Mosman Art Prize 2015

Artist Alan Jones has won the 2015 Mosman Art Prize, beating 104 other finalists and joining an iconic roll call of winners that started with Margaret Olley in 1947. Jones has won $30,000 with his winning work Painting 131 (North Coogee) which was inspired by his recent move to the Sydney suburb. Established in 1947, […]

Have your say on EIS – Stage 2 RMS roadworks around the Northern Beaches Hospital

The NSW Government is planning to invest $400 million on road upgrades around the new Northern Beaches Hospital with work planned to be completed in time for the hospital opening. The SHOROC councils have been calling for many years for these upgrades, including grade separation at the intersections of Warringah Road with Wakehurst Parkway and Forest Way and […]

Australia’s Broadband Network Update

The nbn is a vital piece of infrastructure for the region, enhancing business capability and providing improved internet services for businesses and residents. This is a nation-wide project to upgrade access to fast broadband for all Australians. It is essential for Australia’s transition to a digital future. This event provides a platform to highlight important […]

Hang on to the Bag Campaign

Residents of our region are some of the best recyclers in NSW, but plastic bags that can’t be recycled are contaminating household recycling bins.

To try and combat the problem and save valuable recyclables, SHOROC and its partner councils have a new campaign asking those residents that don’t recycle right to hang onto the bag and dispose of it responsibly. More…

SHOROC Announces Operational Plan for Year Ahead

SHOROC has released its Operational Plan for 2015/16, outlining major infrastructure and service priorities for the region and key initiatives to be delivered for the councils and communities of north east Sydney. Cr Peter Abelson SHOROC President and Mayor of Mosman says that the SHOROC 2015-16 Operational Plan includes projects that will build on the results in recent years for the region and councils.