Australian expat Amanda Smith weighs into federal government’s continuing ‘Fortress Australia’ approach to Covid-19, which has seen tens of thousands of Australians locked out of their own country.
There’s much more to Studio 10 star Craig Bennett than shameless celebrity gossip and vividly patterned shirts, discovers Travis de Jonk.
An investigation into neo-Nazis has discovered popular children’s entertainer, ‘Ally Boom Boom’ – who also drummed for pop-punk band The Spazzys – is a racist who posts hate speech online.
John Moyle speaks with Nick Littlemore (Empire of the Sun, Pnau) and Alister Wright (Cloud Control) about their electropop outfit, Vlossom.
Tim Burrowes is leaving Mumbrella. He speaks about taking a well-deserved career break – and his debut book on the media industry’s most tumultuous decade.
The clue is in the name – the Sydney Opera House is located in Sydney. Or is it? Not always, it turns out.
Sydney Lord Mayor Clover Moore has lashed out at the Morrison Government on social media, telling it to “get its act together” on Covid-19 vaccinations.
Sunny Grace explores the particulars of being a Gen X-er, as Gen Z begins to make an impact on the world.
Australian music icon John Paul Young is celebrating 50 years in showbiz. He spoke with the Sentinel ahead of a national tour to mark the milestone.
Music veteran Marcella Detroit speaks with the Sentinel about Shakespears Sister, Sydney, solo success, new music – and 50 huge years in the music industry.
Corin Shearston reviews the joint tour by Ed Keupper (The Saints) and Jim White (Dirty Three).
Inner West Greens Councillor Colin Hesse says his proposal for Victoria Road, Marrickville is about respect.
The Royal Botanic Garden Sydney will recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians during National Reconciliation Week with Indigenous cultural events.
Each week, John Moyle explores notable music and identities from the Australian music scene. This week, he delves into the fascinating career of the late Seaman Dan.
The stars of RuPaul’s Drag Race Down Under have appeared on the blue carpet at the Sydney Opera House for the world premiere of the much anticipated production.