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A very funny comedy you can actually bring your Nan along to enjoy

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Set in New York, Bridget takes the opportunity to spend some time with her favourite Grandmother before heading off to University. The visit introduces her to Tom, the local cop on the beat, and Nana’s dear, and very interesting, friend Vera. As Bridget discovers and freely admits… being Nana’s roommate for the Summer is…

Nominations for Natalie Burton Memorial Award closing soon

Do you know a high school student who has shown great strength by overcoming adversity? Why not nominate them for the 2016 Natalie Burton Memorial Award? Nominations for the annual Natalie Burton Memorial Award will close on Friday, 23 September. Residents are encouraged to nominate any Hawkesbury high school student, whom they…

The Hills is teeming with sporting talent’ says Mayor Keane

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Mayor of The Hills Shire, Councillor Yvonne Keane, has accepted an Appreciation Award from the Western Sydney Academy of Sport at their 12th Annual Athletes Awards night, recognising Council’s ongoing support of young sports people. Mayor Keane thanked the Academy for their commitment to developing young athletes and acknowledged that…

Wentworth Community Housing to open affordable housing apartments in The Hills Shire

Wentworth Community Housing will host the opening of its affordable housing apartments in Rouse Hill on Thursday, 8 September – one of the first affordable housing projects in The Hills Shire that will ease rental pressure on eligible local residents including retail, finance and disability service workers. The event will…

Orange Blossom Festival associated events will delight locals

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The Orange Blossom Festival is fast approaching, promising Hills residents a weekend full of family fun, showcasing the incredible services and talent on offer in The Hills. As well as the Main event on September 17 & 18, The Orange Blossom Festival is proud to support some great associated events…

Local Council election – Hawkesbury

The Hawkesbury City Council election, which is being conducted by the NSW Electoral Commission, will be held on Saturday, 10 September 2016. Voting is compulsory. On Election Day, you must vote at a polling place in your council area. There is no absentee voting at local council elections. To find local polling…

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