Half a century ago, Australia’s first commercial gay magazine, William & John, was launched. Now, Gary Nunn reveals the riveting story behind the publication and its trailblazing publisher, John Baker.
A Sydney man has admitted to murdering US citizen Scott Johnson in a 1988 gay hate crime, bringing relief to Mr Johnson’s family, who never gave up on obtaining justice.
Union and community activists want the NSW Government to reverse its decision to scrap the historic Manly ferries. reports Jim McIlroy.
A $1 million reward has been offered to help solve the ‘gay hate murder’ of Sydney man Raymond Keam in 1987 – but calls continue for NSW Police to apologise for ignoring brutal gay hate crimes.
Each week, John Moyle explores exceptional examples of Australian songs and music videos. This week: ‘You Might Think’ by Sons of the East – a Sydney band that’s bigger overseas than at home.
The inimitable James Reyne scores with a solo acoustic set at Sydney’s Seymour Centre.
The Sentinel explores iconic songs that reference Sydney – and have helped define the city in our hearts and minds.
Freshwater Class ferry advocate Geoffrey R Usher responds to NSW Government plans to keep just one of the iconic ferries on for “weekend work”.
Geoffrey R Usher reflects on the value of retaining Sydney’s famous Freshwater-class ferries, which the NSW Government wants to scrap.
Following re-investigations of Sydney’s historic gay hate crimes, Alan Rosendale is still trying to solve his 31-year-old cold case.
Rita Bratovich looks back at the significant international films made in Sydney, where filming continues apace despite Covid-19.