Review: David Williamson’s Emerald City – On Demand, Riverside Theatres Digital. Reviewed by editor-at-large Gary Nunn.
The deteriorating Covid-19 situation in Wilcannia requires urgent action from both the state and federal governments, the Australian Association of Social Workers has warned.
After conquering the NYC restaurant scene, husbands Rupert Noffs and Matty Bennett came home to roost. Amanda Smith caught up with one half of the power couple.
Youth editor Corin Shearston profiles Redfern Jarjum College – a unique school for Indigenous students.
Jim McIlroy reviews Radicals: Remembering the Sixties by noted Sydney activists and authors Meredith Burgmann and Nadia Wheatley.
It’s not every day a Northern Beaches gal gets her name up in lights on Broadway – but that’s the inspiring story of Kaye Tuckerman.
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.
The Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras has appointed a First Nations & Community Engagement Officer in a bid to be more inclusive of Indigenous Australians.
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.
Clover Moore tells the Sentinel of her continuing plans for Sydney, as the stalwart Lord Mayor vies for re-election in September.
The Sentinel speaks with artist Heidi Lee Warta ahead of Ochre Woman – an upcoming exhibition of her paintings of Northern Beaches Aboriginal women.
The Australian Museum’s new exhibition, Spark, showcases the latest technology and innovations to tackle climate change.
Gary Nunn has just returned from Auckland – recently named ‘the world’s most liveable city’ – and has some ideas on what the Harbour City can learn from the City of Sails.
Adam Goodes, award-winning former Aussie Rules football star, turned down the AFL’s invitation to be inducted into the Australian Football Hall of Fame – for very good reasons, argues Alec Smart.
Randwick City Council has released its much-anticipated new vision for arts, open space and transport.