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Animal Owners Urged to be Prepared
12 Nov 2019
Animal Owners Urged to be Prepared
Evacuation centres for owners of large animals in the Greater Sydney region have been established in response to today’s “catastrophic” fire danger forecast. 
Scenic World Operations Tuesday, November 12
11 Nov 2019
Scenic World Operations Tuesday, November 12
Due to the catastrophic fire conditions predicted throughout NSW tomorrow, Scenic World and Blue Mountains National Park will be taking precautions. 
Closed Parks: Blue Mountains National Park Closed Due to Extreme Fire Weather
11 Nov 2019
Closed Parks: Blue Mountains National Park Closed Due to Extreme Fire Weather
Due to the current fire emergency, NPWS will expand closures of national parks and reserves, including tracks, trails, campgrounds and picnic areas across the Blue Mountains, as well as Central Coast, Hunter, Mid North Coast, North Coast and North West of the State from Monday 11 November 2019 until further notice. 
Upscale Jewellery to Adorn the Home
11 Nov 2019
Upscale Jewellery to Adorn the Home
Traipsing the Victorian goldfields with his father in the 1960s, a young Ron Fitzpatrick could never have known how those gold hunting jaunts would influence an art show at Hartley, NSW, in November 2019. 
The Crooked Fiddle Band Return to Katoomba to Launch Their Brand New Album!
10 Nov 2019
The Crooked Fiddle Band Return to Katoomba to Launch Their Brand New Album!
Another Subtle Atom Bomb takes the band’s blistering violin-led live show and creates soundtracks to their feelings around climate change. 
Fabulous Crowd at Hartley Community Drought Event
10 Nov 2019
Fabulous Crowd at Hartley Community Drought Event
Over 130 people gathered at the Old Hartley School on Saturday 16 November for the Hartley Picnic Under the Stars fun family event. 
Mayor Thanks Minister for Efforts on Great Western Highway Upgrade
9 Nov 2019
Mayor Thanks Minister for Efforts on Great Western Highway Upgrade
Mayor acknowledges and thanks Minister for his efforts regarding the proposed $2.5 billion upgrade to Great Western Highway between Katoomba and Lithgow. 
Mallard Welcomes Highway Upgrade Design Consultation
9 Nov 2019
Mallard Welcomes Highway Upgrade Design Consultation
Following meetings with community groups along the Great Western Highway including at Medlow Bath and Blackheath the Liberal Member of the Legislative Council and Blue Mountains resident Shayne Mallard MP has welcomed the release of proposed Great Western Highway upgrade design and route plans between Katoomba and Lithgow. 
Digital Licence for NSW Drivers
9 Nov 2019
Digital Licence for NSW Drivers
Stuart Ayres MP,Minister for Jobs, Investment, Tourism and Western Sydney welcomes the announcement that NSW drivers can now go wallet less and use a Digital Driver Licence on their smartphone for proof of identity and proof of age for pubs and clubs, and for roadside police checks, with the technology officially going live. 
Farmer’s Long Afternoon at Hampton
8 Nov 2019
Farmer’s Long Afternoon at Hampton
A long afternoon will be held at the Hampton Halfway Hotel Motel on Saturday 23 November. Starting at 4pm this is a chance for drought effected local farmers and residents of the region to get together. Following the huge success of the Capertee Long Lunch in October this event is sure to please the whole family. 
Have Your Say on the Lapstone Station Upgrade
8 Nov 2019
Have Your Say on the Lapstone Station Upgrade
Stuart Ayres MP, Member for Penrith today invites the local community to have their say on the proposed accessibility upgrade at Lapstone station that will be delivered through the NSW Government’s Transport Access Program. 
Household Chemical Clean Out Time Again!
7 Nov 2019
Household Chemical Clean Out Time Again!
The household chemical cleanout conducted by Lithgow City Council in conjunction with NSW EPA and NetWaste is again providing an opportunity for residents to clean out chemicals from their home and dispose of in an environmentally friendly way. 
Rhythm Hunters’ Rhythm Underground 2019 at Jenolan Caves
7 Nov 2019
Rhythm Hunters’ Rhythm Underground 2019 at Jenolan Caves
RHYTHM UNDERGROUND 2019 at Jenolan Caves with

RHYTHM HUNTERS + special guests
NICKY BOMBA (Melbourne Ska Orchestra/John Butler Trio)
SI MULLUMBY (Wild Marmalade) 
Lithgow Dementia Alliance Morning Tea
6 Nov 2019
Lithgow Dementia Alliance Morning Tea
As part of its ongoing support for those in Lithgow community who are affected by dementia, Lithgow City Council invites you to come along to our Dementia Alliance morning tea on November 14 at the Lithgow Library. 
Free Microchipping Month a Success in Lithgow
5 Nov 2019
Free Microchipping Month a Success in Lithgow
Local residents made use of a valuable community service in the micro-chipping of their pets this October 
Announcing: The 2020 Season at The Joan
5 Nov 2019
Announcing: The 2020 Season at The Joan
18 Fun, Classic and Adventurous live shows celebrating Dance, Comedy, Drama and Classical Music 
Busy Year Ahead for Heritage Advisory Committee
4 Nov 2019
Busy Year Ahead for Heritage Advisory Committee
At its meeting this week, Council reviewed the activities and achievements of the Blue Mountains Heritage Advisory Committee (BMHAC) and endorsed its annual report for the 2018-19 financial year. Council also considered the Committee’s priorities for 2019-20. 
Ongoing Damage to Parks and Sports fields
4 Nov 2019
Ongoing Damage to Parks and Sports fields
While Lithgow City Council provides a number of off-leash dog parks throughout the Lithgow region, ongoing damage is being caused to Council maintained sports fields by off-leash dogs. 
Council to Explore Dark Sky Place
3 Nov 2019
Council to Explore Dark Sky Place
Council will investigate the possibility of creating a Dark Sky Place in the Blue Mountains, with a decision expected early next year. 
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