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Get in the HSC zone in your library

Need some tips, tricks and strategies to improve your HSC mark? Hawkesbury Library Service has three great workshops to help you. On Monday, 3 July 4pm to 6pm, experienced teacher Kelly Bell, will provide feedback and mentoring to students studying Community and Family Studies, in preparation for their exams. $5…

Free talk – The Hawkesbury River: a social and natural history

Have you ever wondered about the intriguing history of the Hawkesbury River, the longest coastal river in NSW? From its significant place in Aboriginal culture, to its pivotal role in European settlement, the relationship of the Hawkesbury River to its unique environment is fascinating. Paul Boon, a Professor at the…

Waste 2 art competition – last chance to register

Don’t forget to register to enter the 2017 ‘Waste 2 Art’ Competition, which closes on Wednesday, 28 June 2017 at 11:59pm. Artworks do not need to be submitted until Tuesday, 25 July 2017. Hawkesbury City Council’s Waste 2 Art Competition focuses on the REUSE part of the 3Rs of the…


This series of Living Legends is about Vida McLellan, a missionary nurse who served in Ethiopia from 1955 – 1974. Vida grew up on a farm in the out-back of New South Wales. In 1955, after nurses’ training and Bible College, she travelled to Ethiopia to serve in very remote…

Community News-part 8

Commemorating the Great Flood of 1867 Hawkesbury City Council and the local community will mark the anniversary of the June 1867 Great Flood with various events and activities around Thompson Square, Hawkesbury Regional Museum and Howe House from Friday, 23 June through to Sunday, 25 June. Although there have been…

2,000 jobs created

Working where you live is always an attractive thought and this will become reality for hundreds with the opening of the new North Kellyville Square shopping centre, on Tuesday 11 July 2017. RG Property has developed the 6,500 square metre convenience centre at the corner of Hezlett and Withers Road,…

Aussie field day blitz

The Australian team are psyched up and ready to go to support dealers in this season’s Field Day program. The company has been developing new products over the last two years, many of them originating from ideas presented by farmers at the 2015 or 2016 Field Day seasons. “Field Days…

How big is your debt?

World Debt The USA is in debt for 19.9 Trillion Dollars, China for 33 Trillion Dollars and Australia has 1Trillion Dollars of Foreign Debt. It is all because we spend more than we earn on a national level and on a personal level. If China falls over Australia is in…

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