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Hundreds of BMX riders from across the country descended on Fred Caterson Reserve over the weekend for the 2016 Castle Hill BMX Open. Hills Shire Mayor Dr Michelle Byrne said she was delighted to attend the event. Council recently spent more than $300,000 building an amenities block at the BMX…

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A new Council encompassing what is now Hawkesbury City Council and much of The Hills Shire Council will be a strong regional authority, more capable of delivering the infrastructure and services needed in rural areas especially over the long term, said Hills Shire Mayor Dr Michelle Byrne. Although the NSW…

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The Hills is widely known for neat neighbourhoods with pleasant parks and open spaces. However, a recent influx of advertising cropping up on street corners, footpaths, road signs, parks and reserves has left Council’s General Manager Dave Walker with no choice but to call for the removal of banners from…

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The Hills Building and Design Awards are introducing exciting new changes in 2016 with two new award categories for Residential Bathrooms and People’s Choice Award. The introduction of the new categories reflects changes in industry trends and the growth of the awards since their inception in 1993. The inclusion of…

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