The biggest coal mine in NSW is set to close in 2030. But what will happen to the workers, writes Liam Phelan and Kimberley Crofts.
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.
Political philosopher, author, commentator and former Race Discrimination Commissioner Tim Soutphommasane explores the election of Australia’s most diverse parliament to date.
Labor has not held the Division of Wentworth since it was formed in 1900 – so why is Labor’s Tim Murray contesting the seat? The man himself explains the rationale to John Moyle.
Richie Black reflects on the unique identity of the multifaceted Sydney Park – and its somewhat uncertain future.
Charles Firth discusses his latest show about the genius of political spin – and the Prime Minister who’s mastered it.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison visited the governor-general in Canberra this morning, paving the way for a six-week federal election campaign.
The Greater Sydney Parklands Trust Bill 2021 represents a threat to Sydney’s iconic parklands by opening the door to privatisation, reports Ben Radford.
Michelle Grattan analyses the federal budget cash splash, which, she writes, is firmly directed to purchasing votes.
A wide range of LGBTQI community members and their allies have welcomed the NSW Government’s move to reject the Education Legislation Amendment (Parental Rights) Bill.
The Division of Macquarie in Western Sydney is Australia’s most marginal electorate and will therefore be a key seat at the federal election. Makayla Muscat meets the woman who’s held it since 2016, Susan Templeman MP.
Despite unprecedented flooding in NSW and Queensland, both major parties are abrogating the need to treat climate change as an emergency, writes Alex Bainbridge.
The City of Sydney Council has announced plans to establish a Housing for All committee to tackle the ongoing housing crisis.
While train services will resume in Sydney today, industrial action will see reduced services and another day of transport chaos is expected.
The North Sydney Council has decided to revert to its former position of opposing the Western Harbour Tunnel and Beaches Link toll roads. Andrew Chuter reports.