Taking advantage of Covid-19 lockdowns, cultural historian Warren Fahey took a look at how Sydney has dealt with the dead in his new book Dead and Buried, writes John Moyle.
Queen Elizabeth II is celebrating 70 years on the throne. The occasion allows us to reflect on the importance of succession, writes Ben Wellings.
Sunny Grace expounds on the role of women in the historic federal election result and her hopes that they’ll be able to “keep the bastards honest”.
In his memoir, All Mixed Up, ABC TV journalist Jason Om shares his extraordinary journey from childhood to today. He recently spoke with Gary Nunn about the memoir and his experiences as a gay, Asian Australian.
Conspiracy theories pushed by supporters of former US President Donald Trump, among others, could pose a threat to the upcoming federal election.
Charles Firth discusses his latest show about the genius of political spin – and the Prime Minister who’s mastered it.
“The audience growth of the News Corp newspapers … shows that abandoning impartiality in news reporting might be a successful corporate business strategy.”
Sammy J is bringing his musical comedy show, Symphony in J Minor, to Sydney – but not before speaking to The Sentinel’s arts and entertainment editor, Tahli Blackman.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison visited the governor-general in Canberra this morning, paving the way for a six-week federal election campaign.
After launching his debut book “The Psychic Tests” via Zoom during lockdown last year, the Sentinel’s editor-at-large, Gary Nunn, is relaunching the acclaimed tome in real life at an exciting live event.
The Murdoch outlets said they would pursue ‘positive stories’ on climate change. An analysis of stories during the recent floods, however, shows this wasn’t necessarily the case.
Hamish Macdonald opens up to The Sentinel about coming out, journalism, leaving Q+A and his big Mardi Gras hosting gig.
Whether you know him as Mark Trevorrow or Bob Downe, he’s an icon of Australian entertainment. The Sentinel gets up close and personal with the man himself ahead of his new Sydney shows.
While train services will resume in Sydney today, industrial action will see reduced services and another day of transport chaos is expected.
From journalists to pop stars to drag queens, the ABC has announced their line-up of presenters for this year’s Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras.