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Council Welcomes Interim Report for Public Inquiry TOR 4
15 May 2019
Council Welcomes Interim Report for Public Inquiry TOR 4
Blue Mountains City Council has welcomed the Interim Report released today by Commissioner Richard Beasley SC, relating to Term of Reference 4 of the Public Inquiry into the Council. 
Helping First Home Buyers in Macquarie
15 May 2019
Helping First Home Buyers in Macquarie
First home buyers across Macquarie will be helped into the housing market by a re-elected Morrison Government, as it helps them deal with one of the biggest barriers to owning their own home. 
Morrison Government to Deliver Knapsack Park Upgrade
15 May 2019
Morrison Government to Deliver Knapsack Park Upgrade
A re-elected Morrison Government will invest $1.3 million to upgrade facilities at Knapsack Park to ease parking pressure, increase safety and boost sports participation. 
Take Part in Council’s Disability Study
15 May 2019
Take Part in Council’s Disability Study
Blue Mountains City Council want to understand the needs and experiences of people living with disability and/or mental illness in the Blue Mountains. 
Fire & Rescue NSW's Open Day - 18 May
15 May 2019
Fire & Rescue NSW's Open Day - 18 May
Stuart Ayres MP, Member for Penrith encourages local residents to visit their local station for the Fire & Rescue NSW (FRNSW) Open Day on Saturday, 18 May to learn about fire prevention and meet local firefighters. 
New Inclusive Playground for Blaxland
14 May 2019
New Inclusive Playground for Blaxland
A re-elected Morrison Government will invest $500,000 to build a new inclusive playground at Blaxland Oval which will enable children of all ages and abilities to enjoy the space. 
Work for Young Job Seekers in Disability and Aged Care Sectors
14 May 2019
Work for Young Job Seekers in Disability and Aged Care Sectors
The Morrison Government is providing young job seekers in Western Sydney with the tools to kickstart a career in the disability and healthcare sectors through a new program delivered by locally based organisation Generation Australia. 
Fusion Boutique Returns to Hotel Blue with Award-Winning Missy Raines Trio from Nashville
14 May 2019
Fusion Boutique Returns to Hotel Blue with Award-Winning Missy Raines Trio from Nashville
Fusion Boutique are so very excited to announce their long overdue return to the HOTEL BLUE for 'Live at the Attic' . 
Mike + Ruthy (USA) - from The Mammals 'Live at the Attic' Upstairs at Hotel Blue
13 May 2019
Mike + Ruthy (USA) - from The Mammals 'Live at the Attic' Upstairs at Hotel Blue
Mike Merenda and Ruth Ungar are a Hudson Valley, USA based husband-and-wife duo setting the Americana/Indie-Folk scene ablaze, as a duo or with their five-piece band, The Mammals.
Singers, songwriters & storytellers, social & environmental activists, poets and parents, they tour with their children in tow, embodying a down-home approach to Americana. 
$2 Million for Blaxland Commuter Parking Upgrade
13 May 2019
$2 Million for Blaxland Commuter Parking Upgrade
Parking problems which have plagued Blaxland residents and commuters will be alleviated with a $2 million upgrade to the Blaxland commuter carpark, under a Shorten Labor Government. 
LJ Hooker Reg Cowden Memorial Sports Star of the Year Awards – March 2019
12 May 2019
LJ Hooker Reg Cowden Memorial Sports Star of the Year Awards – March 2019
The winners of the LJ Hooker Reg Cowden Memorial Sports Star of the Year Awards for the month of March 2019 have been announced by Lithgow City Council. 
$1 Million to Monitor Impacts of Climate Change and Human Activity on Blue Mountains
12 May 2019
$1 Million to Monitor Impacts of Climate Change and Human Activity on Blue Mountains
A Shorten Labor Government will provide $1million over ten years to monitor the impacts of climate change and human activity across the Blue Mountains World Heritage area. 
Autumn & Winter Activities at Penrith Regional Gallery
12 May 2019
Autumn & Winter Activities at Penrith Regional Gallery
Looking for fun activities to do with kids, friends and family when the weather cools down? Penrith Regional Gallery has something for everyone this May through till June – a variety of education workshops by day, art and music by night and a whole range of things to see and do as we settle into our knits and approach the cooling months head on! 
The World-Beating Running Festival in the Blue Mountains Next Weekend
11 May 2019
The World-Beating Running Festival in the Blue Mountains Next Weekend
Most sane people would run a mile at the thought of racing 100 kilometres on foot. But that distance is the main event at a multiday trail running festival right here in the Blue Mountains, next weekend. 
Library & Information Week 2019
11 May 2019
Library & Information Week 2019
Lithgow Library invites you to participate in Library & Information Week from the 20th to 24th May 2019 when the library will be providing the first of a series of digital information sessions. 
$5.5 Million to Establish Headspace Services in Blue Mountains and Hawkesbury
11 May 2019
$5.5 Million to Establish Headspace Services in Blue Mountains and Hawkesbury
Young people aged 12-25 in the Blue Mountains and Hawkesbury will have dedicated early intervention mental health services for the first time under a Shorten Labor Government. 
Traffic Change and Bus Service for LithGlow
10 May 2019
Traffic Change and Bus Service for LithGlow
There will be a change of traffic conditions along Inch Street Lithgow on Saturday 11 May from 3.00pm-11.00pm for LithGlow at the Blast Furnace Park. 
$15 Million for Highway Safety Upgrade at Faulconbridge
10 May 2019
$15 Million for Highway Safety Upgrade at Faulconbridge
A Shorten Labor Government would invest $15 million to deliver much needed safety improvements along the Great Western Highway at Faulconbridge. 
Record Numbers of Flu Vaccines to be Provided in 2019
10 May 2019
Record Numbers of Flu Vaccines to be Provided in 2019
Australia is on track for a record number of flu shots in 2019 following the release of 11.4 million flu vaccines to vaccine providers to date in 2019 
Register Your Interest for the Scenic World Winter Makers Market!
10 May 2019
Register Your Interest for the Scenic World Winter Makers Market!
The Scenic World Makers Market is back this winter, celebrating the talents of local artisans and creative gurus on Saturday July 13. 
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