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Whoever thought the number 16 could be so important? Northmead local celebrates a second chance at life at the Australian Transplant Games

Northmead resident Christopher Yeates is gearing up to celebrate the greatest gift of all by participating in next month’s Australian Transplant Games. Christopher, 30, received a live-saving bone marrow transplant in 2000 at the St Vincent Hospital and now he is ready to compete in Australia’s most inspirational sporting event. Transplant Australia…

Learn Outside the Square @ Your Library

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Hawkesbury Library Service is celebrating Adult Learners Week with some great workshops. From social networking to 3D printers, Adult Learners’ Week is the perfect time to come down to Hawkesbury Central Library, and begin or resume your lifelong learning journey with these workshops. INTRODUCTION TO IPADS Tuesday, 6 September 10:30-11:30am BYO iPad…

Garage Sale Trail 2016 Registrations Now Open!

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Hawkesbury households, community groups, schools, charities and local businesses – join hundreds of thousands of Australians across the country on Saturday, 22 October and take part in the Garage Sale Trail. Imagination is your only limit on how you can host a garage sale. For the fourth year in a row, Hawkesbury…

“Wrong densities, wrong location” says Hills Shire Mayor

Mayor of the Hills Shire, Dr Michelle Byrne, has described two planning proposals rejected by Council as ‘the wrong densities in the wrong location’. The original and amended proposals for apartment towers in Barrawarn Place, as well as a proposal for a complex in Garthowen Crescent – both within 800m…

Two weeks left to enter the 2016 Hawkesbury Garden Competition!

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Hurry! There is only two weeks left to submit your entry form for the 2016 Hawkesbury Garden Competition, which can be easily entered online or using the entry forms from Council. Entries close on Friday, 26 August 2016. The annual Garden Competition is well known and Council encourages all the keen gardeners…

Nominations now open for the Natalie Burton Memorial Award

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? Hawkesbury City Council is calling for nominations for the annual Natalie Burton Memorial Award on behalf of the Burton, Turner and Lawrance families. Residents…

Nominate now for the Hawkesbury Australia Day Awards

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Nominations are now open for the 2017 Hawkesbury Australia Day Awards. Do you know a worthy individual you can nominate? Council launched a range of new award categories in 2016 to better acknowledge the outstanding citizens of the Hawkesbury, which proved to be a huge success. Council is excited to have the…

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