Today we all received concerning news that provides no comfort and requires us to all reflect on our personal behaviour.
Mosman Council is preparing a Climate Strategy and Action Plan for the next five years which will outline potential actions to be assessed against environmental, economic and social outcomes.
Residents can use the green vegetation collection on their scheduled day to remove debris or take excess material to Kimbriki free of charge until 23 February.
Food lover, media personality and author, Maeve O’Meara shared her extraordinary career with 120 guests at Council’s International Women’s Day breakfast.
Mosman Council has resolved to donate $10,000 for bushfire relief and recovery. View this article to see how you too can help bushfire-affected communities.
Mosman’s 2020 Citizen of the Year Award has been presented jointly to Ivan and Elizabeth Hodge while the Young Citizen of the Year Award was awarded to Elliot Connor.
Residents and businesses are being encouraged to get involved in HuskeeSwap, a new program to help reduce the impact of single-use take-away cups.
Acting on the latest government health advice on Coronavirus (COVID-19), Council has closed a number of facilities and suspended or cancelled a range of programs, activities and events.
Mosman Council is seeking input from residents aged 55 years or over and other community members to identify how to support older residents in leading active and healthy lives.
Temporary signs have been installed on Moruben Road for a six-week trial road safety project to encourage drivers to slow down on local roads.
To improve safety for playground users Council has installed a fence between Allan Border Oval and Memorial Park playground.