As the Albanese government is committing themselves to enshrining a First Nations Voice into parliament, a survey conducted by CQUniversity and Griffith University reveals what Australians think and feel on the issue, writes Jacob Deem, Adrian Miller, AJ Brown and Susan Bird.
Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Linda Burney is adamant that the Indigenous Voice to parliament can happen now and not wait on a referendum, writes Emma Lee.
With climate change being one of the biggest issues facing Australia, we should look to how Indigenous Australians can aid western science in combating it, writes Karin Gerhardt, Jon C. Day, Scott F. Heron and Larissa Hale.
“Queerlectro” pop collective Alter Boy performed a unique and powerful Vivid Sydney set at Carriageworks, reports arts and entertainment editor Tahli Blackman.
Finding a cure should be front and centre of our national response to HIV – but unfortunately it is not, writes James May, who has been living with the virus for over 20 years.
Political philosopher, author, commentator and former Race Discrimination Commissioner Tim Soutphommasane explores the election of Australia’s most diverse parliament to date.
Two worlds collide in the Sydney Theatre Company’s production of Meyne Wyatt’s City of Gold, which takes the audience on a journey of racial disparity and societal neglect.
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.
Australian Fashion Week 2022 is showcasing some of the best new designs the industry has to offer, reports Tahli Blackman.
Ahead of the release of his new book, Kylie: Song by Song, Marc Andrews explains why Kylie Minogue – whose pop career has lasted an incredible 35 years and counting – is as relevant as ever.
Urban renewal, such as that occurring at Sydney’s Green Square, can bring downsides as well as benefits. A new guide helps people connect more deeply with their suburbs.
The family of a 16-year-old Aboriginal boy, who was killed in a collision with an unmarked police car in Sydney, has called for an independent investigation into how he died.
With Australia Day once again upon us – and with it, the debate about changing the date of our national day – the Sentinel explores some alternatives to 26 January.
Tickets to the Queer Screen Mardi Gras Film Festival are on sale now, with this year’s festival putting a spotlight on First Nations stories, as well as queer community rebels.
It’s an experience so immersive, you’ll feel like you’re floating through a dream.