Local swimmers are again furious following news North Sydney’s historic Olympic pool complex has been further delayed until July 2024.
A new children’s crossing outside Mosman Public School is set to be installed in time for the new school year.
Supermarket giant Woolworths officially opens the doors of its new neighbourhood offering in Mosman village next week.
Local retailers have come out swinging with a swag of Black Friday deals to kick start your Christmas festivities.
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Following a Mosman Collective social media campaign, North Sydney Council will install new bicycle ring parking at Folly Point.
Wondering how to write a letter to Santa Claus? Worried about it getting to the big guy on time? Well, here’s what you (and your little ones) need to know about writing to Father Christmas from Australia this holiday season.
Christmas is officially on the way and a truck load of festive fun is about to sweep through the suburbs of Mosman, Cremorne, Neutral Bay, North Sydney and surrounds.
Australians around the country gathered last Saturday, observing a minute's silence at 11am, to commemorate Remembrance Day.
Get ready Manly fans. The Sea Eagles will host ten home games at 4 Pines Park next season following the release of the 2024 NRL Telstra Premiership draw.
It was a busy week for Mosman Collective photographer Graham Monro from gmphotographics, who’s captured some truly memorable moments in our local neighbourhood.
Looking for some new wall art – 100% FREE? Head to a special community art show in Waverton on November 11 and 12.
Shoppers in Mosman can win some cold, hard cash this Christmas, thanks to a festive initiative from the Chamber of Commerce.
Beauty Point resident Julia Hammans set herself an epic running challenge in the name of charity.
A woman has been captured allegedly breaking off the centre branch of an established Frangipani tree in the front yard of a Mosman home.
Vampires, pirates and flouro wearing tradies were just some of the costumes lurking around local streets for Halloween.
North Sydney PCYC members are "devastated" to learn the 70-year-old club will make way for a new ambulance station.
Shopping centre owner Vicinity has doubled down on its exposure to the luxury retail market by securing an almost-half stake in Chatswood Chase for $307 million.
Mosman’s much-loved Pets Day Out attracted a record number of furry friends and their owners last weekend, and Graham Monro from gmphotographics was there to capture all the action.
Residents of Lavender Bay and Kirribilli are among the highest water users in Sydney, according to new statistics just released.
The car at the centre of a police investigation into the shooting of a one-time high-ranking bikie member has been removed from a Neutral Bay crime scen
North Sydney Council has announced the winners of its annual Garden Competition.
This year’s Halloween falls on a Tuesday, which means local kids – and an inevitable influx of visitors – will be on several local streets to Trick or Treat.
The closure of a landmark local bookstore after 30 years of trading has sent shock waves through the community, with declining sales and a generational change in reading habits to blame.
Two Mosman men have been charged with assault after an alleged incident at the pro-Palestine rally that took place at the Sydney Opera House last week.
Hot on the heels of Don’t Tell Uncle, one of Sydney’s hottest Indian restaurants in Cammeray, comes an elevated bistro dining experience in the former home of a much-loved local pub.
A ten-day program featuring more than 60 events is set to bring the community together in the 2023 Festival of Mosman.
Pub patrons enjoying a night at Hotel Mosman were left coughing and gasping for air after a sick prank by a local teenager left two women and several staff members with breathing difficulties.
A Mosman butcher who’s dedicated twenty years to serving the local community has been forced to relocate his business after being refused a new lease.
A Kirribilli pensioner will upgrade his old model flip phone after scoring more than $100,000 in last week’s Lucky Lotteries Super Jackpot draw.
A Kurraba Point woman is lucky to be alive after an early morning swim at Manly turned deadly. Katherine Smith was not expected to survive after she was pulled from the water with no pulse at 6:30am on July 29.
End of an Era: Popular Mosman fashion and accessories retailer Savoir Faire to close after 30 years.
The owner of a long-standing fashion accessories shop is ready to say goodbye to her customers after nearly 30 years of trading.
The $10 billion Northern Beaches Tunnel has been officially abandoned by the Minns Government.
Lower north shore voters will head to the polls for the Voice to Parliament referendum on Saturday 14 October.
Lower north shore residents are being urged to prepare for major road closures this weekend, as 40,000 runners hit the city for the 2023 Sydney Marathon.
Work is underway to replace the Harnett Park footbridge which was partially destroyed in a storm in December last year.
Friends, family and veterans gathered quietly this week to farewell on of Australia’s most decorated war heroes, Major Jack Harold Skipper MC.
