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.
Inner West Greens Councillor Colin Hesse says his proposal for Victoria Road, Marrickville is about respect.
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.
The Royal Botanic Garden Sydney will recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians during National Reconciliation Week with Indigenous cultural events.
A NSW police officer, who slammed an Aboriginal teenager face-first onto a brick-paved footpath in Surry Hills, is facing two charges of assault.
The video for Custard’s intriguing single ‘The Min Min Lights’ was a quarter of a century in the making, writes John Moyle.
The City of Sydney Council area has recorded its lowest homeless figures in a decade, according to the latest street count of rough sleepers.
The Sentinel profiles WestWords – an organisation dedicated to championing the incredible – and often unheard – stories of Sydney’s Western Suburbs.
Another year has passed since the horrific death of Aboriginal teenager TJ Hickey, with no sign of the NSW Government ordering a thorough investigation.
Several thousand people have gathered to oppose Australia Day at a largely trouble-free rally in The Domain.
Gary Nunn reviews the Bangarra Dance Theatre’s latest production, which puts 65,000 years of culture at the heart of the Sydney Festival.
The website of divisive anti-immigration MP, Senator Pauline Hanson, is diverting visitors to the Refugee Council of Australia website in a stunt created by an anonymous prankster.
Satirical artist Scott Marsh has painted a wall mural of George Michael in Erskineville. It replaces a mural that was defaced by fundamentalist Christians in November 2017.
A Newtown high school student of Aboriginal descent has sparked new debate over the national anthem after singing Advance Australia Fair at a Wallabies test match.
NAIDOC Week is on until 15 November, featuring a range of Indigenous cultural and educational activities and exhibitions throughout Australia.