Fifty years ago, Lower North Shore Nuns went to court over the right to stage ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’.

2021-09-23T07:35:17+10:00September 22, 2021|News, Local History|

Local History: An unholy row between Theatrical Agent Harry M Miller and a Loreto Kirribilli Nun played out on Sydney's front pages in September 1971, after a legal battle over a school performance of rock-opera Jesus Christ Superstar.

Attack on Sydney Harbour: In 1942, Japanese submarines brought WWII to Mosman’s doorstep.

2021-05-31T15:00:32+10:00May 31, 2021|News, Local History|

Nobody ever expected Mosman to become the front line of World War Two. But on a crisp Autumn evening in 1942, as the sun dipped west behind the Sydney Harbour Bridge, the final stage of an audacious plan to invade Australia's largest city was almost complete.

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