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Blacktown Mayor Stephen Bali, General Manager Kerry Robinson and those responsible for Blacktown Council’s 2016 trophy cabinet: Jey Mahendra (Melrose House), Carol Ashworth (Community Hubs), Wilf Hornman (Melrose House), Michael Maxwell (White Ribbon), Kevin Jones (Emerton Leisure Centre), Brad Billett (Parks Planning), Carl Gallagher (September Eco Festival), Brett Andrews (Mt Druitt Swimming Centre), Bianca Devine (2015 Annual Report, Calendar and Community Report and Excellence in Communication) and Vince Cusumano (The Ponds Playspace). Featured

Blacktown building the best

BLACKTOWN City Council has received 13 national and state awards so far this year.

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LIVERPOOL SLASHES DA TIMES Featured

New development tool called FastTrack

LIVERPOOL Council has introduced cutting-edge technological change with the launch of its online development assessment tool, FastTrack.

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Hills Mayor Dr Michelle Byrne. Featured
20 February 2016

COUNCIL MERGERS DRAMA

Hills Mayor blasts new boundaries

By Di Bartok

ROBIN Hood has moved into the ‘hood with the State Government’s proposed council mergers, Hills Mayor Michelle Byrne said.

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Mayor Byrne with Rocco, an 18-month-old staffy recently adopted by a Hills Shire Council employee. Featured
19 December 2015

FIND A FURRY FRIEND

Peak time for Animal Companion Shelter

THE time leading up to Christmas is a peak time for one of the region's most popular animal shelters.

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Merrynne Diacos, Clr Dr Michelle Byrne, Billy Diacos at Billy the Greek. Featured

Hills fosters growing food scene

HILLS Council has waived application or rent fees for outdoor dining areas on Council footpaths for restaurant and café owners.

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18 April 2015

REGIONAL GROWTH

Holroyd meets annual housing targets

HOLROYD City Council has exceeded its annual housing approval targets.

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12 April 2015

CASTLE HILL CAFES

Red tape reduced for Main Street

TWO new measures approved recently by Hills Shire Council will make Castle Hill Main Street a more attractive and desirable place to open and run a café or restaurant.

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