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Lithgow Aboriginal Education Consultative Group
11 Jul 2021
Lithgow Aboriginal Education Consultative Group
Lithgow City Council has acknowledged during NAIDOC Week 2021, the work of Lithgow’s Aboriginal Education Consultative Group that has been in existence for over 10 years. 
Lithgow Business Resilience Program
10 Jul 2021
Lithgow Business Resilience Program
Lithgow’s small businesses are being offered a free helping hand in responding to business challenges and recovery from bushfire and other events. 
Blue Mountains Tourism Icon Shuttered
9 Jul 2021
Blue Mountains Tourism Icon Shuttered
One of the longest running tourism businesses in Australia’s first tourist destination, the internationally recognised Blue Mountain Explorer Bus fleet, is the latest business victim of Covid-19 and has been parked indefinitely. 
Lithgow Celebrates NAIDOC
9 Jul 2021
Lithgow Celebrates NAIDOC
NAIDOC Week is a time of year when we especially celebrate our ongoing relationship with First Nation’s people of the region. 
COVID-19 lockdown extension affects Council services; BMCC continues to advocate for the Blue Mountains business community
8 Jul 2021
COVID-19 lockdown extension affects Council services; BMCC continues to advocate for the Blue Mountains business community
The closure of some Council facilities and services will temporarily continue, after the NSW Government today extended its COVID-19 lockdown period for Greater Sydney. 
Temporary Closure: Fairfax Track, Blackheath - 7-8 July 2021
7 Jul 2021
Temporary Closure: Fairfax Track, Blackheath - 7-8 July 2021
National Parks & Wildlife Service
Blue Mountains National Park – Blackheath Area
Wednesday 7 to Thursday 8 July 2021 - weather permitting 
Celebrating NAIDOC Week 2021
7 Jul 2021
Celebrating NAIDOC Week 2021
This year NAIDOC Week is being held from 4-11 July. NAIDOC Week celebrations are held across Australia every July to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. 
Lights on at sportsgrounds across the City
6 Jul 2021
Lights on at sportsgrounds across the City
Blue Mountains City Council is turning on the lights at 12 sportsgrounds across the City giving the community the chance to get outside and be active during current COVID-19 restrictions. 
Love Local: Blue Mountains businesses need your support now more than ever
5 Jul 2021
Love Local: Blue Mountains businesses need your support now more than ever
Council is re-igniting its popular Love Local campaign to boost support of local businesses following the latest COVID-19 restrictions. 
Morrison Government’s tax time reforms to secure the Blue Mountain’s economic recovery
4 Jul 2021
Morrison Government’s tax time reforms to secure the Blue Mountain’s economic recovery
The Morrison Government is continuing to secure Australia’s recovery from COVID-19, with key measures taking effect on 1 July 2021 to create more jobs, rebuild our economy and set Australia up for the future. 
Lithgow City Council Celebrates NAIDOC Week with Local Artist Commission
4 Jul 2021
Lithgow City Council Celebrates NAIDOC Week with Local Artist Commission
As one of the cultural activation outcomes from the NSW Government’s Streets as Shared Spaces program, local indigenous artist Rick Slaven, was commissioned to design NAIDOC Week banners for Lithgow Main Street. 
Historic Rail Tunnel to be Opened to the Community
3 Jul 2021
Historic Rail Tunnel to be Opened to the Community
An historic railway tunnel in the Blue Mountains will soon be open to the public for the first time in 130 years following a grant to transform it into a tourist destination. 
$2.6M for Blue Mountains Tourism
3 Jul 2021
$2.6M for Blue Mountains Tourism
Blue Mountains Tourism (BMT) will create more than 1000 local jobs and re-introduce the destination to the world through a $2.609 million bushfire recovery grant. 
Justice and Compassion for Refugees
3 Jul 2021
Justice and Compassion for Refugees
Blue Mountains’ residents gathered in Lawson on Palm Sunday to fight for justice and a fair go for refugees. 
New Bushfire Recovery Funding Focuses on Economic Rebuild in the Blue Mountains
2 Jul 2021
New Bushfire Recovery Funding Focuses on Economic Rebuild in the Blue Mountains
11 projects, worth over $12 million, have been approved under stage 2 of the Morrison and Berejiklian Government’s Bushfire Local Economic Recovery Fund (BLER), continuing the long-term recovery effort from the 2019-20 bushfires in the Blue Mountains. 
Blue Mountains City Council Bushfire Recovery Projects Awarded Funding
2 Jul 2021
Blue Mountains City Council Bushfire Recovery Projects Awarded Funding
Blue Mountains City Council has welcomed the announcement that three of its bushfire recovery projects, valued at $5.3 million, have been funded by the Australian and NSW governments. 
Lithgow Celebrates Refugee Week
1 Jul 2021
Lithgow Celebrates Refugee Week
Despite the cold and the rising concern around Covid restrictions, a small group of Lithgow residents gathered on the evening of Saturday 26 June to commemorate Refugee Week. 
Blue Mountains City Council Receives Sport Facility Grant
30 Jun 2021
Blue Mountains City Council Receives Sport Facility Grant
Sport in the Blue Mountains has received a major boost today after the NSW Government announced a $533,100 grant for Lapstone Oval Netball Complex. 
BMCC supporting the community during COVID-19: Emergency food boxes and suspending commercial rents
29 Jun 2021
BMCC supporting the community during COVID-19: Emergency food boxes and suspending commercial rents
Seniors and people with disabilities in the Blue Mountains who are self-isolating due to COVID-19, and have no access to essential supplies, will again receive Emergency Food Boxes thanks to a partnership between Council and the Rapid Relief Team. 
Closures of Council facilities and services, due to COVID-19
28 Jun 2021
Closures of Council facilities and services, due to COVID-19
Blue Mountains City Council will temporarily close facilities and some services, in response to escalating NSW Government restrictions due to the spread of COVID-19 in Greater Sydney. 
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