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.
With climate change being one of the biggest issues facing Australia, we should look to how Indigenous Australians can aid western science in combating it, writes Karin Gerhardt, Jon C. Day, Scott F. Heron and Larissa Hale.
Two worlds collide in the Sydney Theatre Company’s production of Meyne Wyatt’s City of Gold, which takes the audience on a journey of racial disparity and societal neglect.
Ahead of the release of his new book, Kylie: Song by Song, Marc Andrews explains why Kylie Minogue – whose pop career has lasted an incredible 35 years and counting – is as relevant as ever.
The NSW Government wants to sell a vacant site in Redfern that was previously 100 per cent public housing to property developers, reports Peter Boyle.
Rīvus, the 23rd Biennale of Sydney, explores deep time, vibrant matter and dark psychological waters.
Urban renewal, such as that occurring at Sydney’s Green Square, can bring downsides as well as benefits. A new guide helps people connect more deeply with their suburbs.
The family of a 16-year-old Aboriginal boy, who was killed in a collision with an unmarked police car in Sydney, has called for an independent investigation into how he died.
The Sentinel meets the world’s most controversial and polarising gay activist, Peter Tatchell, ahead a screening of the Hating Peter Tatchell documentary at the Mardi Gras Film Festival.
With Australia Day once again upon us – and with it, the debate about changing the date of our national day – the Sentinel explores some alternatives to 26 January.
Editor-at-large Gary Nunn meets Shauna Jarrett, the conservative candidate who has thrown her hat in the ring to run the City of Sydney.
Relatives of Gomeroi man Mark Mason have marked 11 years since his killing by NSW Police, calling for justice for victims of police violence.
Prisoner rights activists are demanding that authorities heed the health advice and protect people in prison.
In the wake of Gladys Berejiklian’s resignation, Gary Nunn examines the premier’s considerable, complicated and sometimes controversial legacy.
The Feminist Walking Tour on 7 November will be an opportunity to show support for and learn about women’s, LGBTQI+ and Aboriginal rights and struggles.