NSW Health is urging Sydneysiders to be vigilant after a Bondi man became the state’s first locally acquired case of Covid-19 in 40 days.
Councillor Angela Vithoulkas has announced she will run against incumbent Sydney Lord Mayor Clover Moore, revealing a bold seven-point plan to “reimagine” council operations.
The NSW Government has announced a half a billion dollar upgrade of the Powerhouse Museum site at Ultimo.
Adam Goodes, award-winning former Aussie Rules football star, turned down the AFL’s invitation to be inducted into the Australian Football Hall of Fame – for very good reasons, argues Alec Smart.
The Sentinel speaks to Sydney author, translator, essayist, novelist and specialist China writer Linda Jaivin about her latest book, The Shortest History of China.
Randwick City Council has released its much-anticipated new vision for arts, open space and transport.
Social media users have expressed shock over a TikTok video which depicts an alleged rape victim being dismissed as “paranoid and delusional” by Surry Hills Police officers.
A $1 million reward has been offered to help solve the ‘gay hate murder’ of Sydney man Raymond Keam in 1987 – but calls continue for NSW Police to apologise for ignoring brutal gay hate crimes.
Documents obtained through a GIPA request show the University of Sydney has engaged in surveillance of staff and students who were organising against course and staff cuts last year.
Inner West Greens Councillor Colin Hesse says his proposal for Victoria Road, Marrickville is about respect.
A footbridge under construction over the Redfern rail corridor has been criticised for its failure to link Carriageworks and the Australian Technology Park. Users will also need an Opal card to cross the bridge or risk fines.
Thousands of young people have defied NSW Education Minister Sarah Mitchell to gather in Sydney to call for climate change action.
Residents of fifteen suburbs in Sydney’s Inner West are urged to get tested if they develop any Covid-19 symptoms, after virus fragments were found in the local sewage network.
More than 100 people have gathered at a rally outside Sydney Town Hall to mark Tamil Remembrance Day.
For five nights in May, three locations around Warrane (Sydney Cove) will be transformed with images, music and stories of Sydney’s Black, queer and grassroots communities.