Gary Nunn speaks to Matty Mills about his remarkable ascent – and predicts even bigger things for the Kamilaroi wunderkind.
This orchestra will help you go on a trip without breaking any rules.
Another year has passed since the horrific death of Aboriginal teenager TJ Hickey, with no sign of the NSW Government ordering a thorough investigation.
An 18-month long inquiry has found James Packer’s company, Crown Resorts, unfit to operate Sydney’s new casino.
The repeal of the draconian lockout laws has received a muted response in Kings Cross, reports John Moyle.
Clare Hennessy, cast member of a new staging of the psychedelic symphony, Symphonie Fantastique, gives us an insider’s view of the production.
Emerging musical director Mitchell Old chats to the Sentinel about the debut performance from his exciting new company.
The Sentinel reviews a day’s broadcast of the John Laws Morning Show – and finds out how the Golden Tonsils are holding up.
Controversial mural painter Scott Marsh slams fellow artist Sid Tapia for participating in Graffiti Removal Day, as Tapia’s commissioned mural of Shane Fitzsimmons is vandalised.
Gary Nunn reviews Green Park – a gritty production exploring gay life and sex, set and performed in the eponymous park.
Rita Bratovich reviews hot new indie film Milkwater, which will be presented by The Sydney Sentinel at the Mardi Gras Film Festival.
The NSW Government is accused of continuing its rorting of public funds, favouring Liberal-National electorates and bypassing Labor-held areas – this time in relation to bushfire relief funds.
As Sydney continues to emerge from a Covid-induced slumber, it is bursting to the seams with events and occasions.
The largest pool complex built in Sydney since the 2000 Olympics has opened in Green Square.
The glamour of flying has taken multiple hits in recent years – but Covid-19 is something else again. Sunny Grace paints a picture of air travel, Covid-style.