MOOSH kids knit up a storm for those in need11 December 2015
Mosman Council’s Out of School Hours care children have been helping those in need by participating in a “Wrap with Love” project.
Signage pilot takes off in Mosman10 December 2015
Mosman Council will trial new signage in three locations over Christmas and the New Year to test suitability with a view to potentially rolling out the designs across the area.
Mosman celebrates International Day of People with Disability03 December 2015
More than 140 students from five local schools braved the heat on Thursday 26 November to take part in a range of Mosman Council-organised activities celebrating International Day of People with Disability.
Mosman Council looks to app for parking solution03 December 2015
Mosman Council is looking to install parking technology that will enable drivers to find the best available car parking spaces at the click of a button.
Working together to prevent domestic violence23 November 2015
Mosman Council and community organisations are working together to prevent and reduce the impact of domestic violence following a meeting chaired by Deputy Mayor Cr Carolyn Corrigan to hear directly from agencies working on the frontline.
Mosman Christmas Gift Appeal opens19 November 2015
Mosman residents are being encouraged to again share the gift of giving this holiday season by donating toys and books for the Mosman Christmas Gift Appeal.
Disability access stepped up in Mosman19 November 2015
Mosman Council has made significant improvements in accessibility following upgrades to key facilities, including Barry O’Keefe Library and Mosman Square Seniors Centre, as well as improvements to paths and pedestrian crossings.
Rapt2015 lights up Mosman homes and businesses13 November 2015
Mosman Council is helping Mosman residents and businesses to get into the festive spirit by expanding its much-loved Christmas decorating competition Rapt to include residential properties and new business categories.
Mosman Council vows to oppose merger11 November 2015
Mosman Council has maintained its staunchly independent stance with Council resolving last night not to provide the State Government with any preferred merger options as had been requested.
Mosman Council welcomes parliamentary report30 October 2015
Mosman Mayor Peter Abelson has welcomed the findings of a parliamentary inquiry into Local Government which found the NSW Government has failed to make a case for forced council amalgamations and called for the withdrawal of Government claims that councils are unfit.