With small businesses needing strong representation more than ever, John Moyle profiles the Small Business Party ahead of the NSW local government elections.
Ahead of moderating an event at the Antidote festival, Paddy Manning speaks to Gary Nunn about climate change, News Corp and how writers make ends meet.
Bookings for the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine are now open to people aged 16-39 across a large swathe of Sydney.
Despite the NSW Government acknowledging essential workplaces as critical sites for Covid-19 transmission, workers say little has been done to protect them.
Social and economic justice are essential considerations if our fight against Covid-19 is to be a success, argues Sam Wainwright.
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.
Clover Moore tells the Sentinel of her continuing plans for Sydney, as the stalwart Lord Mayor vies for re-election in September.
Councillor Angela Vithoulkas has announced she will run against incumbent Sydney Lord Mayor Clover Moore, revealing a bold seven-point plan to “reimagine” council operations.
John Moyle explores the Committee for Sydney’s report on Kings Cross, which sets out ideas for revitalising the once vibrant neighbourhood.
Free public transport into Sydney’s city centre could become a reality, if a suggestion made at today’s Sydney CBD Summit is taken up.
On paper, our economy is doing well. But cold hard statistics are masking real life hardships – which may worsen with the end of JobKeeper, writes Travis de Jonk.
The Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Parade will be held in the SCG this year – but a new queer march is set to take its place on Oxford St, writes Travis de Jonk.
The Sentinel reviews a day’s broadcast of the John Laws Morning Show – and finds out how the Golden Tonsils are holding up.
The controversial ‘Big Dipper’ will return to Sydney’s Luna Park after a 24-year absence.
Though she’s largely forgotten, the legacy of activist, inventor, journalist, mother, poet, publisher and suffragette Louisa Lawson is enormous, writes Sunny Grace.