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Public Hearing: The Gully Aboriginal Place
29 Jul 2021
Public Hearing: The Gully Aboriginal Place
Council is holding a Public Hearing on the Draft Plan of Management (POM) for The Gully Aboriginal Place in Katoomba and the proposed recategorisation of community land. 
Campaign launched to stop illegal dumping in the Blue Mountains
29 Jul 2021
Campaign launched to stop illegal dumping in the Blue Mountains
Blue Mountains City Council, in partnership with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), has launched a new public education campaign to raise awareness of illegal dumping in our region. 
Crayfish key to waterways health
28 Jul 2021
Crayfish key to waterways health
Just like the canary in the coalmine, the presence or absence of freshwater crayfish can tell us a lot about creek health in the Blue Mountains. 
Runoff to ruin iconic Bullaburra Swamp
27 Jul 2021
Runoff to ruin iconic Bullaburra Swamp
Labor Councillor Romola Hollywood has lodged a notice of motion ahead of the Council meeting on 27 July to protect an iconic Blue Mountains Swamp. 
Roadworks to Commence on Wolgan Road, Wolgan Valley
26 Jul 2021
Roadworks to Commence on Wolgan Road, Wolgan Valley
Lithgow Council is to temporarily close Wolgan Road, Wolgan Valley, due to planned upgrades. 
Children's online programming returns to the Mountains!
26 Jul 2021
Children's online programming returns to the Mountains!
Blue Mountains Library are pleased to announce that a brand new series of online videos for pre-schoolers will be hitting the airwaves as of next week. 
Registered Nurses Needed for Local COVID-19 Vaccination Effort
23 Jul 2021
Registered Nurses Needed for Local COVID-19 Vaccination Effort
More registered nurses are needed to help vaccinate the Blue Mountains community against COVID-19. Wentworth Healthcare, the provider of the Nepean Blue Mountains Primary Health Network, has been working closely with the Department of Health and general practices to support the local vaccination roll-out, and is calling on local nurses to join the effort. 
Blue Mountains Visitor Economy Primed To Drive Future Demand With NSW Government Support
23 Jul 2021
Blue Mountains Visitor Economy Primed To Drive Future Demand With NSW Government Support
The Blue Mountains visitor economy will be boosted by a share in $5.5 million in NSW Government grants to support product development, marketing programs and business events statewide. 
Artist callout for bushfire exhibition
21 Jul 2021
Artist callout for bushfire exhibition
Lithgow City Council is inviting artists and community members to submit artworks for a special exhibition documenting the 2019/20 Black Summer bushfires. 
Interruption to water supply -Lithgow
21 Jul 2021
Interruption to water supply -Lithgow
Lithgow City Council advises that water supply in Coalbrook, Davey, Stephenson, Wear and Geordie Streets will be affected on Friday 23 July to 30 July 2021 between the hours of 7 am to 5pm. 
Blaxland local cooks up a win in regional training awards
20 Jul 2021
Blaxland local cooks up a win in regional training awards
Blaxland local Tyler Pockran has been announced as the winner of School-Based Apprentice of the Year at the Central and Northern Sydney Training Awards hosted by Training Services NSW. 
New support packages for small and micro businesses announced
16 Jul 2021
New support packages for small and micro businesses announced
This week the Australian and NSW Governments announced that a number of new support packages will be rolled out to assist businesses during the current NSW COVID-19 lockdown. 
NSW COVID-19 Support Package to help the Blue Mountains
15 Jul 2021
NSW COVID-19 Support Package to help the Blue Mountains
The Morrison Government has upgraded its national response to COVID-19 outbreaks, with increased and expanded payments for individuals and business through the NSW COVID-19 Support Package. 
Lithgow Celebrates NAIDOC with Story Time at the Library
14 Jul 2021
Lithgow Celebrates NAIDOC with Story Time at the Library
As part of NAIDOC celebrations, a special story time was held at Lithgow Library on Wednesday 7 July 2021 with young Wiradjuri woman and Youth Councillor Ella Zorz as special guest. 
Lithgow’s Own Advocates for First Nation’s Voice
13 Jul 2021
Lithgow’s Own Advocates for First Nation’s Voice
NAIDOC Week is a time of year when we especially celebrate our ongoing relationship with First Nation’s people of our region. 
Art and Identity Explored in TAFE NSW Cultural Arts Program
11 Jul 2021
Art and Identity Explored in TAFE NSW Cultural Arts Program
TAFE NSW Katoomba is engaging Aboriginal artists in the Blue Mountains to share their stories through art in a unique “Painting up Country” program. 
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. 
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