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Big support for small business

Sydney Hills Small Business Exchange Big Support For Small Business
The Sydney Hills Small Business Exchange is back by popular demand providing help, support and advice to small businesses in the Hills on 10 March 2016. Returning for a second year, the Exchange will bring new ideas for connecting small businesses with key agencies and suppliers with the purpose of…

Mayor Calls For Solutions On Congested Norwest Boulevarde

The economic growth of Norwest Business Park is being hindered by crippling congestion and Hills Shire Mayor Dr Michelle Byrne has urged NSW Roads Minister Duncan Gay to urgently fast-track any investigation or potential solution for the state road. Various pinch points on Norwest Boulevarde are becoming increasingly congested during…

So you think you can’t dance?

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New Seniors Festival on the Hawkesbury horizon Hawkesbury seniors will be thankful to hear that Council’s Library Service has won a 2016 NSW Seniors Festival grant from the Department of Family and Community Services. Hawkesbury Library Service will put the grant towards a special Seniors Week 2016 program, ‘So you…

Enhance your family history

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Whether you are new to family history or have been researching for some time – you might be interested in attending one of the following sessions being held by Hawkesbury Library Service. The Library subscribes to a number of useful family history databases including Ancestry,” Hawkesbury Mayor, Councillor Kim Ford…

Cyber security warning for North Western Sydney small businesses

Local businesses in North Western Sydney are being urged to take some simple steps to safeguard their data from the growing threat of hackers. While high profile cyberattacks on organisations such as Sony, the CIA and NASA have recently made news, studies from McAfee[1] and Verizon[2] show that small businesses…

Happy Lunar New Year

Thousands flocked to North Rocks Park, Carlingford to celebrate the Lunar New Year on Saturday 13 February. The festival welcomed in the Year of the Monkey and celebrated cultural diversity in the Sydney Hills. Mayor of the Hills Shire Dr Michelle Byrne said the festival is one of the events…

HCC Celebrates 25 Wonderful Years

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Hills Community Care celebrated 25 years of operation this week with a civic reception at the Council Chambers. Hills Shire Mayor Dr Michelle Byrne praised the service which began in 1991. HCC is co-ordinated by The Hills Shire Council and run by staff and many volunteers and funded by Federal…

Stellar Summer Series

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The Sydney Hills has delivered its most successful Summer Series yet, holding a record number of events and welcoming a record number of attendees over the summer months. New to Summer Series in 2015/16 was the Sydney Hills Water Wonderland-the world’s largest inflatable water park and the Sydney Hills Outdoor…

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