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Hills Students Speak 4 The Planet

Speaking 4 The Planet Hills Students Speak 4 The Planet
Students from across The Hills celebrated World Environment Day by taking part in Speaking 4 the Planet at The Hills Shire Council Chambers in June. The theme for this year’s event Green Cities: Plan For The Planet saw participants presenting their ideas in a variety of creative ways. 30 Students…

New Australians Make It Official

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108 Hills residents are now officially Australian after becoming citizens at a Council ceremony on Monday evening. Hills Shire Mayor Dr Michelle Byrne was joined by Castle Hill MP Ray Williams and fellow Hills Shire Councillors to welcome the citizens as Australians. Mayor Byrne said the ceremonies were always inspiring.…

Introduction to using iPads

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Hawkesbury Library Service will hold a free beginners class on the use of iPads on Tuesday, 12 July 11am to midday at Hawkesbury Central Library, 300 George Street, Windsor. iPads are another way of accessing the internet and playing games as well as communicating with friends and family. Although very small and…

New eResources for kids

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Young library members can access some great online resources thanks to Hawkesbury Library Service, which now has wonderful online additions for children to encourage learning and the love of reading. Designed for 3-6 year olds, Busy Things aims to make learning fun for kids with animated characters and colourful settings to encourage…

Winter fun for kids @ your library

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Hawkesbury Library Service has a great range of activities planned for these July school holidays. They are designed for kids who enjoy creating and learning new things. Come along and join in the fun at your local library! Stay warm indoors with these crafternoon events: SCRAPBOOK PHOTO BOX: Tuesday, 5…

New Nets For Crickets In Kellyville and Rouse Hill

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Hills cricketers now have another space to fend off fast balls with the installation of new nets at Bernie Mullane Reserve, Kellyville and Russell Reserve, Rouse Hill. Hills Shire Mayor Dr Michelle Byrne visited the nets earlier this week and said the investment was gladly welcomed by the cricketing community.…

Recycling Right at the 2016 Hawkesbury Show

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In conjunction with the Hawkesbury District Agriculture Association and EnviroCom Australia, Hawkesbury City Council conducted a public place recycling program, the first of its kind, at this year’s Hawkesbury Show in April. In an effort to make this year’s event a more sustainable one, a number of measures were put in place…

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On the news front, our publication employs qualified journalists, Bev Jordan and Lawrence Machado who  are well known for their excellent reporting skills and knowledge of the area.

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