Leading child protection organisation Bravehearts has opened registrations for their eighth 777 Marathon, which will see runners complete seven marathons in seven states across seven days, to raise funds to support their important work.
The City of Sydney is calling on children aged from three to twelve to take part in their Little Sydney Lives photography competition.
Our resident existential guru provides advice to a reader who’s thinking of quitting Twitter now that it’s owned by Elon Musk.
The Psychic Tests, the debut book by The Sentinel’s editor-at-large Gary Nunn, missed out on a live launch last year due to Covid-19. As he prepares to launch it in person in Sydney this Wednesday night, The Sentinel publishes an edited extract from the book.
Conspiracy theories pushed by supporters of former US President Donald Trump, among others, could pose a threat to the upcoming federal election.
A new report has found that if the next federal government lifted public spending on higher education by just one per cent of GDP, undergraduate education could be made free for all Australians.
After having to cancel two of their annual balls due to Covid-19, this year’s Aurora Ball is going ahead, with the theme being ‘Metamorphosis’.
Charles Firth discusses his latest show about the genius of political spin – and the Prime Minister who’s mastered it.
Australians are being urged to “get dead set” and have open, honest conversations about death and dying, reports Tileah Dobson.
While the iconic parade is behind us, this year’s Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras festivities are continuing well into April – with the Paradiso Pool Party still to come.
Tileah Dobson pens a love letter to the Sydney Royal Easter Show, which is extra special this year, with the Royal Agricultural Society of NSW celebrating its 200th anniversary.
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.
It’s time to rethink the legacy of much-maligned hitmakers Stock Aitken Waterman, argues Matthew Denby, in a compelling re-evaluation of the 1980s pop trailblazers.
Hamilton the Musical star Lyndon Watts sits down with The Sentinel to reflect on the intense buzz building around him.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison visited the governor-general in Canberra this morning, paving the way for a six-week federal election campaign.