You are here

News

Slashed licence fees a big win for businesses

Up to 200,000 licence holders operating across the trades and construction sectors will not have to pay up to $50 million worth of licence fees,...

Breeding success for rare Australian bird at Dubbo Zoo

Taronga Western Plains Zoo has welcomed two critically endangered Plains-wanderer chicks that hatched on 8 March 2020.

NSW Government offers $440 million Land Tax break to support tenants and landlords

Commercial tenants in the Hornsby electorate significantly impacted by COVID-19 will have greater protection from evictions with the State...

Free preschool for NSW for up to 6 months

The COVID crisis has been hard on all of us but it’s been especially tough on working families, particularly those employed on the frontline.

Greater Bilby baby boom at Taronga Sanctuary in Dubbo

It’s a Greater Bilby baby boom at the Taronga Sanctuary in Dubbo, with 19 joeys born to the conservation breeding program since it commenced in...

Grants to combat isolation for seniors

Hornsby seniors at risk of social isolation during the COVID-19 pandemic will be the focus of $600,000 in funding to keep our older community...

Free TAFE NSW courses

A suite of 21 fee-free TAFE NSW short courses are available online to assist anyone

Business join the fight

Businesses across Hornsby are being encouraged to join the fight against COVID-19 and start producing much needed medical equipment for NSW.

COVID-19 March 30th Update

From midnight tonight, there will be further measures introduced to keep our Hornsby community safe and to restrict the spread of COVID-19.

The Hon Matt Kean MP Member for Hornsby was joined by his colleague Alister Henskens SC MP in officially opening the Medical Imaging Department at...

Matt Kean at Pennant Hills Public School

Great to see the much needed crossing supervisor has started on Greycliffe Avenue outside Pennant Hills Public School.

Minister Kean speaks at the Smart Energy Summit

I begin by acknowledging the traditional owners of the land, the Gadigal people, and pay my respects to Elders past and present.

Pages