With the nation about to go to the polls, two young Australians – not yet old enough to vote – appeal to voters to consider a number of issues that will affect their futures.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison visited the governor-general in Canberra this morning, paving the way for a six-week federal election campaign.
Sydney’s longest operating alternative sex venue, The Kastle, is experiencing a Covid-induced shortage of mistresses and is urgently seeking applicants from BDSM practitioners, reports John Moyle.
Are we moaning too much about the state of the world? The Existential Expert responds to a reader who suggests we are.
Enough is enough, writes Sunny Grace, who says out federal government – still dragging the chain on climate change – needs to go. She filed this piece from the Northern Rivers as it experiences its second flood crisis in as many months.
Michelle Grattan analyses the federal budget cash splash, which, she writes, is firmly directed to purchasing votes.
The Division of Macquarie in Western Sydney is Australia’s most marginal electorate and will therefore be a key seat at the federal election. Makayla Muscat meets the woman who’s held it since 2016, Susan Templeman MP.
The latest survey by YouGov shows NSW voters have strong feelings about renewable energy, with the issue likely to be a strong feature of the 2022 federal election.
Some men just can’t – or won’t – get on board with plant-based food. The reasons are more complicated than you might think.
Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese has promised to commit $500m towards a high-speed rail from Sydney to Newcastle as an election promise.
As state and federal governments abrogate their Covid responsibilities and the Omicron outbreak balloons, Delmore Dellmore breaks down what’s happened and why.
A rally in Potts Point will hear from performers, politicians, architects and local businesspeople, who will outline the social, cultural and economic benefits of restoring the Metro-Minerva Theatre as a functioning theatre.
Sylvie Ellsmore, City of Sydney Lord Mayoral candidate for the Greens, speaks to the Sentinel ahead of the 4 December NSW local government elections.
Three University of NSW climate scientists have revealed how they talk to their children about climate change, in the wake of the COP26 UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow.
With support payments coming to an end, the arts and entertainment sector is struggling to navigate the devastation caused by months of lockdowns – with some wondering whether the industry will ever recover.