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“EXTRA!!! EXTRA!!! READ ALL ABOUT IT!!!” would be the call of the newspaper vendors after calling out the headline of the day. Those were the days when the newspaper boy would walk down the street dragging a trolley or similar loaded with newspapers. Some would stand outside railway stations to…

St Andrew’s Church, Richmond

Governor Macquarie announced at a dinner in the Government cottage on the Hawkesbury River in December 1810 that he was establishing a number of settlements along the river. He had travelled through the area and with surveyor Meehan marked out a Common on high ground close to Pugh’s Lagoon which…

Member for Castle Hill – Hon Ray Williams MP

THE STRONG FINANCIAL CONDITION OF NSW In 2011 NSW had over $30 billion dollars in net state debt and an estimated infrastructure backlog valued at $60 billion. We were the worst performing state in Australia at the time with the highest unemployment. Since that time our NSW Government has utilized…

Federal Member for Macquarie – Hon Susan Templeman MP

Budget 2017: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly Federal member budgets are probably not everyone’s prime time viewing. But whether you hang on every word the Treasurer utters on Budget night or deliberately switch to MasterChef, the things that are announced do have a way of affecting each of…

BUSHRANGERS OF THE HUNTER VALLEY

The Dharug and Lower Hawkesbury Historical Society are pleased to welcome on Saturday, 29 th July, Greg Powell, the Lake Macquarie author and bushranger devotee. For the past 40 years Greg has been gathering information on the historic encounters of bushrangers and where and when they operated within NSW and…

HAWKESBURY SCHOOLS AND ROADS IN BUDGET BOOST

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The Hawkesbury region has benefited from the NSW Government’s record spend on education and roads as part of the 2017/18 NSW Budget. Member for Hawkesbury Dominic Perrottet said key infrastructure projects to be funded in the Budget continue to deliver on commitments to the people of the region. “This Budget…

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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. See the Program of Events below. The Mayor of Hawkesbury,…

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