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Can You Go Plastic Free This July?
25 Jun 2018
Can You Go Plastic Free This July?
Plastic Free July - by making some simple changes, we can make a difference. 
Slow Down in My Street Campaign Keeps Local Roads Safe
24 Jun 2018
Slow Down in My Street Campaign Keeps Local Roads Safe
Council is encouraging drivers travelling on Blue Mountains roads to Slow Down in My Street and make our local roads safer for pedestrians, cyclists and motorists. 
Council meets Minister and Shadow Minister for Regional Development and Local Government in Canberra
24 Jun 2018
Council meets Minister and Shadow Minister for Regional Development and Local Government in Canberra
Lithgow’s Mayor Stephen Lesslie, Deputy Mayor Wayne McAndrew and Cr Ray Thompson met with the Hon. Dr. John McVeigh MP Minister for Regional Development, Territories and Local Government and the Hon. Stephen Jones MP Shadow Minister in Canberra on Monday to discuss a range of matters common to the Lithgow LGA and Regional NSW. 
These School Holidays Get the Kids Out of the House and Let Them Unleash Their Creativity!
24 Jun 2018
These School Holidays Get the Kids Out of the House and Let Them Unleash Their Creativity!
Digital animation, charcoal drawing, clay modelling and hanging mobiles are all on offer these July School Holidays at Penrith Regional Gallery. 
Local Hospitality Apprentices Wanted
23 Jun 2018
Local Hospitality Apprentices Wanted
Would-be hospitality workers can receive 5-star training in the region’s top hotels for free after the State Government scrapped TAFE fees for 100,000 apprentices, saving students about $2000 per course in order to combat the national trades drought. 
TEMPORARY TRACK CLOSURE: Council Cleans Up Illegally Dumped Asbestos - Yondell Ave Fire Trail & Wiggins Track, Springwood
23 Jun 2018
TEMPORARY TRACK CLOSURE: Council Cleans Up Illegally Dumped Asbestos - Yondell Ave Fire Trail & Wiggins Track, Springwood
Council is responding to a find of asbestos containing material at this location in accordance with its Asbestos Management Plan and procedures and SafeWork NSW requirements as a priority. 
Court Of Appeal: More Changes To Come
23 Jun 2018
Court Of Appeal: More Changes To Come
Mayor, Cr Mark Greenhill, said, “The Court of Appeal has ordered a 7 day stay on the lifting of the injunction restraining the Minister for Local Government, Gabrielle Upton MP, from suspending the Council. 
Lila Falls Bridge at Leura is Closed Until Further Notice
22 Jun 2018
Lila Falls Bridge at Leura is Closed Until Further Notice
Lila Falls Bridge is closed from Thursday 21st June due to risk of collapse. Urgent repairs will commence. 
NSW State Government Adds $775,000 to Council's Union Theatre Project
22 Jun 2018
NSW State Government Adds $775,000 to Council's Union Theatre Project
Mayor Stephen Lesslie welcomed the surprise announcement this week that the NSW State Government had contributed $775,000 towards the Union Theatre in Lithgow, adding to the $400,000 contributed by Lithgow ratepayers. 
Hartley Vale Road Bridge Reconstruction
21 Jun 2018
Hartley Vale Road Bridge Reconstruction
As part of the 2017/18 Timber Bridge Inspections program, a bridge on Hartley Vale Road, just outside the township of Hartley Vale has been identified as requiring urgent reconstruction to its failed sandstone abutments. 
Council and Community Roll Out Dog Waste Bag Dispensers Across City
21 Jun 2018
Council and Community Roll Out Dog Waste Bag Dispensers Across City
Blue Mountains City Council is working with the community to install dog waste dispenser bags in dog off leash areas, sportsgrounds and parks, one of the key actions and recommendations of the Dogs in Public Spaces Strategic Plan (DIPS). 
Support for Local Project to Tackle Youth Unemployment
21 Jun 2018
Support for Local Project to Tackle Youth Unemployment
Stuart Ayres MP, Member for Penrith on Monday announced that Wentworth Community Housing of Penrith had progressed to the second stage of a $10 million NSW Government funding program to help tackle youth unemployment in the region. 
Mallard Welcomes Court of Appeals Decision on Blue Mountains City Council
20 Jun 2018
Mallard Welcomes Court of Appeals Decision on Blue Mountains City Council
The Court of Appeal this morning has ruled an injunction sought by Blue Mountains City Council restraining Minister for Local Government Gabrielle Upton from acting on her Notice of Intention to suspend the council over the asbestos management issue should not have been granted. Government Member of the Legislative Council and Blue Mountains resident Shayne Mallard MP said that the court of appeal ruling is an embarrassing loss for Blue Mountains City Council. 
Blue Mountains Benefit from NSW Budget
20 Jun 2018
Blue Mountains Benefit from NSW Budget
The NSW Liberal Government released the 2018/19 Budget with a record $3.9 billion surplus and no net debt. Included in the budget is record investment in families, communities as well as infrastructure. 
World-Renowned Mountaineer Conrad Anker Visits Australia for Speaker Series
20 Jun 2018
World-Renowned Mountaineer Conrad Anker Visits Australia for Speaker Series
The North Face announces The North Face Speaker Series Australia, welcoming Conrad Anker, Captain of The North Face Global Athlete Team, on his first visit to Australia to present an inspiring presentation in Sydney and Melbourne – Conrad Anker: A Life in Adventure. 
Free to Roam Exhibition Opening – Natasha Daniloff and Raewyn Proctor
20 Jun 2018
Free to Roam Exhibition Opening – Natasha Daniloff and Raewyn Proctor
“Have you been to Hill End?”

“No.”

“Then we must do a painting trip there. You’ll love it!’ 
Don’t Miss the Katoomba Solstice Celebration
20 Jun 2018
Don’t Miss the Katoomba Solstice Celebration
Join us at our Katoomba Solstice Celebration on Saturday, 23 June 2018. The FREE multi-venue family-friendly celebration is on in the Katoomba CBD from 11am to 5pm. 
Blue Mountains Family Business Ushers in New Era for Sydney Harbour Bridge
19 Jun 2018
Blue Mountains Family Business Ushers in New Era for Sydney Harbour Bridge
Hammons Holdings, which operates Scenic World in the Blue Mountains, has won the bid to operate tourism activities on the Sydney Harbour Bridge, consolidating the local family-owned business’ position as a leader in the Australian tourism landscape. 
Nepean Blue Mountains Service Providers Share in $159 Million Health Grants Program
19 Jun 2018
Nepean Blue Mountains Service Providers Share in $159 Million Health Grants Program
Stuart Ayres MP, Member for Penrith welcomes the news that two non-government organisations (NGOs) who provide important health services for the Nepean Blue Mountains community will receive a share of the $159 million NSW Government health grants program. 
Update: Temporary Closure - Fern Bower Walking Track - Blue Mountains National Park, Leura
18 Jun 2018
Update: Temporary Closure - Fern Bower Walking Track - Blue Mountains National Park, Leura
Temporary closure for walking track repairs.
Wednesday 30th May – Saturday 23rd June 2018. 
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