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.
Review: David Williamson’s Emerald City – On Demand, Riverside Theatres Digital. Reviewed by editor-at-large Gary Nunn.
In July 1975, activist, journalist and Kings Cross local Juanita Nielsen disappeared, never to be seen again. In this – the first instalment of a three-part series of articles on the topic – John Moyle paints a picture of the Cross at the time.
Residents of a social and affordable housing estate in Camperdown are calling for respect and support after their complex was placed into hard lockdown.
The deteriorating Covid-19 situation in Wilcannia requires urgent action from both the state and federal governments, the Australian Association of Social Workers has warned.
To offer fresh insight on our world amidst the pressures of COVID-19, the beloved tech institution are live streaming talks from notable global scientists from August 14-22. Story by Corin Shearston’s WSU news team.
Youth editor Corin Shearston profiles Redfern Jarjum College – a unique school for Indigenous students.
Jim McIlroy reviews Radicals: Remembering the Sixties by noted Sydney activists and authors Meredith Burgmann and Nadia Wheatley.
Gary Nunn introduces us to some of Sydney’s most colourful eccentrics, free spirits and one-offs: the characters who give Sydney its personality, colour and flair.
The Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras has appointed a First Nations & Community Engagement Officer in a bid to be more inclusive of Indigenous Australians.