Cammeraygal Science teacher “brazen and predatory” to secretly film female students in classroom.
A high school teacher found with "upskirt" videos of female students in his classroom has been labelled by police as brazen and predatory.
This Cremorne Point harbourfront apartment is on the market for the first time in 60 years.
A lower north shore “bolt hole” used as a city escape for a well-known NSW farming family is on the market for the first time in its history.
This Week in History: May 1 – May 8.
Our new weekly column from local journalist Kathryn Barton turns back time to meet the people and witness the events that shaped life on the lower north shore.
Court Decides: North Sydney’s iconic MLC Building saved from demolition.
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.
Charles and Camilla choose Manly-built Diamond Jubilee State Coach for Coronation!
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.
Reservoir Park Ambush: Mosman teen brutally attacked with knife and a brick by masked men.
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.
Mosman woman charged with multiple drink driving offences sentenced in Manly Court.
A Mosman woman caught drink driving three times in four months was sentenced in Manly Court on Friday.
Lower north shore fashion designer Katie Perry wins court battle against Katy Perry.
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.
This Week in History: April 23 – April 29.
Our new weekly column from local journalist Kathryn Barton turns back the clock to meet the people and witness the events that shaped life on the lower north shore in years gone by.
Mega Photo Gallery: See how Mosman residents commemorated Anzac Day 2023.
Lower north shore residents turned out in their thousands to commemorate Anzac Day in Mosman and North Sydney on Tuesday.
Pub Rock is back! Revellers enter “The Twilight Zone” in sell out Mosman concert.
Sore heads, ringing ears, and the odd rock-and-roll earworm greeted revellers the morning after The Big Gig at Mosman RSL.
Head ‘Em Up: Where to play Two-Up on the Lower North Shore this Anzac Day.
Two-up is a traditional Australian game played legally only on ANZAC Day in pubs and clubs.
Council Roundup: Are you ready, kids? Mosman Youth Art Prize submissions due Friday 28 April.
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.
Myra Taylor-Farrell: The “odd duck” Mosman mum who became Australia’s most prolific female inventor.
It was Australia's entry into WWI that saw a young widow, Myra Taylor, brace herself as she stood at North Head on a windy night in 1915. There she tested her rayless, light-throwing device to see if it might benefit the Allies.