Mosman Council has voted to fight against an Aboriginal Land Claim at Balmoral worth up to $100 million.
Neutral Bay's busiest supermarket will be demolished and replaced by a "mixed-use village" in a $170 million project just lodged with North Sydney Council.
Want to become Dad’s favourite child this year? Then, it’s time to get cracking with some Father’s Day goodies to celebrate the numero uno man in your life!
The Voice Australia: Mosman High student Elsa Marilyn thrills superstar coaches with “perfect audition”.
A Year 12 student from Mosman High School has floored all four coaches on reality show The Voice Australia with a dazzling cover of Joni Mitchell’s “Big Yellow Taxi”.
The Shorelink Libraries network, which includes Stanton Library and Mosman Library, has started its new Join Up, Join In membership campaign.
Mosman residents can now help prevent soft plastics from going to waste by signing up to a new free recycling program.
“The Esky’s are staying”: Pickled Possum set for $15.6 million development including a high-rise boarding house.
Late night revellers at Neutral Bay’s Pickled Possum will be able to sleep off their hangovers upstairs, if a plan to redevelop the famous address into a high-rise boarding house is approved.
A Chatswood man has admitted to wandering the streets of Chatswood in a daze after his trip to get the morning newspaper revealed his $2.6 million Saturday Lotto win.
Mary-Louise McLaws, Mosman resident and epidemiologist who helped guide Australians through the Covid-19 pandemic, has died aged 70 due to a long-term sickness.
A posture expert with more than 648,000 TikTok followers has revealed the worst possible way to catch some Z’s, and it’s not good news for stomach sleepers.
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Paul Dracakis, the leading Sydney jeweller with a long-standing business on Military Rd, has died aged 83.
Do you have the best garden in North Sydney LGA? Enter Council’s annual green-thumb competition and WIN!
Grab those secateurs and power up the lawn mower! Entries are about to close for the North Sydney Council Garden Competition 2023.
Community Choir: Local shower singers needed for Christmas Carols at the Rotunda – no experience needed!
Hark – it’s not just the Angels who will be singing at Balmoral Rotunda this Christmas! The call is out for local resident’s keen to form a Community Choir.
Locals can look forward to the re-launch of Mosman’s popular monthly markets this Saturday, with a free sausage sizzle, plant giveaway and a record number of stalls.
It’s the end of an era in Neutral Bay, with the local post office operating for over half a century set to shut its doors on August 12.
A North Sydney property operating as a popular Brothel is on the market, offering lower north shore buyers bang for their buck and potential for the ultimate in happy endings.
Almost $70,000 has been allocated to 21 local organisations through Mosman Council’s 2023/24 Community Grants Program.
In just under a year, the Games of the 33rd Olympiad in Paris will be underway, with the Opening Ceremony taking place on 26 July.
Work is expected to begin in late August to replace the Harnett Park footbridge which was partially destroyed when a tree fell in a storm in December.
Barbie and Oppenheimer took the lower north shore by storm this week – and officially blew up the local box office.
An urban myth about jacaranda trees on the lower north shore is about to become a reality, with North Sydney Council gifting parents a purple sapling to celebrate the birth of a baby.
Get excited people! Mosman’s much loved monthly market returns on Saturday 5 August with a free sausage sizzle to celebrate the official opening of the newly refurbished Mosman Square and Village Green.
Eric Wong, 29, appeared at Hornsby Local Court after pleading guilty to two counts of filming a person’s private parts without consent.
Hundreds of baby seahorses released into Chowder Bay and this is the cutest thing you’ll see all week!
Marine scientists have successfully completed the world’s biggest release of seahorses into Chowder Bay.
Kurraba Point ferry passengers have been left in the lurch after authorities closed the wharf without warning.
Mosman High re-opens its doors to welcome students and teachers after major transformation. See inside!
Students and teachers at Mosman High have embraced the start of Term 3, with a new multi-purpose hall, theatre, library, canteen and 16 new classrooms finally unveiled as part of the school’s major transformation.
Mosman Art Gallery has appointed eminent artist, Fiona Lowry, as the expert entrusted with judging this year’s Mosman Art Prize.
Locals keen to dine in the opulent grounds of Boronia House can instead indulge in Botox – not beer – with news that a five-star beauty salon is set to open in the landmark building.
Mosman Square has been reopened to the public and the Village Green is set to reopen at the end of July.
New builders for Mosman’s controversial Allan Border Oval project – and we can reveal the completion date!
