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Theft of Employee Backpack

Employee Backpack
Employee Backpack stolen from meal room at Rouse Hill Supermarket. Do you know this man? Police would like to speak to the male depicted in the photo who may be able to assist with enquiries. 2nd January 2022 – E 87313978 Anyone with information about these incidents is urged to…

Raised $20,000 for the Cancer Council

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Congratulations Ruth Didsbury (centre) and the amazing team of wrappers at Castle Towers who raised nearly $20,000 for the Cancer Council. Bev Jordan only did 3 shifts but Ruth was there every day and every hour for the entire 198 hours of wrapping and co-ordinated the 80 or so volunteers…

Hynds Road Closed

Hynds Road
As a reminder, Hynds Road in Box Hill is scheduled to be closed from tomorrow the 10th of January. The road is scheduled to be closed in the vicinity of 47 Hynds Road, that is the subdivision under construction on the corner of Hynds Road and Terry Road. The closure…

Kellyville United Football Club – Registration Open

Football Club
Football Club Registrations are open for 2022 Are you ready to join Kellyville United FC in 2022? Register now. FREE registration fees for U5-U7 with active kids voucher if eligible or not already redeemed. Link to register… Active Kids Voucher Link…/apply-active-kids-voucher Gather your mates and register now for…

Kellyville Netball Club – Registration Open

Kellyville Netball Club
Kellyville Netball Club REGISTRATIONS for 2022 are NOW OPEN! Please register using one of the following links: 1. Net Set Go 7-9 years: 2. Junior 10-17 Years: 3. Senior 18+: If you have any questions please email [email protected] Source –

Cool off this Summer in the Hills

Beat the heat with the family at these memorable local joints. Pack a picnic and get ready to enjoy some time outdoors! Livvi’s Place All-Access Playground – Bernie Mullane Reserve, Kellyville Livvi’s Place is a lively spot to get active with the kids, and includes a water play area to…

COVID-19 (Omicron) Continues to Bring Challenges in 2022

While studies are reporting that the Omicron strain is less severe than its predecessors, it is disrupting businesses and organisations worldwide. In particular, many businesses, Council included, are dealing with supply chain interruptions and staff shortages. Mayor will be working with the General Manager of The Hills Shire Council to…

Libraries Update

Due to the impacts of COVID-19, the Hills Shire Library Service will be operating at reduced hours from Monday 10 January until further notice. Castle Hill and Rouse Hill Monday-Friday: 9:30am-6pm Saturday: 9:30am-5pm Sunday: 1pm-5pm Baulkham Hills Monday-Friday 10am-5:20pm Saturday: 10am-1pm Dural Monday-Friday: 10am-1pm and 2pm-5:20pm Saturday: 10am-1pm Dural library…
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