The NSW Labor leader’s decision to vote against voluntary assisted dying shows him to be out of touch, lacking leadership and deeply disappointing to progressive voters, opines Gary Nunn.
The end of an era is nigh, with Australia’s biggest gay nightclub up for sale. ‘I want my gay village back,’ writes Gary Nunn in reply.
It’s time to stop blaming ‘the media’ for society’s ills and wake up to the essential role journalists play in democracy, argues Gary Nunn.
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.
City of Sydney Councillor Linda Scott on her campaign to be Lord Mayor – and why she’s lucky to have a sister born with a disability.
In the wake of Sydney’s anti-lockdown protests, in which horses were used to help manage protesters, Gary Nunn investigates how horses are used in public life.
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.
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.
Wiradjuri woman Yvonne Weldon is the first Aboriginal Australian to stand for Sydney Lord Mayor. She speaks with the Sentinel about the milestone and challenging the powerful incumbent, Clover Moore.
What do you do when your closest friends find love and settle down, but you haven’t? That’s the question behind the New Theatre’s latest production, Significant Other.
Rosie Waterland has a new show, a newish conservative commentator boyfriend and is about to break into fiction, writes Gary Nunn, who interviewed her for the Sentinel.
Award-winning journalist, author and Sydney Writers’ Festival drawcard Rick Morton speaks with the Sentinel about his year of living vulnerably.
Review: “The Removalists” by David Williamson, New Theatre, Newtown. By editor-at-large Gary Nunn.
The Sydney Theatre Company’s “Home, I’m Darling” explores gender roles through one woman’s fetishisation of the stereotypical 1950s housewife.
Covid-19 and its associated disruptions provided a rich mine for material at the Sydney Comedy Festival Gala at the State Theatre.