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Mayor Byrne and David Elliott. Featured

HILLS Shire Mayor Dr Michelle Byrne has congratulated and thanked Baulkham Hills State MP David Elliott on his successful application for partial funding of a proposed stage at Bella Vista Farm Park.

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Region's first indoor cycling studio set to open Featured

By Belinda Hill

PELOTONE, a world standard indoor cycling studio geared for cyclists will be officially launched on Wednesday, December 4 2013 in Sydney’s Norwest Business Park, by Hills  Hills Shire Council, Clr Dr Michelle Byrne.

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Stephen Barrett, centre with council emplyees, Steve Coleman, left and Adrian Davies. Featured

HILLS Council has paid tribute to outgoing employee Stephen Barrett, who is retiring after giving 39 years of service to The Hills Shire.

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Asbestos fears delay footpath building program in Hills Featured

WORK on Hills Council footpath program has been delayed after Telstra admitted that telecommunication pits located on many streets around Australia may contain asbestos.

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Artist's impression of the new studio. Featured

By Belinda Hill

PELOTONE is set to ride into Norwest Business Park with the opening of the region’s first dedicated premier indoor cycle studio.

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High-profile Hills residents Nathan Hindmarsh and David McAllister got behind Council’s campaign to alert all pool owners to register their pool. Featured

WITH temperatures climbing and the Swimming Pool Register deadline approaching, residents are reminded to make sure that their pool fence is compliant and their pool is registered by October 29.

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The health and wellbeing panel in action. Featured

MEMBERS and guests of The Sydney Hills Business Chamber were treated to an insight into why mental health and wellbeing is so important to delivering energy and productivity in the work day.

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Western Sydney Business Access (WSBA) covers the business and community issues of the Greater Western Sydney region of Australia. WSBA is the popular media source for connecting with the pulse of the region and tapping into it's vast opportunities and networks.