at Castle Hill’s Heritage Park to have their say on the future of The Hills as part of Council’s pop-up consultation playdates series. Mayor Keane will join children’s entertainer Sam Moran from the popular TV program, Play…

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