The Cremorne streets named after Aussie test cricketers who gave birth to the Ashes legend.

2021-03-27T21:27:37+11:00January 8, 2021|News, Local History|

Australia and England first met in test match cricket in 1877, but the legend of the Ashes, the symbolic trophy the two teams play for, began on August 29, 1882, after the on-field antics of English captain W.G. Grace so incensed Australian spinner Fred Spofforth, it produced a bowling spell that scorched the oval.

Shock Departure: Serge Dansereau leaves his iconic Bathers’ Pavilion after more than 20 years.

2021-03-30T20:47:17+11:00October 6, 2020|News, Food & Drink|

Serge Dansereau has left Bathers Pavilion, after more than 20 years at the helm of his iconic Balmoral restaurant. The co-owner and Executive Chef announced his departure in a statement released to Mosman Collective by Bathers’ Managing Director Jessica Shirvington.

Mosman local lists $22 million Byron ‘hideaway’ with Michael Coombs – so is Hollywood actor Zac Efron the buyer?

2021-03-30T22:51:44+11:00September 30, 2020|News, Life & Style|

A tsunami of cashed up “lifestyle buyers” – many from the lower north shore - are flocking to Byron Bay as demand in the northern NSW town continues to surge. Homes in the former hippy haven now lure serious money, with the big dollars flooding into the exclusive enclave of Wategos Beach.

School Upgrade: New classrooms, gymnasium and a rooftop basketball court! Your first look at the all new Mosman High.

2021-03-30T22:50:14+11:00September 28, 2020|News|

This is your first look at the all new Mosman High School, a state-of-the-art educational facility boasting 16 additional classrooms, a gymnasium, performing arts unit and new outdoor play areas - including a rooftop basketball court.

Plans to Revitalise Kirribilli and McMahons Point Villages Now Open For Public Comment.

2021-03-30T23:37:02+11:00September 22, 2020|News|

The masterplans detail significant upgrades to public spaces and streetscapes in the centres. Both designs emphasise community health and wellness with a strong focus on walkability, the establishment of large, vibrant trees to provide canopy cover and a significant green corridor.

Check out these incredible neighbourhood images, transformed into epic art works!

2021-03-30T23:57:28+11:00September 20, 2020|News, Life & Style|

Sophisticated wall art or a next level selfie? Mosman is crushing on photos of itself – and art loving locals just can’t get enough. It could be a deeper appreciation for the outdoors, or perhaps the extra hours spent closer to home in the Covid era, but Mosman locals are loving one snapper’s super high resolution “neighbourhood” aerial wall prints.

Sports News: Middle Harbour Amateur Sailing Club invites YOU to try the dynamic sport of Laser Dinghy racing!

2021-03-31T00:41:28+11:00September 20, 2020|News, Life & Style|

Spending too much time at your desk? Want to raise your fitness level in a fun, active way? Do you miss being out on the water? Middle Harbour Amateur Sailing Club has just launched its 72nd annual season and is encouraging keen competitors to try Laser sailing.

Posh and Becks insane Mosman rental sells just HOURS after hitting the market – and the price will make your eyes water!

2021-03-31T02:46:00+11:00September 2, 2020|News, Property|

A glamorous Mosman trophy home famously rented to David and Victoria Beckham has quietly changed hands for a confidential sum believed to be between $20 million and $22 million. The Plunkett Rd residence was on the market for just 72 hours, with Belle Property’s Tim Foote.

Did somebody say Free Money? Find out how you can save big with a range of NSW government rebates up for grabs.

2021-03-31T20:46:31+11:00August 25, 2020|News|

Did you know there are a range of little known government benefits up for grabs? NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian is encouraging families to call Service NSW to check their eligibility and start accessing savings - right now!

What a difference a century makes! Historic subdivision plans for Mosman and the lower north shore now online.

2021-03-31T22:51:39+11:00August 19, 2020|News, Local History|

The State Library has released 40,000 subdivision maps, providing a valuable insight into the lives of New South Wales residents from 1860 to the 1930s, illustrating the spread of suburbs across Sydney and regional areas.

Mosman Mysteries Uncovered: We launch our explosive new series with the gruesome case of The Suitcase Baby.

2021-04-01T01:21:28+11:00August 5, 2020|News, Local History|

After months of painstaking research, we are thrilled to finally launch our brand new crime series: Mosman mysteries uncovered. Each week we will bring to life the hidden secrets and dark stories of Sydney’s lower north shore.

Mosman GP tells of his terrifying experience with Covid-19 and urges the community to be vigilant with social distancing.

2021-04-01T01:54:43+11:00August 3, 2020|News|

Dr Warren Lee, a GP at The Mosman Practice on Military Rd, can no longer exercise or drive after testing positive for coronavirus three months ago. The Mosman Practice GP urges people to socially distance to help prevent Covid-19.

‘2088’ Number Plates up for sale and James Spenceley is looking for a six-figure Mosman buyer!

2021-04-01T02:10:59+11:00July 30, 2020|News|

Entrepreneur James Spenceley is selling his beloved “2088” number plates, for a staggering six figure sum. The telco boss turned private investor, said to be worth than $50 million, has listed his custom plates with Shannons, where they will be auctioned next month. he spoke exclusively with Anna Usher this week.

Real Estate: House hunting? This Mosman masterpiece needs to go on your inspection list this weekend!

2021-04-01T03:44:59+11:00July 24, 2020|News, Property|

Spring has sprung early for uber-agent Michael Coombs, with a swag of high-end listings set to dominate the local market in coming weeks. Case in point is this luxury residence at 12 Delecta Ave, a five-bedroom contemporary masterpiece overlooking Middle Harbour with panoramic views across to Clontarf.

