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Blue Mountains Aboriginal Advisory Council's 'Statement of Recognition and Commitment' endorsed by Blue Mountains City Council on eve of National Sorry Day
28 May 2021
Blue Mountains Aboriginal Advisory Council's 'Statement of Recognition and Commitment' endorsed by Blue Mountains City Council on eve of National Sorry Day
Blue Mountains City Council unanimously adopted a 'Statement of Recognition and Commitment' and acknowledged the Council's strong partnership with Gundungurra and Dharug Traditional Owners on 25 May 2021 
Have your Say - Draft Lithgow Development Control Plan 2021
28 May 2021
Have your Say - Draft Lithgow Development Control Plan 2021
Lithgow Council has released Draft Lithgow Development Control Plan 2021 (DCP) for public review and comment until 13 June 2021. 
Aussie First Indoor Snow Resort and Winter Attraction Officially Endorsed
26 May 2021
Aussie First Indoor Snow Resort and Winter Attraction Officially Endorsed
One of the hottest places on earth is a step closer to hosting year-round snow and skiing after Penrith Council this week endorsed the planning proposal to build a winter sporting facility. 
Blue Mountains City Council to attend National Summit to accelerate climate solutions
26 May 2021
Blue Mountains City Council to attend National Summit to accelerate climate solutions
Blue Mountains City Council will join the best minds in the country working on local climate solutions at the Climate Council’s Cities Power Partnership National Summit on Wednesday, 26 May 2021. 
Local Insight Key to New National Strategy to Protect Threatened Species
25 May 2021
Local Insight Key to New National Strategy to Protect Threatened Species
The Morrison Government has released a ten-year blueprint for protecting Australia’s biodiversity, The Threatened Species Strategy 2021-2031 (the Strategy), which establishes a national prioritisation framework for threatened species that targets a broader range of species, focusses on key native habitat, and drives the development of new technologies. 
New Car Park Opens at Knapsack Park; Development of Clubhouse Next
25 May 2021
New Car Park Opens at Knapsack Park; Development of Clubhouse Next
The new car park at Knapsack Park is now open and plans for the new clubhouse and amenities buildings are being finalised, so construction can get underway. 
War Memorial Repair and Restoration Project Complete
23 May 2021
War Memorial Repair and Restoration Project Complete
Blue Mountains City Council’s Open Spaces and Recreation team have recently finished repairing and restoring three local war memorials. The memorials were all in need of significant work, owing to a combination of wear and tear over time, and vandalism. 
Jeff Lang: Some Memories Never Die
23 May 2021
Jeff Lang: Some Memories Never Die
Guitarist-singer-songwriter Jeff Lang, described by Rolling Stone magazine as “Australia’s best roots-music musician”, celebrates the release of his first book with an intimate evening of words and music. 
New Community Recycling Centre opens in Blaxland
22 May 2021
New Community Recycling Centre opens in Blaxland
The new Blaxland Community Recycling Centre (CRC) has officially opened, where householders can drop off problem wastes such as paints, oils, gas bottles, fluoro lights, smoke detectors and batteries for free. 
Blue Mountains Volunteers Rally Despite Covid Challenges
21 May 2021
Blue Mountains Volunteers Rally Despite Covid Challenges
Landcare and bushcare volunteers in the Blue Mountains have continued to rally for the local environment despite the challenges brought on by COVID-19. 
Applauded Performer Darren Coggan Pays Homage to Cat Stevens with his New Show, Featuring a String Quartet
20 May 2021
Applauded Performer Darren Coggan Pays Homage to Cat Stevens with his New Show, Featuring a String Quartet
There is something ethereal about the music of Cat Stevens. He inspired generations, and his music still has as much impact today as it did when he first penned songs such as Peace Train, Moonshadow, Wild World, Morning Has Broken, Where Do The Children Play and Father and Son. 
No Rest for this Retiree: How Annie became an Award-Winning Photography Student at 69
20 May 2021
No Rest for this Retiree: How Annie became an Award-Winning Photography Student at 69
A 69-year-old Penrith local has credited TAFE NSW with helping her to explore her life-long passion for visual arts, after retiring from a decades-long, high-flying career, which included a stint at The Pentagon. 
Virtuosos Steve Hunter & Matt McMahon perform in Katoomba
19 May 2021
Virtuosos Steve Hunter & Matt McMahon perform in Katoomba
Between them, Steve & Matt have played live & recorded albums with literally hundreds of high profile artists and bands. Matt joined Steve's band 22 years ago and has been there ever since so they have a substantial well of material to draw from. 
Renewed Union Theatre Reopens to Support Cultural Activity in the Region
18 May 2021
Renewed Union Theatre Reopens to Support Cultural Activity in the Region
Following recent front of house renovations and construction of new back of house facilities, Lithgow City Council launches the renewed Union Theatre. 
RSPCA NSW celebrates National Volunteer Week
18 May 2021
RSPCA NSW celebrates National Volunteer Week
From Monday 17 to Sunday 23 May, RSPCA NSW celebrates the pawsitive contribution our volunteers have made to animal welfare during National Volunteer Week 2021. 
New ‘Heavy Patch’ Road Works Underway across the Mountains
17 May 2021
New ‘Heavy Patch’ Road Works Underway across the Mountains
Blue Mountains City Council has commenced an escalated city-wide road fixing program, to address the extensive damage caused by the recent natural disaster and flooding. 
Lithgow City Orchestra is Thanking Our Volunteers
17 May 2021
Lithgow City Orchestra is Thanking Our Volunteers
On the 22 May a very special morning tea will take place at the Lithgow Library. Lithgow Council is proud to host the Volunteers Morning Tea to thank the many volunteers who contribute so much to our community. 
WOW: Council turns orange in support of SES volunteers
16 May 2021
WOW: Council turns orange in support of SES volunteers
Council is turning orange this month in a show of support for the dedicated volunteers of the NSW State Emergency Services (SES). 
Blue Mountains to Host 7th Australian Bushfire Building Conference
16 May 2021
Blue Mountains to Host 7th Australian Bushfire Building Conference
Many of the nation’s top bushfire experts will meet in the Blue Mountains later this year to share their knowledge and experience of how to protect communities from the threat of bushfires. 
J M Robson Aquatic Centre endorsed Rainbow Club
16 May 2021
J M Robson Aquatic Centre endorsed Rainbow Club
Lithgow City Council’s J M Robson Aquatic centre welcomed the commencement of the Rainbow Club on Sunday 2 May 2021. 
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