Upgrading Your Business Photos On A Budget

Business Photos

Photos as we know tell 1000 words. What 1000 words do you want your business photos to say? Poor quality photos on your business website, your social media and other channels like presentations, can cost you dearly, and make your business look cheap and tacky. Here’s some tips how to fix the problem. Most obvious, […]

Replanting, Recovering And Renewal

Recovering And Renewal

This summer season, with its seemingly endless wet cool days has been the polar opposite of the last hot and dry fire season. It is tempting to give in to the frustration of watching all your hard work flushed away, but there isn’t time to dwell on such things. The focus has had to be […]

Here We Are In March Already!

We Are In March

By Katrina Langlands Did you know March is the month named after Mars, the Roman God of War. With saying this, March in your patch is an excellent time to wage war on it. Time to rip out the weeds from all the decent rainfall we have received. Mulch up to slow down the weeds […]

Hidden In The Hills Seville Reserve And Hunts Creek

Hunts Creek

By Lachlan Turner Hunts Creek starts near the intersection of Jenkins and Parklands Roads, Carlingford. It flows through bushland landscapes adjacent to the residential areas of Carlingford and North Rocks eventually entering the upper reaches of Lake Parramatta. Seville Reserve is bounded by Cambridge and Plymouth Avenues, and Tallwood Drive, North Rocks. It also adjoins […]

Dural And District Historical Society Inc – News From History Cottage

History Cottage

For the descendants of four Russian couples who settled in Middle Dural and Kenthurst, April is a special month. It was in that month, 95 five years ago, that the original Don Cossack Choir arrived in Sydney as part of their tour of the east coast of Australia. The Choir came together in the refugee […]

An Inquiry Into Skilled Migration

Net Zero Skilled Migration Jason Brown

By Julian Leeser As the Chair of the Joint Standing Committee on Migration, I recently announced an inquiry into Skilled Migration in post- COVID Australia. Skilled migrants make a vital contribution to Australia and to our community. Prior to the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, more than 100,000 migrants entered Australia under the skilled migration […]

Major Work Starts On Memorial Avenue Upgrade

Memorial Avenue Upgrade

By David Elliott MP Major work to ease congestion and improve safety along Memorial Avenue in Kellyville has begun, with the sod turned on the $224 million upgrade last month. Memorial Avenue is being widened to a four lane divided road, with shared pedestrian and cyclist paths to help people connect with Sydney Metro stations […]

Hornsby Woman Of The Year: Emily Crockford

Woman Of The Year

By Matt Kean Emily Crockford is taking the art world by storm with her bright and vibrant work capturing the attention of many around the county. Following a hugely successful 2020, Emily has been named Hornsby’s Woman of the Year for 2021. Member for Hornsby Matt Kean said Emily was a clear choice for the […]

Seniors Grant Program

Grant Program

By Ray Williams The NSW Government’s Reducing Social Isolation for Seniors Grant Program is now open for applications until 31 March 2021. One-off grants of between $10,000 and $60,000 are aimed at local initiatives and projects that actively engage and reduce social isolation for older people. For information visit: CASTLE HILL ART SOCIETY RECEIVES […]

Galston Concerts: A Birthday Party!

Galston Concerts

It’s time to celebrate the return of The Galston Concerts to Galston Uniting Church, starting Sunday 21 March at 2 pm. The concerts team have asked world-travelled professionals John Martin, piano, and Susan Blake, cello, to entertain with a Birthday Party of Classical favourites. Beethoven will be honoured, belatedly, after missing most of his 250th […]