Charles Firth discusses his latest show about the genius of political spin – and the Prime Minister who’s mastered it.
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.
Mel W is a single mum, working from home and putting two kids through remote learning during Lockdown 2.0. Here’s how she’s coping …
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.
Sunny Grace has her first vaccination with the Pfizer Covid-19 jab – and despite some nerves, comes away grateful after an efficient, painless experience.
The Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras has provided almost $1.3 million in grants to support LGBTQI+ community groups, including $248,000 this year alone, the organisation has announced.
Despite being a small, local publication and a newcomer to the media landscape, the Sydney Sentinel has not avoided the wrath of Facebook, which today blocked a raft of media outlets in protest at the federal government’s Media Bargaining law.
There’s ‘fake news’ – and then there’s ‘not news’. Stories about women’s bodies – such as reports on Rebel Wilson’s weight loss – fall into the latter category, writes Lauren Clair.
Becoming vegan isn’t an overnight transition but a process – with various ‘steps ’– writes Elizabeth Usher.
Covid-19 and the rules it’s brought about have ushered in new societal behaviours and brought others – such as ‘patriarchy chicken’ – into high relief, writes Sunny Grace.
Sydney artist and author Guy James Whitworth says Taylor Swift is emblematic of the safe, subdued nature of today’s queer community.