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Yabba Dabba Cycle Do! Ride safely into Bike Week with this free event

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Jump on your bike and celebrate NSW Bike Week in the Hawkesbury (17-25 September). A free cyclingevent with lots of activities will be held at Ham Common, near the Visitor Information Centre at Clarendon, on Sunday, 18 September 2016. NSW Bike Week is an annual celebration of cycling, and encourages everyone…

Puppets on parade at Orange Blossom Festival

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The Hills Shire Council’s Community Grants program recognises the valuable services community organisations provide to the local community. One of 2016’s successful grant recipients was local street theatre company, Circus Solarus. Circus Solarus is committed to transforming the everyday public space through street theatre, large visual imagery and community projects.…

Controlling noxious weeds in the Hawkesbury

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Council is working with Hawkesbury River County Council (HRCC) to better coordinate weed management strategies in our region. As part of this, Council and HRCC staff – plus our many valued Bushcare volunteers – are becoming the first line of defence against many noxious weeds in our area, for example Blackberry, Green…

Shining a light for Muscular Dystrophy on Hawkesbury’s iconic buildings

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Wednesday, 7 September 2016 is annual World Duchenne Awareness Day (WDAD). The Muscular Dystrophy Association organises the international day of awareness for the most common and life-limiting form of Muscular Dystrophy, Duchenne. Red is the recognised colour of WDAD, and this year’s theme is early diagnosis. On the evening of 7 September, iconic…

MAYORAL ELECTION RESULTS

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Councillor Yvonne Keane has been elected to the role of Mayor of The Hills Shire at an extraordinary meeting of Council on Thursday 25 August 2016, with Councillor Robyn Preston elected as Deputy Mayor. Mayor Keane thanked outgoing Mayor, Dr Michelle Byrne for her leadership and said she was grateful…

An evening with Sallyanne Pisk – author talk

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Nutritionist and accredited practicing dietitian, Sallyanne Pisk, will discuss her latest book Eating For You at Hawkesbury Central Library on Tuesday, 13 September, 6:30-7:30pm. The talk will look at eating and living mindfully for improved health and wellbeing and will focus on lifestyle choices and how this can impact on a person’s…

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Exquisite and rare bromeliads from local, interstate growers and Collectors will be on display and for sale to the public during the Bromeliad Society of Australia’s Spring Show in September. This will include a grower from Queensland with beautiful flowering Bromeliads and a Victorian Tillandsia (air plant) expert. The Spring Show will be…

Spruce up complete for Baulkham Hills Town Centre

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Mayor of The Hills Shire, Dr Michelle Byrne, has announced that upgrades to the public domain in Baulkham Hills Town Centre have been completed. Features of the upgrade included new pavers, improved seating, fresh landscaping, upgraded signage and a new taxi rank shelter. An ‘orange slice’ theme has been used…

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