Tag Archives: Mosman
Jo’s new job
If a husband and wife with the family name of Page owned a bookshop, what would they call it? Pages and Pages of course! And that’s where Jo has just started a new job. It’s a rather ambitious decision as it’s full-time, the shop is the other side of Sydney … Continue reading
Comfortable with convict ancestors?
Sydney was originally established as a convict settlement, with the first boat-loads of prisoners arriving in 1788. English prisons were bursting at the seams, so transportation was seen as a solution to the problem and also as an effective deterrent due to the harsh conditions of servitude, not to mention the long and dangerous … Continue reading
Stuart and Tara are moving home
Stuart and Tara have been keen to move for some time now and recently started looking in earnest for their ideal new home. It had to be inner Sydney so Tara, who works very long hours, could get to and from work quickly. Plus it had to be a home, … Continue reading