As climate change continues apace, Richie Black explores how rising sea levels will impact coastal areas of Sydney – and the outlook is sobering.
John Moyle speaks to Sydney duo Fabels as they release their brilliant third album – the shimmering, cinematic Minds.
A resident-initiated meeting to discuss the case to de-amalgamate the Inner West Council has drawn good numbers, reports Markela Panegyres.
Despite having one of the highest proportions of LGBTQI+ people of any LGA in Australia, Inner West Council does not have a single queer councillor. That needs to change, argues Liz Atkins.
Citing restrictions and uncertainties around operating a retail food outlet, Sydney vegan institution The Green Lion will be closing to the public and focusing on their wholesale range until further notice.
The Sydney metropolitan area – as well as the Blue Mountains, the Central Coast and Wollongong – has been plunged into a two-week lockdown after a dramatic rise in Covid-19 case numbers and exposure sites.
Indie pop singer-songwriter Imogen Clark puts her past experiences, hurt, heartbreak and joy into the fresh new EP, Bastards.
Inner West Greens Councillor Colin Hesse says his proposal for Victoria Road, Marrickville is about respect.
Sydney comedian Marty Bright has taken his unique style of stand-up comedy from remote bush stages to Los Angeles. Youth editor Corin Shearston pried into his mind.
Rosie Waterland has a new show, a newish conservative commentator boyfriend and is about to break into fiction, writes Gary Nunn, who interviewed her for the Sentinel.
Vegan editor Elizabeth Usher speaks with Rodney Todd ahead of his Sydney Comedy Festival show “Good Morning Kebab”.
A self-made documentarian from the age of 20, Shaye Fox has been archiving live rock shows since 2019. He spoke with youth editor Corin Shearston about the making of his second film.
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian has announced a raft of Covid-19 restrictions in a bid to curb a new outbreak in Sydney.
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.
The Sentinel speaks with Mary Coustas – actor, comedian, TV personality, writer and the woman behind iconic Greek-Australian character, ‘Effie’.