As a young Australian born in a nation with strict gun controls post-Port Arthur, Tileah Dobson finds it surreal that in ‘the land of the free’, people aren’t free to live without gun violence.
Sammy J is bringing his musical comedy show, Symphony in J Minor, to Sydney – but not before speaking to The Sentinel’s arts and entertainment editor, Tahli Blackman.
Michelle Grattan analyses the federal budget cash splash, which, she writes, is firmly directed to purchasing votes.
John Moyle interviews candidate for Wentworth, Allegra Spender, who hopes to oust Liberal member Dave Sharma and return the seat to independent hands.
Richie Black explores how and why experienced liars like ScoMo and BoJo are suddenly losing control of the alternate narrative.
The Wharf Revue is set to return with hilarious characters and razor sharp lampoonery in their new show, Can Of Worms.
The website of divisive anti-immigration MP, Senator Pauline Hanson, is diverting visitors to the Refugee Council of Australia website in a stunt created by an anonymous prankster.
As Covid-19 brings upheaval to life in Sydney, the Sentinel examines previous existential changes to hit the Emerald City.