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Galston VIEW Club AUGUST Meeting

The Galston VIEW Club which raises money to support The Smith Family’s Learning for Life program will hold its monthly luncheon meeting on Wednesday 23rd August, 2017 at Dural Country Club at 11am. The guest speaker will be Club member, Margaret Baltis, who achieved her childhood dream of learning to fly an aeroplane…


Member for Hawkesbury Dominic Perrottet today announced applications are now open for round 2 of the NSW Boating Program which is set to commit $17 million to improve boating facilities across NSW. “We’re thrilled to put out a call for applications for the next round of the $70 million NSW…

Catch-up with a good eBook these school holidays

Mayor Yvonne Keane At Castle Hill Library.
The Hills Shire Library Service is coming to you these school holidays. With thousands of great eBooks and audiobooks ready for download, children and teenagers can access a variety of fun and engaging stories at any time of the day and at any location with the help of their parents,…

Applications open for Hills Building and Design Awards

Mayor Yvonne Keane Pictured With The Overall Winner Of The 2016 Hills Building &Amp;Amp; Design Awards, Millbrook Homes.
Local design innovators, architects and landscapers are encouraged to submit their work for The Hills Shire’s leading showcase of design and architectural excellence, the Hills Building & Design Awards (HBDA). Mayor of The Hills Shire, Councillor Yvonne Keane today called on the design, architectural and landscape sector to enter the…

Department seeks community input on improving environmental impact assessments

The community has a chance to improve the way state significant projects are assessed during workshops to gather feedback on new draft Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) guidelines. The draft guidelines are on exhibition until Friday,1 September 2017, and representatives from the Department of Planning and Environment will be holding community information…

The Forgotten Flotilla – Part 1

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Dr michael james bendon Dr Michael James Bendon holds post-graduate qualifications in Archaeology, History, Education, Linguistics, Maritime Archaeology and Cultural Heritage Management. He has worked for a great number of years as an archaeologist on numerous sites around the Mediterranean and Europe including Israel, Portugal, Germany and Greece with extended…

Getting the most from Ancestry online

Ancestry Class
Are you interested in searching for your ancestors online? Learn how to get the most from Ancestry at a free session provided by Hawkesbury Library Service. In recent years, it has become much easier to research family history due to the increasing amount of material now available online. Ancestry is…

New exhibition tackles negative perceptions and celebrates old age

Opening on Friday, 7 July at Hawkesbury Regional Gallery in Windsor is an exhibition exploring ideas, experiences and creative responses to notions of ageing in our society and communities. It comprises two parts: an in-house exhibition, Time Leaves its Mark, featuring the work Jo Ernsten, Pablo Grover, Leahlani Johnson, Nicole…

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