Mosman History: The Murder of Heart Surgeon Dr. Victor Chang, the man named as “Australian of the Century”.

2021-04-01T04:47:59+11:00July 3, 2020|News, Local History|

It’s Thursday, 4 July 1991, when Dr. Victor Chang climbs into his new Mercedes 500SL and pulls out of his Clontarf driveway, bound for St Vincent’s Hospital in Darlinghurst. The pioneer heart surgeon is running late, after sharing breakfast with his wife, Ann.

Crime Watch: Police seize replica pistol, ice, heroin, cannabis and cash in North Shore drug bust.

2021-10-06T12:38:48+11:00July 1, 2020|News, Crime Watch|

Five people have been charged following an operation targeting drug supply across the North Shore. Strike Force Punnet was established by officers from North Shore Police Area Command in April, to investigate the ongoing supply of the drug ‘ice’ in the local area.

Entries invited for the 2020 Mosman Art Prize – Australia‘s most prestigious municipal exhibition.

2021-04-02T02:38:06+11:00June 30, 2020|News, Life & Style|

Entries are now open for the 2020 Mosman Art Prize. The annual exhibition will take place 26 August – 4 October at Mosman Art Gallery. The Mosman Art Prize is the longest running and most prestigious municipal art prize in Australia.

Government Privatisation: Tenders called for Region 8 bus services on Sydney’s Northern Beaches and Lower North Shore.

2021-04-02T02:58:17+11:00June 24, 2020|News|

The controversial privatisation of local bus services is going ahead, with a competitive tender process for operating Region 8 bus services on Sydney’s Northern Beaches and Lower North Shore opening today.

Calls to rename National Park honouring controversial colonialist Benjamin Boyd. So, what does this mean for Neutral Bay?

2021-04-07T23:53:25+10:00June 23, 2020|News, Local History|

lls for the NSW State Government to erase the name of Ben Boyd from a national park have raised a question mark over the Neutral Bay road named after the Scottish entrepreneur and adventurer.

Crime Watch: Board game bandits break into school library – man charged after failed attempt to speak with Scomo at Kirribilli House – and a local Driver busted drifting!

2021-10-06T12:39:04+11:00June 19, 2020|News, Crime Watch|

Police have charged a 32-year-old man from the NSW Central Coast, following a failed attempt to access the Prime Minister’s official Sydney residence.

Local History: The unsolved mystery of the deadly Ghost Train inferno at Luna Park still haunts Sydney – more than 40 years later.

2021-06-09T16:36:59+10:00June 11, 2020|News, Local History|

It was winter 1979 when a young family from far west NSW travelled to Sydney for the holiday of a lifetime. Dad John, mum Jenny and their two young children Damien and Craig enjoyed a week in the ‘big smoke’, before spending their final day sight-seeing on the lower north shore.

Shock Statistics: New data reveals Cremorne and Mosman locals are stockpiling HUNDREDS of guns – and you won’t believe how big one arsenal is.

2021-04-03T00:44:46+11:00June 10, 2020|News|

There’s a growing firearm rate on the lower north shore, with latest statistics revealing hundreds of weapons stockpiled by single owners in Cremorne and Mosman.

House of the Week: See inside the Mosman Federation Masterpiece that’s looking for new owners. Could ‘Coromandel’ be your new dream home?

2021-04-03T02:36:58+11:00May 9, 2020|News, Property|

When local mum Melissa Donnelly made the decision to breathe new life into the majestic Federation residence, “Coromandel”, she had just one thing in mind – to create the perfect space for her family.

Boredom Buster: Famous fast-food recipes have just been released by some iconic chain restaurants – and we’re heading to the kitchen STAT!

2021-04-03T04:33:01+11:00April 22, 2020|News, Food & Drink|

Bored with quarantine cooking? Craving a fast-food fix? Well fear not dear friends! We’ve got you covered with some famous recipes, just released by some of the world’s most iconic restaurant brands.

Our Mightiest Whale: Michael ‘Monkey’ Munro chalks up 600 games for Mosman Rugby Club – at the age of 70!

2021-04-04T02:32:32+10:00February 24, 2020|News, Life & Style|

He is Mosman Rugby Club’s oldest player – who shows no signs of hanging up the boots just yet. Michael ‘Monkey’ Munro recently notched up an incredible 600 games for the Whales, cementing his legendary status at Rawson Oval, where he’s been playing since 1971.

Triple Threat: Ray White’s Geoff Smith lists three of Sydney’s finest homes, but you’ll need deep pockets!

2021-04-04T03:17:27+10:00February 19, 2020|News, Property|

Hot on the heels of a $23-million-dollar local sale last week, Ray White Mosman’s Geoff Smith has upped the ante, with this trio of ultra-prestige properties - and a total ticket price of more than $60 million.

Exclusive: Sydney “it girl” Deborah Symond O’Neil is coming to Mosman – and bringing Mode Sportif with her!

2021-04-04T04:47:23+10:00January 31, 2020|News, Life & Style|

She’s the fashion powerhouse and society darling, who pioneered online luxury retail brand Sportif - and now Sydney “IT GIRL” Deborah Symond O‘Neil is on her way to Mosman, with a new concept boutique for women of all ages.

Crime Latest: Have you locked up? Mosman homes burgled while residents sleep – and high performance cars are what thieves are looking for.

2021-04-04T04:58:55+10:00January 31, 2020|News|

Two homes in The Grove were broken into on Wednesday night while occupants slept, with Police confirming the offenders made attempts to steal a Porsche and Mercedes parked side-by-side in a secure garage.

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