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Updated Hills Shire Library Opening Hours

Hills Shire Library
Due to staff shortages, The Hills Shire Library will be operating at reduced hours until further notice. Please check the opening hours of your preferred library branch before visiting: Please check the opening hours of your preferred library branch before visiting

Reserve Progress Update

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Balmoral Road Reserve progress update Work is well underway on the new sporting complex at Balmoral Road Reserve in Kellyville The most recent works completed include: Turf has been laid on the fields Car parking is complete Sub pavement is complete Lighting has been installed Amenities building is also nearing…

Storage Cage Theft

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Unsolved Break & Enter on Storage cage – Bicycle Cheriton Ave, Castle Hill Hills Police are investigating the theft of a bicycle from an underground carpark in Chertion Ave, at 2:30pm on Saturday 22 May 2021, Police would like to speak to the female depicted in the photo below. E…

Crime Report

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Overnight crime report for The Hills PAC Domestic Violence offences x 1 – One person charged Assault Butler Ave, Kellyville – Victim assaulted whilst seated in their vehicle Old Castle Hill Rd, Castle Hill – Victim assaulted in a cinema Trespass Thorogood Blvd, North Kellyville – Several young people found…

Vision Board Workshop

Vision Board
Hills Community Aid is partnering with The Women’s Shed Hills Shire to run a Vision Board Workshop this coming Saturday afternoon. After a crazy 2021, isn’t it time you started dreaming and planning for a year you want? All details, including registration information ($20 inclusive of all resources) can be…

Zumba Family Fun

This is a fun Zumba workshop for all the family where you will be assured of having lots of fun learning new moves while listening to some great music.  Beginners welcome. Work at your own pace. Be sure to wear comfortable clothes, shoes and have a water bottle and towel nearby.…

Register a Positive Antigen Test

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People who have returned a positive RAT result since January 1 now need to register the test through Service NSW. The system went live at 9am this morning – go to link below Fines may apply after the 15th of January for failing to comply. Source –

Car jacking Arrest

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Robbery and Serious Crime Squad detectives have charged a man as part of ongoing investigations into a spate of alleged car jackings, and armed robberies committed at gunpoint in Sydney’s north-west at the weekend. Investigators from the State Crime Command’s Robbery and Serious Crime Squad – assisted by officers from…
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