As the NSW Parliament debates a Bill to allow voluntary assisted dying, Geoffrey R Usher opines that people should be able to live – and die – on their own terms.
Eighteen months since the first local cases of Covid-19, frontline health workers say the NSW health system is “on the brink”.
The Religious Discrimination Bill is back on the parliamentary agenda, to the potential detriment of LGBTQ!+ people, women, minority faith communities and people with disabilities.
Mel W is a single mum, working from home and putting two kids through remote learning during Lockdown 2.0. Here’s how she’s coping …
Despite having one of the highest proportions of LGBTQI+ people of any LGA in Australia, Inner West Council does not have a single queer councillor. That needs to change, argues Liz Atkins.
Susan Hauswirth, volunteer coordinator for the perennially popular Vegan NSW Book Stall, shares the story behind the stories.
Clare Hennessy, cast member of a new staging of the psychedelic symphony, Symphonie Fantastique, gives us an insider’s view of the production.
Alistair Sutton, author of the hit indie novel The Day Before You Came, shares the backstory of his book, which has become a must for fans of gay fiction.
Freshwater Class ferry advocate Geoffrey R Usher responds to NSW Government plans to keep just one of the iconic ferries on for “weekend work”.
Throughout history, bacchanalia and pandemics have gone hand in hand – and so it is in Sydney in 2020.
The ErskineVillage Community Garden looks set to be redeveloped into affordable housing, after a motion to preserve the site was defeated at last night’s City of Sydney Council meeting.
The potential role of psychedelics in addressing anxiety and depression needs to be taken seriously by the medical profession, writes Sydney disability advocate Korey Gunnis.
Geoffrey R Usher reflects on the value of retaining Sydney’s famous Freshwater-class ferries, which the NSW Government wants to scrap.
The Australian White Ibis was once almost unheard of in Sydney. Now, they’re everywhere. Finally, the real reason they’re here is explained.
Film and TV actor Zoe Terakes is on the brink of major stardom, writes Clare Hennessy, who interviewed the actor exclusively for the Sentinel.