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Have Your Say on the Future of Major Tourist Destinations
2 May 2021
Have Your Say on the Future of Major Tourist Destinations
Council is inviting feedback on some of the best known Blue Mountains tourist attractions, as it prepares the Southern Escarpment Masterplan. 
Keep Local Roads Safe: Slow Down in My Street
2 May 2021
Keep Local Roads Safe: Slow Down in My Street
There is no such thing as safe speeding. Reducing your speed on local roads means you’re doing your bit to saves local lives. 
Victor Martinez Parada Live In Concert in Katoomba
1 May 2021
Victor Martinez Parada Live In Concert in Katoomba
On SAT 15th MAY audiences have the opportunity to experience one of the world’s finest classical Latin-American avant-garde guitarists "The Chilean Hendrix” Victor Martinez Parada live in person when he performs at the beautiful Baroque Room, Carrington Hotel, Blue Mountains thanks to Fusion Boutique. 
Learn About Local History with 'Blue Mountains Stories: A Moment in Time'
1 May 2021
Learn About Local History with 'Blue Mountains Stories: A Moment in Time'
'Blue Mountains Stories: A moment in time' is an exciting joint initiative between Blue Mountains City Council and our local museums and historical societies with museum collections. 
Leading logging and haulage firm celebrates 60 years
1 May 2021
Leading logging and haulage firm celebrates 60 years
Oberon-based Mangan Logging & Haulage has reached a major milestone with the Australian-owned business marking 60 years of operation and welcoming its fourth generation into the family-run business. 
New Police Recruits Join Nepean & Blue Mountains
30 Apr 2021
New Police Recruits Join Nepean & Blue Mountains
Six new probationary constables have commenced duties across the Nepean/Blue Mountains Police Area Commands after they attested at a ceremony at the Goulburn Police Academy. 
Managing Erosion Before and After Floods
30 Apr 2021
Managing Erosion Before and After Floods
Following severe flooding across large parts of NSW, Local Land Services is urging landholders to be on the lookout for riverbank erosion. 
Feral Pig Captured in Lawson
29 Apr 2021
Feral Pig Captured in Lawson
Biosecurity experts have praised the quick thinking of a Lawson resident after removing a large feral pig from an urban street in the Blue Mountains suburb. 
LithGlow 2021 a Sell-Out Success
29 Apr 2021
LithGlow 2021 a Sell-Out Success
All tickets have now been sold and the program has been finalised for the return of LithGlow in 2021 on Saturday the 8th of May. The program offers a fun-filled night that will keep the whole family entertained. 
Get Involved in a Heritage Garden Project at Eskbank House Museum
28 Apr 2021
Get Involved in a Heritage Garden Project at Eskbank House Museum
Eskbank House Museum is looking to bring together a small group of gardening and history enthusiasts to participate in a project to develop and nurture a heritage garden. 
Call For Applications - New Local Land Services Board Chair Needed
28 Apr 2021
Call For Applications - New Local Land Services Board Chair Needed
Local Land Services is calling on passionate, innovative and highly experienced individuals to apply for the vacant Chair position of the Local Land Services Statewide Board. 
Fears for iconic Blue Mountains Swamp
27 Apr 2021
Fears for iconic Blue Mountains Swamp
An iconic Blue Mountains Swamp, home to the endangered Blue Mountains Water Skink and the Giant Dragonfly, is rapidly collapsing as a consequence of cost-cutting decisions made by the Roads and Traffic Authority in 2009. 
Springwood and Katoomba Town Centres Upgrades to Support Local Jobs
27 Apr 2021
Springwood and Katoomba Town Centres Upgrades to Support Local Jobs
The Morrison Government has approved funding for safety and amenity upgrades to the Katoomba and Springwood town centres, delivering on its local election commitments and supporting local jobs. 
Putting Students’ Wellbeing First
26 Apr 2021
Putting Students’ Wellbeing First
The wellbeing needs of high school students have drastically increased throughout the 21st century, particularly in recent years. Blue Mountains Grammar School is leading the way with innovative wellbeing programs and has recently announced their latest development, a Student Centre focused on wellbeing and student services to be completed on the Wentworth Falls Senior School campus. 
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). 
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