Head held high
North Shore Living speaks with Julie Ross-Edwards, founder of Mosman-based disability start-up Head High...
Honouring Alana
After the tragic loss of his sister Alana, Cromer’s Jake de Kort is keeping her memory alive through his work with charity...
Indigenous design trailblazers
North Shore Living caught up with the 2021 Australian Design Prize winners, John and Ros Moriarty...
Powering through for mental health
Manly Life Saving Club’s Lachie Bruce pushed his body and mind to the limit recently to swim 30-kilometre from Palm Beach to Manly, raising awareness and funds for mental health...
Striving for change
Avalon mum of two, Gail, was shocked to learn about dementia in children and has made it her mission to spread awareness and strive for a positive change...
Food, festa, famiglia
The food writer and home cook sat down with Peninsula Living recently to chat about family, her passions and Christmas, the Italian way...
Peanut butter fighting world hunger
Katherine Halliday, a 22-year-old business student from Killara, is fighting to put an end to world hunger, one peanut at a time...
Family law
Mona Vale local, Janet Winn, has gone from humble beginnings living in a tent to following in her mother’s footsteps by pursuing a career in law...
The trek of a lifetime
‘The Barefoot Dutchman’ shared with North Shore Living the many lessons and experiences gained from his walk for men’s mental health...
Fearless Falkiner
It’s a miserable day when we catch up with local model and personality, Fiona Falkiner, but speaking with the beaming beauty you certainly wouldn’t know it...

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