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TOLL RELIEF: FREE REGO FOR DRIVERS

22 Nov 2017

Toll road users in Castle Hill will soon be eligible for free car registration as part of the NSW Government’s commitment to tackle cost of living pressures. Member for Castle Hill Ray Williams welcomed the announcement from Premier Gladys Berejiklian which will save the majority of eligible motorists $358 a year on registration costs, with ...

BIG SAVINGS ON ENERGY BILLS COMING FOR CASTLE HILL AREA

05 Sep 2017

Residents and small businesses in the Castle Hill area could receive hundreds of dollars in savings on their energy bills under the NSW Government’s energy package savings scheme. The NSW Government understands that families, households and businesses find it hard to make ends meet when living pressures pile up; and we are doing everything we ...

Castle Hill Gets Ready To RETURN AND EARN

18 Aug 2017

Return and Earn is the largest litter-reduction initiative for NSW, and will be a game-changer for the environment. From 1 December 2017 people will be able to exchange eligible drink containers for a 10-cent refund at collection points across the state; including any of the 800 reverse vending machines positioned across NSW. This is an ...

Holiday Traffic To Ease With NorthConnex

18 Aug 2017

As the weather becomes warmer, residents start planning trips up north for vacation; and the NSW Government is helping make that trip easier and faster for everyone in the Hills area. Through major investment in NorthConnex, congestion will ease considerably along Pennant Hills Road heading north to Newcastle. These twin tunnels will eliminate 21 sets ...

Helping Seniors With The Cost Of Living

18 Aug 2017

The NSW Government has secured a two-year partnership with energy supplier AGL, which will offer NSW Seniors Card holders new discounts of up to 25% Off Electricity Usage and 19% Off Gas Usage charges on a two-year energy plan. For more information on this offer you can call AGL on 131 245 or visit the ...

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NSW TO INCREASE SENTENCE FOR BUSHFIRE OFFENCES

01 Nov 2018

The NSW Government has proposed introducing tougher sentences for arsonists as the state continues to be gripped by drought. Under the new law, anyone caught deliberately starting a bush fire will face a maximum sentence of 21 years imprisonment – up from 14 years. For More Information: Click Here