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Manly Council to consider reducing shark netting

Anna Patty Manly Council will consider a proposal to reduce shark netting around Manly beach at its Monday night meeting.

Manly cliff on fire above Fairy Bower beach

Fire

Rose Powell A fire has broken out on the North Head cliffs above Fairy Bower beach next to Manly Beach.

Thousands protest WA shark cull at Manly beach

shark protest

Ava Benny-Morrison and Rebecca Le May Anthony Joyce once shared the Western Australian government's views on sharks after he found his foot in the jaws of one while surfing.

Manly redevelopment hits road block over financial viability of plan

Mayor of Manly, Jean Hay

James Robertson A Liberal mayor has drawn a warning from the state treasurer over plans to spend $80 million on a redevelopment that it plans to pay off over 50 years.

Manly Sea Eagles winger David Williams makes his acting debut in Tropfest short 'Darkness Comes' on Sunday

Wolfman

Garry Maddox A desperate man races through a barren field seeking refuge before the sun sets.

Body of TV producer Nick Eade found at Manly

Eade

The body of a man found on a beach at Manly on Sunday was that of Sydney television producer Nick Eade.

In praise of the Manly ferry

Smh. The Manly ferry Narrabeen passing by the Opera House on a sunny autumn day in Sydney Harbour, Blue sky water commuters passengers. Photo Ross Duncan 2011

Tony Squires This is the perfect vantage point to watch the city as you burble away from it.

Manly to go underground with plan to keep cars away from beachfront

Manly Oval

Matthew Moore A TWO-STOREY car park will be built underneath Manly Oval as part of a plan to slash the number of cars clogging the beachfront village.

Cabbie says he saw Lane leave baby in bush on way to Manly

Kelli Lane

POLICE have spoken with a taxi driver who has come forward claiming Keli Lane left her baby Tegan in bushland 14 years ago.

Manly pubs shut door on all-night revellers

Drinking, wine.

Geesche Jacobsen THREE large hotels in Manly will close their doors before midnight tonight after an arrangement welcomed by police and the council, who hope it will prevent trouble.

All aboard Manly's festival of surfing

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Rachel Browne It could have been the summer of '69 as a convoy of Kombis descended upon the beach at the Manly Festival of Surfing yesterday.

Manly clamps down on early-hour grunters

Manly boot camp

Paul Bibby and Matthew Moore What is the difference between an early morning jackhammer and an enthusiastic bunch of boot camp participants?

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Mentally ill man escapes Manly hospital

Two doctors have been injured by a mentally ill man who fled from a hospital on Sydney’s northern beaches.

Wave of protest over Manly's cramped surf style

Josephine Tovey URBAN AFFAIRS IT IS a landmark at one of Australia's most popular beaches and counts the Opposition Leader, Tony Abbott, among its patrons.

Man charged over three Sydney attacks

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A man has been charged over the rape and indecent assault of three woman across Sydney.

Military Road plan: Sydney's northern beaches look to be major beneficiaries of state budget transport proposals

The Military-Spit-Pittwater bus corridor is one of Sydney's busiest.

Nicole Hasham Travel times on one of Sydney's worst commuter road journeys will be slashed and the Baird government will consider a new vehicle tunnel beneath Military Road under plans set to be announced in...

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Transport cash splash to win the hearts of time-poor commuters

Train

Nicole Hasham Western Sydney and the northern beaches are in line for a multibillion-dollar splurge on road, rail and bus projects in a pre-election budget aimed at appeasing time-poor commuters in key seats.

Abbott ally called as witness in new corruption inquiry

Tony Abbott andJohn Caputo.

Sean Nicholls, Kate McClymont A Liberal Party official linked to Prime Minister Tony Abbott and Premier Mike Baird will give evidence at the Independent Commission Against Corruption's inquiry into alleged illegal donations...

Young women missing from local councils

Leesha McKenny In her early days in the top job – and her second term as a councillor – Camden’s youngest ever female mayor was still mistaken at meetings for the minute taker.

More beachgoers take notice of surf safety message

Nina Karnikowski Red and yellow flags are being pulled out of the sand at beaches across the state as volunteer surf lifesavers hang up their swimmers for the season.