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Castle Hill Cricket Club 160th Anniversary – Community Recognition Notice

23 Oct 2018

Castle Hill Cricket Club’s 160th Anniversary was recognized in the Legislative Assembly on Tuesday 23 October 2018. To Read The Speech Click Here. To read all of Ray’s Speeches in Parliament Click Here....

FIRE SURVIVAL PLANS FOR CASTLE HILL COMMUNITY

17 Oct 2018

Castle Hill residents are urged to make sure they are prepared for the bush fire season. The new NSW Rural Fire Service (NSW RFS) ‘Prepare. Act. Survive’ public awareness campaign asked the important question ‘How Fireproof Is Your Plan?’ The message this bush fire season is clear: to give you and your property the best ...

TRADIES SAVE BIG BUCKS UNDER LICENSING REFORMS

08 Oct 2018

NSW is experiencing a construction boom that has driven unemployment in Western Sydney to its lowest level since records were taken, at just 4.7%. We know Tradies are the backbone of the building and construction industry, but they currently pay $605 every three years for their licences. As part of the NSW Government’s Better Business ...

Funding Available For School Air Conditioning – APPLY NOW

02 Aug 2018

In this year’s budget the NSW Government committed the largest investment of its kind in NSW history towards air conditioning in public schools. This investment will provide air conditioning in classrooms and libraries at schools that experience a mean maximum January temperature of 30°C and above. The Government has also committed funding for schools that ...

JUNE 2018 NEWSLETTER – Ray Williams MP

26 Jun 2018

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Coronavirus – UPDATED ADVICE AHEAD OF SCHOOL RETURNING

28 Jan 2020

UPDATED ADVICE AHEAD OF SCHOOL RETURNING The NSW Government has today requested that children who have visited China in the past two weeks not attend school or childcare services until 14 days have lapsed from their date of departure from China. Health Minister Brad Hazzard and Education Minister Sarah Mitchell said although the risk to