Police are seeking help to find a missing man, last seen at Wentworth Falls on Tuesday, February 18.
Paul Nyssen, aged 64, was last spoken to about 8.30am on February 18. It is believed he was in the Station St shopping area of Wentworth Falls. There has been no contact made since then.
Police have serious concerns for his welfare as Mr Nyssen has a number of medical conditions. He is described as Caucasian, about 188cm tall, slim, with short grey hair, brown eyes and facial stubble. He is believed to be wearing loose blue jeans, a black jumper, tan colored work boots and carrying a large backpack.
Anyone with information about Mr Nyssen's whereabouts is urged to call Springwood Police on 4751 0299, Katoomba Police on 4782 8199 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
A motorcyclist from Faulconbridge has wrist and hip injuries after falling from the motorbike during a collision with a 4WD on the highway on Sunday morning.
The rider, a 20-year-old man from Faulconbridge, hit the back of a Toyota RAV 4, after the driver 49, from St Andrews, performed a legal U-Turn in front of the motorcyclist, at Faulconbridge, police said.
The rider was flown to Westmead Hospital. The matter is under investigation by police.
A man has been arrested at a Katoomba business and charged over the alleged domestic-related murder of Jenoa Sutton in Lithgow nearly eight years ago.
Emergency services were called to a home on Macaulay Street in Lithgow at 4.15pm on March 8, 2012, after the body of 27-year-old Ms Sutton was located in the bathroom. A post-mortem examination found she died of a head injury and drowning.
Following extensive investigations, detectives arrested a 50-year-old man at a business in Katoomba on February 20, charging him with murder.
The Bowenfels man was to appear at Penrith Local Court on February 21.
Anyone with information that may assist detectives should call Crime Stoppers.
A blue Volkswagen swerved off the highway at Valley Heights about 5.20pm on February 21, rolling into the bushes and coming to rest on its roof.
"The driver was not injured and was able to exit the vehicle without assistance," said Blue Mountains Police Detective Inspector Scott McAlpine. "Police, Fire and Rescue, and Ambulance NSW attended. The driver was not intoxicated. The vehicle required towing."