Community Diary

The new $23 million Granville Centre will finally be opening its doors 1 September 2020 with vital spaces for learning, digital innovation and recreation.

The Hills Winter Sleep Out is going online Saturday, 15 August to help raise funds for those in the community doing it tough.

There are many COVID-19 Testing Clinics across The Hills, Parramatta and Cumberland. If you are in need of emergency treatment visit Westmead, Blacktown Hospitals or Call Triple Zero. Respiratory Clinics are located in Blacktown, Castle Hill and Fairfield. Three Drive In testing clinics are located in Carlingford, Merrylands and Western Sydney University Rydalmere. Who should […]

From 12:01 am this Friday 7 August, New South Wales residents returning from Victoria can only return through Sydney Airport, and must go into mandatory hotel quarantine at their own expense.

From the comfort of your own home, join AFTRS this Saturday (8 August) for their first-ever Virtual Open Day. Talks will be held from course leaders, advisors, lecturers and students about AFTRS’ most popular courses. Be sure to join the student experience sessions to explore what student life is like, both on campus and through […]

Parramatta’s new flagship community, cultural and civic building is beginning to take flight as construction begins on the $130 million “once-in-a-generation infrastructure project”.

Cumberland City Council is addressing its financial future citing pandemic concerns and issues with the NSW governments amalgamation process.

NSW Health needs your help to reach young people in NSW at this critical time.  Young people aged 18–35 years have the highest rate of COVID-19 infection. They’re busy, social people who may not be engaged with our usual communications channels.  We need your help to appeal to them to get tested and to promote […]

Parramatta is calling for the NSW Supreme Court to have a permanent presence in Sydney’s ‘Second City’ in a bold $353 million plan to expand the law courts alongside a school for the West.

The Hills Council must complete its nominated infrastructure projects by 30 June 2021 following an injection of $1.2 million into the Shire.

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