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Bridging History

Bridging History - The Sydney Harbour Bridge

On the 19th March 1932 an Irish immigrant, a resident of the Hills district, caused a stir in the annals of Australian history. The occasion was the official opening of our first road crossing of Sydney Harbour – The Sydney Harbour Bridge. The bridge was to be officially opened by the Premier Jack Lang, when […]

Name Change

Community Feedback On Reserve Name Change

The Geographical Names Board (GNB) is seeking community feedback on a proposal by The Hills Shire Council to name a reserve in the locality of North Kellyville as Kiliiyurraa Reserve. The reserve is located on the corner of Withers Road and Hezlett Road and is known locally as Withers Road Reserve, however this name has not been […]

Recovery Centre and Assistance Point opening in Hawkesbury Region to Support Flood-affected Residents

Recovery Centre Assistance In Hawkesbury

As the waters recede across the Hawkesbury-Nepean Valley following recent floods, the NSW Reconstruction Authority (RA) is ready to help communities recover. This week, the NSW and Australian Governments made a disaster declaration for the area, opening up access to a range of special assistance measures for flood-affected communities, provided through the jointly funded Commonwealth-State Disaster Recovery […]

Dural Bowling Club News

Jack Attack: Dural Bowling Club News, Lawn Bowls

Robyn Scoble Honoured The recent awarding of Life Membership to Robyn Scoble was a recognition of her long service to the Bowling Club. A very competent bowler, Robyn won many events at Dural and away, including pennant wins and the Dural Major Singles. Robyn has been a member of the Dural Bowling Club since 2001. […]

Hit The Ground Running!

Term 1 is well underway, which means so are our summer competitions! We’ve had a huge start to the year, with the kick off of our new early morning boot camps, our mid-morning ladies boot cam ps, and added classes for our over 55’s movement class. Our community is loving all the opportunities to move their […]