EXCLUSIVE: Former City of Sydney Councillor Christine Forster opens up about her time on council, her brother Tony, her marriage – and her lofty political plans.
“The audience growth of the News Corp newspapers … shows that abandoning impartiality in news reporting might be a successful corporate business strategy.”
After launching his debut book “The Psychic Tests” via Zoom during lockdown last year, the Sentinel’s editor-at-large, Gary Nunn, is relaunching the acclaimed tome in real life at an exciting live event.
The Murdoch outlets said they would pursue ‘positive stories’ on climate change. An analysis of stories during the recent floods, however, shows this wasn’t necessarily the case.
Hamish Macdonald opens up to The Sentinel about coming out, journalism, leaving Q+A and his big Mardi Gras hosting gig.
Gary Nunn reviews 44 Sex Acts in One Week, which is playing the Seymour Centre as part of the Sydney Festival.
The Sentinel speaks with writer Kendall Feaver and actor Emily Havea about Wherever She Wanders, a new play tackling university rape culture.
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.
There’s much more to Studio 10 star Craig Bennett than shameless celebrity gossip and vividly patterned shirts, discovers Travis de Jonk.
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.
The future of Afghan civilians who worked with and for Australian military forces and NGOs is uncertain, writes Jan Forrester.
Award-winning journalist, author and Sydney Writers’ Festival drawcard Rick Morton speaks with the Sentinel about his year of living vulnerably.
Sydney Writers’ Festival artistic director Michael Williams talks to the Sentinel about hope, togetherness and the joy of reading.
Gary Nunn reviews ABC journalist Sally Sara’s first play – a compelling story of a woman’s struggle with mental illness after working as a war correspondent.
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.