Building work on Allan Border Oval’s new pavilion has finally resumed, after lengthy delays caused by the financial collapse of the project’s original contractor.
Barry O’Keefe Library is undergoing some updates with two new lounge areas set for completion by the end of July to provide additional spaces to read and relax.
Lower north shore motorists warned to prepare for long term Military Rd lane changes starting June 16.
Local commuters face delays and traffic confusion when major road changes get underway this week as part of the Warringah Freeway upgrade project.
Mortgage stress has reached its highest level since 2008, with nearly 30 per cent of borrowers being rated “at risk” after 12 consecutive interest rate hikes since May last year.
Mosman model and podcaster Harrison Kennedy launches fashion brand, and local kids can’t get enough!
It’s been a busy twelve months for international model and Mosman local Harrison Kennedy.
Get ready sports fans! One of soccer's biggest events is heading Down Under for a month of fierce global competition this winter, and the Harbour Bridge will be part of the action!
If you caught the Anzac Day fly-past over Sydney Harbour in 2014, then you witnessed Flight Lieutenant Bill Purdy’s skill in the lead aircraft. Behind him, 40 Tiger Moth aircraft flew in formation. He’d just turned 91.
Two of Australia’s most iconic homes – located right on the shores of Sydney Harbour - are open to the public this weekend in a lower north shore free event not to be missed.
Huge crowd in attendance for lecture on iconic Mosman artists Margaret Preston, Hilda Rix-Nicholas and Ethel Carrick-Fox.
More than 200 art-lovers came to Mosman Art Gallery on 19 May to hear from Art Gallery of NSW experts, Claire Eggleston and Denise Mimmocchi, talk about the triumphs, trials and tribulations of pre and post-war local women artists.
John Ward, respected photographer who captured Sydney’s public transport system for five decades, dies aged 80.
Transport buffs are mourning the death of John “Bottle” Ward, a respected historian who dedicated much of his life to documenting Sydney buses, trains, ferries and trams.
Vandals have attacked historic Boronia House overnight, smashing several windows and spraying anti-Police vitriol across the building in blue and red paint.
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After signing a historic partnership with the Victorian heavyweights, the mighty North Sydney Bears will become a feeder club for Craig Bellamy’s Melbourne Storm in 2024.
Mosman's Westpac Bank will welcome St George customers into its branch from August. By ANNA [...]
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The question on every thrifty Australian skier’s (and boarder’s) mind before the start of the ski season is finally answered: The ALDI Snow Gear Sale is back for 2023!
The Commodore Hotel has been offloaded by John Azar’s Good Beer Company to businessman Glenn Piper for $29 million.
A high school teacher found with "upskirt" videos of female students in his classroom has been labelled by police as brazen and predatory.
North Sydney’s historic MLC Building – the north shore’s first high-rise – has been saved from demolition after a NSW court rejected a developer’s plan to knock it down for a cutting edge new tower.
The King and Queen Consort will travel to the Coronation in a Northern Beaches built carriage hand-crafted with priceless artifacts that tell the story of Great Britain and the Commonwealth.
Police are appealing for witnesses to come forward after a 16-year-old boy was brutally attacked in Mosman last Thursday.
Mosman Fire Station: Locals invited to go behind the scenes and meet a Fire Fighter at special Open Day.
Lower north shore boys and girls will have the chance to meet a Fire Fighter and get behind the wheel of a fire engine this month.
A Mosman woman caught drink driving three times in four months was sentenced in Manly Court on Friday.
Australian clothing designer Katie Perry has won a David and Goliath court battle against American pop princess Katy Perry, who in 2009 fought to cramp the young Mosman mother’s style.
Two-up is a traditional Australian game played legally only on ANZAC Day in pubs and clubs.
Budding artists have until Friday, 28 April, to register and submit their drawings, paintings, photographs, videos, prints, sculptures or ceramics to try their hand at winning the prestigious Mosman Youth Art Prize.
The cost of North Sydney’s Olympic Pool rebuild has exploded to at least $89 million - $31 million more than the original estimate, according to an independent review commissioned by Council.
Keith died in the early hours of the 6th of April after a quiet fight with cancer.
Local motorists can expect heavy traffic in and out of the city on Thursday, with Good Friday traffic expected to cause delays on major arterial roads from 10am on April 7.
Mosman Council will join the State and Federal Governments in banning the popular social media app TikTok from employee devices, including phones and computers, citing security concerns.
Elizabeth “Betty” Gemmell has lived through two world wars, the Great Depression, a moon landing and Covid.