A unique political campaign has resulted in speeches by young people being read aloud by MPs in federal parliament. Youth editor Corin Shearston investigates.
City of Sydney Councillor Angela Vithoulkas tells youth editor Corin Shearston of her plans for a Youth Council as part of her bid to be Lord Mayor.
Youth editor Corin Shearston profiles Redfern Jarjum College – a unique school for Indigenous students.
Artist and activist Ailie Banks sits down with the Sentinel to discuss her community work encouraging young women to make their voices heard.
Winter has begun but Sydney is still running hot with things to see and do. We’ve put together our monthly hit list of must-do events to help you navigate a packed calendar.
Sydney comedian Marty Bright has taken his unique style of stand-up comedy from remote bush stages to Los Angeles. Youth editor Corin Shearston pried into his mind.
A self-made documentarian from the age of 20, Shaye Fox has been archiving live rock shows since 2019. He spoke with youth editor Corin Shearston about the making of his second film.
It’s the last month before winter, but if you think that signals a cooling down of exciting things to do in Sydney, think again.
In a triumph for Sydney’s southern neighbour, beloved music festival Yours & Owls is returning to Wollongong.
Get out and about in Sydney this April! From the Easter Show to Anzac Day; the Sydney Comedy Festival to the Sydney Writers’ Festival, there’s plenty on in the Harbour City.
Community soccer professional Angelica Georgopoulos makes a strong case for female soccer being taken seriously in Australia, ahead of the Strathfield Strikers FC Female Football Festival.
The Sentinel profiles WestWords – an organisation dedicated to championing the incredible – and often unheard – stories of Sydney’s Western Suburbs.
A rapidly changing world has inspired the new theatrical season of the Australian Theatre For Young People (ATYP).
Corin Shearston shines a light on the work of the Mountains Youth Services Team (MYST), the youth support group changing young lives in the Blue Mountains.
Young Penrith-based duo Sean and Marley are smashing stereotypes around disability, finding online fame with their debut song, ‘Oh Yeah’.