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Hills Mayor Yvonne Keane at the conjested Norwest Boulevard. Featured

$500,000 for Boulevard upgrade

ONE of Western Sydney’s busiest roads is about to benefit from a $500,000 upgrade.

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Researcher Mark Mcrindle. Featured

Business bouyed by light rail

LAST October, the first Hills Performance Sentiment Index showed that businesses were gloomy about  the future and were bogged down in red tape.

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John Dean, Hills Shire Council; Ash Pather, Crowe Horwath ; Brad Sparrow, 360HR; Jason Andreou, LJ Hooker; Rosario Carbajal, Smart Financial Advice ; Arti Sehgal, LJ Hooker; Marbyn Balangon, St George ; Sanjesh Narayan, St George Featured

Exchange back by popular demand

THE Sydney Hills Small Business Exchange is back by popular demand providing help, support and advice to small businesses in the Hills on March 10, 2016.

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Commercial use approved by Council

THE Hills Shire Council has reached a compromise that enables additional commercial uses such as visitor activities and a function centre on Bella Vista Farm Park.

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Convicts will entertain at Bella Vista Farm this January. Featured
30 December 2014

BELLA VISTA HERITAGE

Convicts perform for Australia Day

IT'S already one of Sydney’s heritage gems, but visitors to Bella Vista Farm Park will go back to the 19th century in January and on Australia Day as the team from Convict Footprints productions are part of the experience that will form a unique 'old Sydney' feel.

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From left: Jim Taggart OAM, Tracy Ma, Administration Officer MNT Services, Tony Eades and Pei Shixin Deputy Director General of the Commerce Department of Hebei Province. Featured
24 November 2014

HILLS OPENS TO CHINA

Delegation connects with local businesses

SYDNEY Hills Business Chamber played host to the Commerce Department of Hebei Province, China when a special trade delegation of seven members, led by Ms. Pei Shixin, Deputy Director General of the Department recently visited the Norwest Business Park.

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Proposed locations for the new bridge. Featured
19 October 2014

SUPPORT FOR BRIDGE

Community meeting provides feedback

MORE than 80 per cent of people surveyed at a recent community meeting support the new Grose River bridge at North Richmond.

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