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Compost is Vital to Good Soil Health and Climate Resilience
26 Apr 2021
Compost is Vital to Good Soil Health and Climate Resilience
The effects of climate change have become more apparent in recent years, through changes in average temperatures and more frequent and intense extreme weather events such as severe droughts and floods. 
Have your say on the future of Wentworth Falls Lake Park and Buttenshaw Park
26 Apr 2021
Have your say on the future of Wentworth Falls Lake Park and Buttenshaw Park
Blue Mountains City Council has released a draft Plan of Management (POM) and draft Masterplan for Wentworth Falls Lake Park and Buttenshaw Park. 
Council Announces Community Grants for Recovery and Resilience
25 Apr 2021
Council Announces Community Grants for Recovery and Resilience
Blue Mountains City Council is offering grants up to $7000 to fund community-led projects that aid social and environmental recovery and support community disaster resilience. 
Historic Tree Needing Removal - Queen Elizabeth Park, Lithgow
25 Apr 2021
Historic Tree Needing Removal - Queen Elizabeth Park, Lithgow
Lithgow has a lovely stock of established trees. They are part of the city’s appeal and character. But unfortunately, they have a finite lifetime. To ensure that they are managed without causing hazards to people the Council undertakes regular inspections. 
Australian Military Bank Welcomes Action on Veteran Suicide in Australia
24 Apr 2021
Australian Military Bank Welcomes Action on Veteran Suicide in Australia
Australian Military Bank welcomes the announcement from the Australian Government regarding the high rates of suicide within the Veteran community and looks forward to seeing tangible outcomes for impacted Australians who serve our country and their families. 
BMCC Condemns State Government for Failing to Apply Housing Code Exemption
24 Apr 2021
BMCC Condemns State Government for Failing to Apply Housing Code Exemption
Blue Mountains City Council has condemned the State Government for failing to issue the Blue Mountains with an exemption from the Low Rise Housing Diversity Code (formerly the Low Rise Medium Density Housing Code). 
Using Transport Data to Keep You Moving
24 Apr 2021
Using Transport Data to Keep You Moving
How can technology deliver better and safer transport options? 
Bushfire Recovery Improvements to Boost Regions Safety and Resilience
24 Apr 2021
Bushfire Recovery Improvements to Boost Regions Safety and Resilience
Lithgow City Council has been successful in two applications under the Bushfire Community Recovery & Resilience Fund (BCRRF) – Stream 2 for a total of $600,000 in important safety projects in the wake of the Gospers Mountain fire emergency. 
Community members honoured at 2021 Senior's Festival Recognition Awards
23 Apr 2021
Community members honoured at 2021 Senior's Festival Recognition Awards
The crucial role that volunteers, and other key community members play in supporting our community's most vulnerable (especially through a global pandemic), were honoured at this month's Senior's Festival Recognition Awards. 
Get Ready Event Supports our Seniors
23 Apr 2021
Get Ready Event Supports our Seniors
Lithgow City Council and Lithgow Red Cross were proud to deliver the Get Ready Seniors talk on emergency preparedness to community members as part of Seniors Week 2021. 
Junior Futsal Finals
23 Apr 2021
Junior Futsal Finals
The final week of the Summer Competition for Futsal was held recently at the Katoomba Sports and Aquatic Centre. 
Show time in the Hawkesbury!
22 Apr 2021
Show time in the Hawkesbury!
Cancelled last year due to essential COVID-19 health restrictions, the beloved Hawkesbury Show is returning in 2021, with Liberal Senator for Western Sydney, Senator the Hon Marise Payne, encouraging Sydneysiders to visit the Show. 
Do you know a local group or organisation deserving of recognition in resilience and recovery?
22 Apr 2021
Do you know a local group or organisation deserving of recognition in resilience and recovery?
Lithgow Council is urging local organisations and groups to apply for the NSW Get Ready Community award and the Resilient Australia Awards. 
Firefighters to harness weather to better protect NSW communities
21 Apr 2021
Firefighters to harness weather to better protect NSW communities
Fire agencies, land managers and private landholders will take advantage of some of the best weather conditions since last spring to conduct vital hazard reduction burns across the state this week. These controlled burns will help reduce fuel loads and provide thousands of homes with added protection from bush fire. 
Temporary Closure: Some walking tracks in Katoomba-Leura area
20 Apr 2021
Temporary Closure: Some walking tracks in Katoomba-Leura area
Wednesday 21 to Friday 23 April 2021 – weather dependent 
2021 Community Building Partnership Program Now Open
20 Apr 2021
2021 Community Building Partnership Program Now Open
Stuart Ayres MP, Member for Penrith today announced applications are now open for the 2021 Community Building Partnership program, unlocking $27.9 million for community infrastructure projects across NSW. 
Heritage Items Found at Emu Plains Commuter Car Park Site
20 Apr 2021
Heritage Items Found at Emu Plains Commuter Car Park Site
Melissa McIntosh, Federal Member for Lindsay and Stuart Ayres MP, Member for Penrith yesterday announced that work at the site of the new Emu Plains Commuter car park project has been temporarily paused following the discovery of a number of Aboriginal heritage items on the site. 
Lapstone Station Upgrade Open Ahead of Schedule
18 Apr 2021
Lapstone Station Upgrade Open Ahead of Schedule
Stuart Ayres MP, Member for Penrith announced on Friday that the new look Lapstone Station opened, 6 months ahead of schedule, featuring improved safety and accessibility for public transport customers. 
Save Time, Do It Online - Free VPIT Training Available
17 Apr 2021
Save Time, Do It Online - Free VPIT Training Available
Local Land Services (LLS) has urged landholders to make the most of its free, online Vertebrate Pesticide Induction Training (VPIT) course as autumn baiting kicks into gear. 
Discover more at the Blue Mountains Cultural Centre and Theatre with Dine & Discover vouchers
16 Apr 2021
Discover more at the Blue Mountains Cultural Centre and Theatre with Dine & Discover vouchers
The NSW Government has launched Dine & Discover NSW to encourage the community to get out and about and support local dining, arts and tourism businesses. 
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