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Castle Hill High Asbestos

By Bev Jordan Allegations that positive reports of asbestos found at Castle Hill High School in 2016 were falsely reported to staff and the school community as negative are being investigated by the Department of Education and SafeWork NSW. Remediation work was carried out four years later in 2020 despite…

Council Buys Castle Mall

Castle Mall
By Bev Jordan Hills Shire Council has purchased Castle Mall Shopping Centre at Castle Hill for $105 million. Settlement occurred on May 26th. Managing Director of QIC Real Estate, Michael O’Brien said the property was highly sought after and resulted in a very competitive bidding response from about a dozen…

Winterfest Lands at Hawkesbury

Enter into a different world when Winterfest descends on Hawkesbury Showground on 2nd and 3rd of July. Vikings, knights, orcs, unicorns and mermaids will be doing what they do best at the twoday show which has something to delight all members of the family. The action (and that includes jousting…

Eucalyptus Farm and the Castle Hill Discovery Centre

Discovery Centre
On the weekend of 10 March 2007 the Powerhouse Discovery Centre had Mr Bob Debus MP officially open the doors to the public on the corner of Windsor and Showground Roads Castle Hill. It was built to hold and store a huge collection of items that could not fit in…

Hawkesbury Community Nursery

Hawkesbury Community Nursery
Come along to the Hawkesbury Community Nursery this Saturday, 4 June and get some FREE plants in celebration of World Environment Day! Buy 5 plants get 5 plants FREE for the 1st 50 customers this Saturday only! (forestry tube size) The Nursery is open on Wednesdays from 9am to 1pm…

Hawkesbury Youth Forum

Youth Forum
Council is putting on a Youth Forum for young people aged 12 to 24 to help inform the development of our Environmental Sustainability Strategy. Who: Hawkesbury Youth aged 12 to 24. When: Tuesday 7 June from 4pm to 6pm. Where: Windsor Library, Deerubbin Centre, 300 George Street Windsor. Facilitator: Hawkesbury…

Balmoral Road Reserve – Update

Balmoral Road Reserve
Balmoral Road Reserve is well on it’s way to completion with the following now complete – – Amenities buildings; – Children’s playground; – Carpark with 245 cars spaces; – Sports fencing; – Lighting of the sports courts and playing fields – Roundabout at Balmoral Road/ Pellizzer Boulevard; and the –…

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