Australian expat Amanda Smith weighs into federal government’s continuing ‘Fortress Australia’ approach to Covid-19, which has seen tens of thousands of Australians locked out of their own country.
The end of an era is nigh, with Australia’s biggest gay nightclub up for sale. ‘I want my gay village back,’ writes Gary Nunn in reply.
ABBA has simultaneously launched their new album in Sydney and eight other cities, in a nod to the special history between the Swedish supergroup and the Habour City.
Covid-19 isn’t going away anytime soon, if ever. As such, Australia’s border controls require an urgent overhaul – with purpose-built quarantine facilities our most pressing need, writes Sunny Grace.
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.
A dual exhibition at the Casula Powerhouse will celebrate iconic Australian artist Ken Done, who speaks with the Sentinel about his unique designs and paintings.
Music veteran Marcella Detroit speaks with the Sentinel about Shakespears Sister, Sydney, solo success, new music – and 50 huge years in the music industry.
The NSW Government has announced a half a billion dollar upgrade of the Powerhouse Museum site at Ultimo.
You remember where you were when you first heard about the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks – and you’ll remember how you felt when you first saw Come From Away, writes Rita Bratovich.
Tina Arena’s first post-Covid concert in Sydney saw the chanteuse at the top of her game, writes Danny Waterson.
John Moyle explores the Committee for Sydney’s report on Kings Cross, which sets out ideas for revitalising the once vibrant neighbourhood.
It’s the last month before winter, but if you think that signals a cooling down of exciting things to do in Sydney, think again.
America’s Got Talent and The Voice Australia star Johnny Manuel on his new single, live shows and new life in Sydney.
Review: “The Removalists” by David Williamson, New Theatre, Newtown. By editor-at-large Gary Nunn.
Gary Nunn reviews the Sydney Theatre Company’s “Appropriate” – and finds it appropriately spine-tingling.