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Helen Walker OAM passes away

Helen Walker OAM, who was named Blue Mountains Citizen of the Year in January, has passed away. She was 66-years-old. A memorial service will be...

Local man threatened over ‘vote no’ stance

Cameron Phillips wants the local community to know that he doesn’t have a problem with homosexuals, he just wants democracy in his hometown. The 67-year-old,...

Gardens set to come alive

It’s the season of colour and what better way to celebrate than with the annual Leura Gardens Festival. 2017 marks the festival’s 53rd year and...

Local MPs rejected from airport Forum

Emma Husar and Susan Templeman are fuming after they were rejected from becoming members of a Forum helping to guide the future of the...

Two men charged after bike store break-in

Two men have been charged after a break-in at a Blue Mountains bicycle store yesterday. About 2.45am on Monday, a Ford utility was used to...

Council proudly flies flag in support of marriage equality

Blue Mountains City Council is proudly flying the rainbow flag for same-sex marriage. The vote was unanimous at this week’s Council meeting to fly the...

Bushwalking club celebrates golden anniversary

Springwood Bushwalking Club (SBC) is celebrating their 50th anniversary by releasing their very own book. Adventures, Friends and Memories is a 250 page memoir that...

Bags that come back

Boomerang Bags are about to be launched in the Blue Mountains. The idea of the biodegradable bags is that local shops will have stock available...

New party has strong local flavour

A new political party has been established with one of its founding members hailing from our very own backyard. Mark Ptolemy, from Winmalee, is one...

Man charged after barricade situation

A man will face court today after a barricade situation in the Blue Mountains region. Police were called to a health facility on Woodlands Road,...