Blue Mountains community says no to domestic violence

22 November, 2019

Scores of Blue Mountains community members attended a Blue Mountains Community Campaign Against Domestic Violence...

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15 Nov 2019
Blue Mountains Mayor Mark Greenhill has signed a statement with other Mayors from NSW and QLD that calls for urgent action on climate change to address the country’s catastrophic fire threat.
A Blue Mountains Youth Council member with the Earth Friendly Advocate sticker
14 Nov 2019
Blue Mountains Youth Council has launched a new program to motivate and recognise local businesses taking measures to protect the environment.
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11 Nov 2019
Due to the catastrophic bush fire danger rating for tomorrow (Tuesday, 12 November 2019) Council strongly recommends that the community avoid entering bushland areas given that any fire that starts will be uncontrollable and will spread quickly.
Community Forum on Warragamba Dam
10 Nov 2019
The communities of Blue Mountains City and Wollondilly Shire came together to condemn the State Government proposal to raise the Warragamba Dam wall. 
Blue Mountains Mayor Mark Greenhill and Give a Dam’s Harry Burkitt.
01 Nov 2019
Blue Mountains Mayor Mark Greenhill and Give a Dam campaign manager Harry Burkitt have urged the community to attend a forum about Warragamba Dam in one week, to send a message about what’s at stake.
Knapsack Viaduct is one such place. Credit: Ian Brown
01 Nov 2019

At its meeting this week, Council reviewed the activities and achievements of the Blue Mountains Heritage Advisory Committee (BMHAC) and endorsed its annual report for the 2018-19 financial year.

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