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Rapid Antigen Testing

Rapid Antigen
MP David Elliott has called the decision to give MPs and their staff FREE Rapid Antigen Tests “stupid” and will be passing his on to a local women’s shelter. His statement is below: Rapid Antigen Testing I note that Members of State Parliament will be receiving free Rapid Antigen Tests,…

Hills Knights – Register for 2022

Hills Knights Registration is now open with fees remaining mostly unchanged from 2021 and our early bird registration offer ending 31st January. 2022 registration information is on their website. with fees remaining mostly unchanged from 2021 and our early bird registration offer ending 31st January. with fees remaining mostly…

Baulkham Hills Netball – Pre-Trial Training Sessions

Baulkham Hills Netball
Are you registered with Baulkham Hills Netball in 2022? Are you trialling for the 17s or 19s state teams? If you answered yes to these questions, come and register for our pre-trial training sessions conducted by elite coaches at Blacktown Leisure Centre Stanhope on 13, 18 & 20 January. Click…

New Civic Leaders

Civic Leaders
New civic leaders were elected by local councillors tonight(11th January 2022). At Hawkesbury City Council Clr Patrick Conolly was elected Hawkesbury Mayor and Clr Barry Calvert was elected Deputy Mayor for a two year term. At Hills Shire Council councillors elected newly elected councillor Mark Hodges as Deputy Mayor until…

Cannabis Plants Seizure

cannabis plants
A Search Warrant conducted by The Hills Police at North Kellyville this morning has resulted in the seizure of 72 cannabis plants. 2 people have been arrested and are assisting Police with enquiries.             Anyone with information about these incidents is urged to contact Crime…

Watch out for Snakes

Summer is well underway and the warm weather means some of our scaly friends are out and about. Please keep an eye out for snakes on our bush tracks and in our parks. If you see a snake, please keep your distance, do not try to touch it or try…

Rouse Hill Rams – Registration Open!

Rouse Hills
Registrations for the 2022 season are now OPEN Rouse Hills Rams are excited to announce that registrations for the 2022 season are now open. Click on the link below to take you directly to the online registration portal We recommend that all returning and new players register early as…

Malicious Damage at Rouse Hill

Malicious Damage
Still unsolved from 2021 – Malicious Damage – Fast Food Restaurant – Rouse Hill Hills Police are investigating a report of malicious damage at a fast food restaurant at Windsor Road Rouse Hill at 2.20am on Saturday the 27th of March 2021. It is alleged that two males intentionally knocked…
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