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A Western Sydney University Professor is recommending face masks where social distancing is not possible following another spike in COVID-19 cases.

Hills’ Shire residents are welcoming ‘Gables’ as its brand new suburb inbetween the Box Hill North release area and the rural residential areas of Maraylya and Nelson.

Anthony Radic and Hayley Irving are the Hills Shire’s 2020-2021 Youth Ambassadors in a continuing effort by the Council to engage young people in the community.

Hawkesbury Mayor Barry Calvert wants western Sydney to become the trial location for the NSW Government’s new fleet of electric buses to boost economic development.

Western Sydney Truckies have been slapped with over 1000 parking fines following a truck blitz by City Council Mayor Steve Christou and the Parking Patrol Team.

Take the Plastic Free July Challenge with the Cumberland City Council and reduce your impact on pollution.

Parramatta is transforming into a smart city of the future with work beginning on Phillip Street at a cost of $4.3 million for the urban renewal project.

Council officers have rescued two residents from a burning house in Auburn this morning. At around 10.30am, the officers were cleaning up litter along Chisholm Road, when they saw smoke coming from a house. “We understand there were two occupants inside the burning house at the time,” said Mayor Steve Christou. “Council officers were in […]

$260 million will be given to the Hills Shire Council to deliver much needed public services and infrastructure to address “growing pains”.

Market lovers rejoice, North Rocks Market is starting up again this Sunday the 28th. With doors opening from 7 am, the Carlingford Rotary Club hopes to see as many members of the community as possible. There will be a great selection of produce, plants, collectables a great bbq and of course, gozleme. COVID19 safe practices […]

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