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Penrith Schools Opening up to Share their Space Over the Spring Holidays
20 Sep 2019
Penrith Schools Opening up to Share their Space Over the Spring Holidays
Stuart Ayres MP, Member for Penrith announced this week that 7 schools across Penrith are among more than 100 Sydney schools to open their grounds to the public over the spring holidays, part of the Share Our Space initiative. 
Weed Control at Farmers Creek
20 Sep 2019
Weed Control at Farmers Creek
Contractors to undertake weed control works throughout Farmers Creek 
New Portland and Wallerawang Skate Parks Open
19 Sep 2019
New Portland and Wallerawang Skate Parks Open
The recently completed Portland and Wallerawang skate parks are causing great excitement - not only are they open well in time for the October school holidays, but also in time for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics where skateboarding events will be included for the first time which means that young ones can be inspired by their idols and then practice at their local. 
Bushfire Assistance – September 2019
19 Sep 2019
Bushfire Assistance – September 2019
Assistance from the NSW Government is available for people affected by the severe bush fires throughout various regions of NSW. 
EPA and SafeWork NSW discontinue investigations into Blue Mountains City Council
18 Sep 2019
EPA and SafeWork NSW discontinue investigations into Blue Mountains City Council
The Environment Protection Authority has discontinued its investigation into the management and disposal of asbestos waste by Blue Mountains City Council at a range of locations. 
Glenbrook Outdoor Pool Now Open
17 Sep 2019
Glenbrook Outdoor Pool Now Open
Blue Mountains Leisure Centres are gearing up for their spring/summer seasons. 
Jeff Lang to peform at the Wentworth Falls School of Arts
16 Sep 2019
Jeff Lang to peform at the Wentworth Falls School of Arts
On Saturday 21st September, Jeff Lang appears in at an impressive theatre venue, Wentworth Falls School of Arts in a thrilling concert presented by Music Hunter. 
New Experience Trails to Boost Local Tourism
15 Sep 2019
New Experience Trails to Boost Local Tourism
A new tourism project has developed three specially designed experience trails to attract more visitors to our region to stay overnight, boosting the local economy. 
Bike Week 2019 - Free Bike Skills & Bike Maintenance Workshops
15 Sep 2019
Bike Week 2019 - Free Bike Skills & Bike Maintenance Workshops
Cycling is a joy for children and it can help them stay fit. It's also good for the environment! That's why starting them early is a great idea and we're here to help - with free bike skills workshops. 
Locals Embrace Fee Free Apprenticeships
14 Sep 2019
Locals Embrace Fee Free Apprenticeships
Stuart Ayres MP, Member for Penrith today met with local apprentices who are just two of almost 25,000 people from across NSW who have already seized the opportunity to take up a trade through the NSW Governments fee free apprenticeship program which began in July 2018. 
Sculpture at Scenic World 2020 submissions now open
14 Sep 2019
Sculpture at Scenic World 2020 submissions now open
The ninth annual Sculpture at Scenic World exhibition is now welcoming submissions from creatives for the
event that transforms an ancient rainforest into contemporary art gallery. 
Lithgow Council welcomes NSW Govt’s stance on the future of Coal and Coal fired Power Stations
13 Sep 2019
Lithgow Council welcomes NSW Govt’s stance on the future of Coal and Coal fired Power Stations
Lithgow Mayor Clr Ray Thompson welcomed Energy Minister Matt Kean’s confirmation in the Daily Telegraph newspaper yesterday that “he was willing to legislate to ensure a longer term coal supply” and that referring to Mount Piper in the Lithgow region, Minister Kean confirmed he “..won’t rule out legislation to secure their (Mount Piper) coal” 
Waiting for Liberals’ $1.3 Million Knapsack Park Funding
13 Sep 2019
Waiting for Liberals’ $1.3 Million Knapsack Park Funding
The Federal Government is being urged to speed up delivery of a $1.3 million promise so that Knapsack Park’s carpark and club house upgrade can go ahead. 
Lithgow Main Street Improvements – September 2019
12 Sep 2019
Lithgow Main Street Improvements – September 2019
In the coming weeks, further improvements will be made to Lithgow’s Main Street through additional, upgraded infrastructure. 
'Get Ready' For Bush Fire Season
11 Sep 2019
'Get Ready' For Bush Fire Season
Stuart Ayres MP, Member for Penrith today announced that the weekend of 14/15 September marks "Get Ready Weekend" with local Rural Fire Services reminding the community to be aware and prepare for bush fire risks this summer. 
Lithgow Council Works – Week ending 06 September 2019
11 Sep 2019
Lithgow Council Works – Week ending 06 September 2019
“For the week ending 06 September, the following key works were completed by Council staff”, noted Council’s Mayor, Cr. Ray Thompson. 
Get Grubby coming to Blue Mountains childcare centres and primary schools, thanks to Council
11 Sep 2019
Get Grubby coming to Blue Mountains childcare centres and primary schools, thanks to Council
Australia's leading online eco-education program, Get Grubby, will help local kids learn about sustainability, thanks to a Blue Mountains City Council initiative. 
John Bell & Simon Tedeschi - Echoes of The Jazz Age
10 Sep 2019
John Bell & Simon Tedeschi - Echoes of The Jazz Age
Theatre icon and National Living Treasure, John Bell AO OBE and internationally acclaimed pianist, Simon Tedeschi join forces with the amazing Blazey Best in a world premiere collaboration celebrating the Roaring Twenties and all things jazz through words and music, on Saturday 21 September at 7.30pm at The Joan. 
Council supports small business with FREE Single Touch Payroll training
10 Sep 2019
Council supports small business with FREE Single Touch Payroll training
Blue Mountains City Council is partnering with the ATO to offer local small businesses free training sessions in Single Touch Payroll. 
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