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Mosman drink driver had a 'bad day'

Rachel Olding She drunkenly swerved across busy roads, careened through a Mosman school zone and smashed into five parked cars.

Drunk Mosman woman crashed into five cars in school zone: police

Megan Levy A woman was allegedly drunk when she smashed her four-wheel-drive into five parked cars and drove on the wrong side of the road in a school zone in Sydney's lower north shore.

Cyclist dies after colliding with Mercedes in Mosman

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Nick Ralston A cyclist has died after being hit by a car in Mosman taking the state’s road toll to two over the Easter holiday period.

Mosman schoolgirl Scarlett Mitchell back home after being missing for 24 hours

Amanda Hoh An 11-year-old girl who was missing for almost 24 hours has returned to her northern Sydney home safe and well.

Missing Mosman teenager Justin Painter returns home

Justin Painter

A Sydney teenager missing since the weekend has returned home in good health.

'This will create elitist enclaves': plan to split Mosman divides critics

Bathers Pavilion Balmoral Beach

Lucy Carroll and Leesha McKenny The prestige of Mosman could soon be less than the sum of its parts, under a plan to cleave off its prime waterfront areas into four new suburbs.

Five uneasy pieces as Mosman faces split-up

Michael Evans It's one thing to come from the wrong side of the tracks: it's another entirely to come from the wrong side of Military Road.

Mayor scraps plan to divide Mosman into five suburbs

Military Road

Lucy Carroll A proposal to split Mosman into five separate suburbs has been abandoned, with Mosman mayor Peter Abelson forced to admit he misled residents.

Tributes flow for 'easygoing' Kate after body found in Mosman unit block

Sarah Malonyay

Ilya Gridneff, Emma Partridge Police have launched a murder inquiry into the death of a 32-year-old Sydney woman found dead at her harbourside home, as friends and colleagues paid tribute to her sense of humour, easygoing nature...

Mosman woman's death puts spotlight on domestic violence

Elliot Coulson and Kate Malonyay

Stephanie Gardiner, Ilya Gridneff It was the horrific end to an already terrible tale. The death of 32-year-old Mosman resident Kate Malonyay was followed a few days later by her ex-boyfriend Elliott Coulson plunging to his death...

Mosman bomb hoax probe: Scipione predicts a lengthy investigation

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Investigations into a bomb hoax involving a Sydney schoolgirl will be lengthy, NSW Police Commissioner Andrew Scipione says.

'Bomb' device attached to Mosman schoolgirl was a 'very, very elaborate hoax'

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A device attached to a terrified Sydney teenager for 10 hours yesterday was not a bomb, police have confirmed.

Teenage girl at centre of bomb emergency in Mosman

Mosman house

Georgina Robinson and Saffron Howden Police have cordoned off a house in Mosman, evacuated surrounding homes and are warning people to stay away from the area.

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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Former ICAC chief Barry O'Keefe dies aged 80

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Chair and CEO of the Catholic Church Council for the Royal Commssion. 
Honourable Barry O'Keefe (Chair).

Damien Murphy Lawyer, judge, corruption buster, Mosman mayor, influential Catholic and high-profile monarchist, Barry O'Keefe was a man of public achievement.

Cyclist killed in collision with bus latest in long list of accidents

Rescue services at the scene in Neutral Bay where a cyclist was in a fatal collision with a bus.

Saffron Howden The Sydney cycling community has been struck by a spate of horrific road accidents, including two deaths in as many weeks.

Facing a fireball: extreme bravery in Cootes truck crash

Mosman firefighters LtoR George Cheeke and Lloyd Mulder. They were first responders to the Mona Vale Cootes fire. , who performed first aid on one of the victims in the middle of the fire for 15 minutes. They will receive Bravery Awards on Sunday. Photographed Thursday 1st May 2014. Photograph by James Brickwood. SHD NEWS 140501 		 	   		  


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Rachel Olding With a petrol tanker exploding just metres away and fuel spilling down the road in front of them, two firefighters risked their lives to save a man crawling from the burning wreckage.

Teen stranded on cliff after six-metre plunge

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A teenager has been winched from a rock ledge after a cliff top fall on Sydney’s north shore, police say.

Smoking bans at Sydney beaches not being enforced

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Leesha McKenny When it comes to smokers, Sydney councils are opting not to fight them on the beaches.

Son uses father as unsuspecting drug mule to cart $13m meth oil

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Emma Partridge Alex Macris helped to save his father from life in prison after admitting he used him as an unsuspecting drug mule to transport $13 million worth of methamphetamine oil in jerry cans, a court has...