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BlueMountainsAustralia.com Breaks Record
1 Apr 2015
BlueMountainsAustralia.com Breaks Record
Independent website BlueMountainsAustralia.com achieved record visitation in March 2015 breaking the 200,000 visitors per month barrier. The success of the website is a testimony of the dedication and hard work of the Springwood based company which has been showcasing our local community, businesses and tourism since 1996. 
Police Vehicles Preserved for History
1 Apr 2015
Police Vehicles Preserved for History
The Blue Mountains Police Rescue Squad have donated some $20,000 worth of obsolete rescue equipment to the NSW Historic Patrol Vehicles Association. 
Group of Eight Universities Withdraw Support for Education Reform
1 Apr 2015
Group of Eight Universities Withdraw Support for Education Reform
The Group of Eight universities has withdrawn support from the Federal Government’s proposed higher education reforms. The withdrawal comes after the Government failed to get the legislation passed through the Senate. 
Crooked Fiddle Band to Headline at Hotel Gearin
1 Apr 2015
Crooked Fiddle Band to Headline at Hotel Gearin
The mesmerising and fiery acoustic four piece The Crooked Fiddle Band will play at Katoomba’s Hotel Gearin on Friday, 1 May. The bill, which also includes DVA and various local artists promises to be packed. 
Paul Toole Holds On To Bathurst
31 Mar 2015
Paul Toole Holds On To Bathurst
The National Party’s Paul Toole has held on to the district of Bathurst following the 2015 NSW State election. 
TomahROMA Autumn Food & Wine Fair with Back to Back Wool Challenge
31 Mar 2015
TomahROMA Autumn Food & Wine Fair with Back to Back Wool Challenge
Enjoy regional produce, spectacular views and vivid autumn colours at TomahROMA, our annual autumn food and wine fair. Showcasing local produce and wines with plant sales, music and garden tours. This year's fair will also stage the International Back To Back Wool Challenge and the Apple Pie bake-off! 
Don't Mention The Wall
31 Mar 2015
Don't Mention The Wall
Encompassing experiences of the Fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989 from a unique Australian/German personal and political perspective, "Don't Mention the Wall!" will play at Katoomba’s Hotel Blue on 26 April 2015. 
Blue Mountains in Red, Yellow and Orange
31 Mar 2015
Blue Mountains in Red, Yellow and Orange
With Autumn now well underway, and a lot of upcoming events, there never has been a better time to experience our spectacular Blue Mountains. Katoomba’s Scenic World details a small taste of what's on offer this Autumn. 
Council Approves Companion Planning Document
30 Mar 2015
Council Approves Companion Planning Document
Blue Mountains City Council adopted a new Development Control Plan (DCP) at an extraordinary meeting on 26 March 2015, moving one step closer to finalising an amended planning framework for the City, in line with a NSW Government requirement for all councils in NSW. 
Services For Our Older Generation
30 Mar 2015
Services For Our Older Generation
There are a diverse range of services and programs designed to support and encourage older people living in the Blue Mountains to participate in community life. 
Coping in the Second Year of Recovery
30 Mar 2015
Coping in the Second Year of Recovery
It is normal to still feel sad or stressed during the second year after a disaster. It takes time, but these feelings will fade if you have the right information and look after your wellbeing. 
Ayres Holds On to Penrith
29 Mar 2015
Ayres Holds On to Penrith
The Member for Penrith, Stuart Ayres, has been reelected, despite a three-cornered contest for his seat. 
Celebrating Blue Mountains Seniors
29 Mar 2015
Celebrating Blue Mountains Seniors
Blue Mountains City Council hosted the annual Seniors Week Recognition Awards for 2015 at the new Blue Mountains Community Hub on 23 March, as a part of the long running Seniors Week program. 
Cellar Door Wine Tastings at Hydro
29 Mar 2015
Cellar Door Wine Tastings at Hydro
Now you can experience the new Hydro Majestic's interactive 'living history' space with wine tastings reminiscent of Sydney’s old showground pavilions. 
Easter Long Weekend Fun at Scenic World
29 Mar 2015
Easter Long Weekend Fun at Scenic World
Scenic World will be choc-full of Easter holiday entertainment from 3 April to 6 April 2015. 
Trish Doyle Wins Blue Mountains
28 Mar 2015
Trish Doyle Wins Blue Mountains
NSW Labor’s Candidate for the Blue Mountains, Trish Doyle, has won the seat on her second attempt, soundly defeating the Liberal Party’s Roza Sage with 57.4 percent of the two party preferred vote. 
Council Takes United Stand Against Domestic Violence Reforms
28 Mar 2015
Council Takes United Stand Against Domestic Violence Reforms
Blue Mountains City Council took a different approach to voting on a council motion at its recent meeting. Instead of the usual raising of a hand to indicate a vote in favour or against a motion, the elected Councillors rose to their feet in a united stance against the NSW Government's domestic violence reforms. 
Sport for Jove Theatre Company Joins Seymour Centre
28 Mar 2015
Sport for Jove Theatre Company Joins Seymour Centre
Sport for Jove Theatre was founded in 2009 through the creation of an outdoor Shakespeare Festival in Leura and Sydney’s Hills District.

It was recently announced that Sport for Jove is joining the Seymour Centre as a new resident theatre company; joining existing Seymour Centre resident theatre companies Critical Stages, SIMA and Shaun Parker & Company. 
Stellar Line-up of Australian Performing Artists
28 Mar 2015
Stellar Line-up of Australian Performing Artists
Our spectacular Hydro Majestic Blue Mountains is proud to present in style, an exciting program and line-up of Australian Artists for 2015. Featuring Artists such as Emma Pask, Wendy Matthews, Lanie Lane, Ian Moss, Amber Lawrence, Daryl Braithwaite, Beccy Cole, Catherine Britt & Christine Anu! and more. 
Every Hour is Earth Hour at YHA
27 Mar 2015
Every Hour is Earth Hour at YHA
YHA hostels around Australia and the world will be turning off the lights and putting on candlelit activities for Earth Hour. The Blue Mountains YHA will be serving popcorn by candlelight, with other venues around Australia also participating, some by eating sustainable delicacies such as crickets on Saturday 28 March 2015 for one hour from 8.30pm. 
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