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THE Lower Portland Ferry has been officially re-launched.

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The footpath being constructed at Old Northern Road. Featured

HILLS Shire Council plans to construct 47km worth of footpaths throughout the shire after Council allocated $8,075,550 to the project in The Hills Shire Plan adopted on Tuesday evening.

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$25m partnership to assist sleep research Featured

By Mike Walls

NORWEST based sleep disorder firm, ResMed Limited has formed a partnership with the University of Sydney that includes significant and long-term funding of research at the University.

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Hawkesbury Mayor Kim Ford inspects the CCTV monitoring screens with Inspector Peter Jenkins, Windsor Police and Judy Wong, Council’s Community Safety Coordinator. Featured

HAWKESBURY Mayor of Hawkesbury Kim Ford has launched the Windsor Closed-Circuit Television System (CCTV) Project at Windsor Police Station.

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Norwest Lakes and Cafes. Featured

By Anthony Stavrinos

CAPITAL Corporation’s $44 million investment in Norwest Business Park is a clear expression of regional confidence in anticipation of the North West Rail Link, Hills Mayor Dr Michelle Byrne says.

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Flood disaster a real risk Featured

THE Hawkesbury Nepean Valley is one of the most heavily developed and at risk flood plains in Australia.

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From left: Wayne Lazarides (Inkredible Art), Malcolm Turnbull, Alex Hawke (Federal Member for Mitchell), Tony Eades (Chairman, Sydney Hills Business Chamber), Robin Baird (CEO, Sydney Hills Business Chamber) and Richard Holland (Norwest Business Portal). Featured

FOLLOWING the Sydney Hills Business Chamber’s ongoing quest to have the Government’s National Broadband Network rollout include the Norwest Business Park and growing Hills region, Malcolm Turnbull met with the Chamber and local businesses recently to launch the Coalition Nationwide Broadband Survey.

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