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Watch the web not the weather for festival plans

National Cherry Festival organisers are keeping a close eye on the sky ahead of this weekend’s highly anticipated festivities, and are encouraging festival-goers to monitor the event’s online platforms to stay up-to-date on any last-minute wet-weather arrangements....

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Big opportunity for local small businesses

Local sub-contractors and suppliers across the Hilltops Region are being encouraged to put their hand up to be involved in the construction of the Coppabella Wind Farm project, located 30 kilometres west of Yass. Previously called ‘Yass Valley Wind Farm’, the...

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An action plan for our economic future

Following extensive community consultation, the Hilltops Economic Action Plan has been drafted and was endorsed by Councillors at the November Ordinary Meeting of Council. Residents are now being encouraged to provide feedback on the draft plan (previously referred to...

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Nominations open for Boorowa Australia Day Awards

It’s time to give a shout out to the unsung heroes of the Hilltops Region who make a positive difference to our community, by nominating them for a 2018 Australia Day Award with nominations now open for various award categories in Boorowa. Hilltops Mayor Brian Ingram...

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Nominations open for Harden Australia Day Awards

It’s time to give a shout out to the unsung heroes of the Hilltops Region who make a positive difference to our community, by nominating them for a 2018 Australia Day Award. Nominations are now open for various award categories in Harden. Hilltops Council Mayor Brian...

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Nominations open for Young Australia Day Awards

It’s time to give a shout out to the unsung heroes of the Hilltops Region who make a positive difference to our community, by nominating them for a 2018 Australia Day Award. Nominations are now open for award categories in Young. Hilltops Council Mayor Brian Ingram...

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Collaboration is key to library plans

Hilltops Councillors have resolved to consult further with the community on plans for the highly anticipated Cultural, Community and Education Precinct in Young, to ensure the facility is purpose-built and meets the needs and expectations of the region. It follows...

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Sign up now for free food safety course

Hilltops Council is inviting local residents to take part in a free food safety training course to educate community groups about the safe delivery of food during fundraising activities. General Manager Anthony McMahon said the training is open to all not-for-profit...

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Council committed to community involvement

As part of a commitment to fostering greater community involvement in Hilltops Council’s discussions and decisions, local residents are being invited to be a part of a number of committees designed to help inform and advise Council on a range of issues and activities....

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Hilltops proves popular in all languages

Hilltops Council is leading the way in innovative regional tourism marketing with the launch of a new website that offers translation services for visitors from lucrative Asian markets. Hilltops Mayor Brian Ingram said the website – www.visithilltopsregion.com.au –...

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