Taking advantage of Covid-19 lockdowns, cultural historian Warren Fahey took a look at how Sydney has dealt with the dead in his new book Dead and Buried, writes John Moyle.
Just seven months since the last Sydney Film Festival, we’re finally seeing the events return to their traditional June dates. Tahli Blackman speaks with festival director Nashen Moodley about this year’s highlights.
Queen Elizabeth II is celebrating 70 years on the throne. The occasion allows us to reflect on the importance of succession, writes Ben Wellings.
Political philosopher, author, commentator and former Race Discrimination Commissioner Tim Soutphommasane explores the election of Australia’s most diverse parliament to date.
Sunny Grace describes how she has gone from political engagement to disenchantment and despair during one of the most dispiriting election campaigns in recent history.
Hannah Maher is a proud transgender woman running as a NSW Senate candidate for the Reason Party in the federal election. She tells Brandon Bear how her candidacy was inspired by her trans journey and growing up in the bush.
Russia has no right to launch attacks across Ukraine and it must pull back. However, the conflict cannot be understood outside the relentless drive by the United States to expand NATO up to Russia’s border and to encircle it militarily, argues Sam Wainwright.
The Sentinel looks at the divisive issue of Australia Day – presenting arguments for and against by Travis de Jonk and Richie Black.
EXCLUSIVE: US superstar Todrick Hall speaks with the Sentinel about being in charge of his career, working with Beyoncé, his dark and difficult moments, and much more ahead of the Australian leg of his Femuline World Tour.
Sunny Grace pens a paean to spring – and an easing of lockdown restrictions – in our fair city.
Australia’s animal agriculture industry is seeking to ban terms such as ‘plant-based milk’, ‘meat-free mince’ and ‘vegan sausages’. National campaign group Vegan Australia weighs in.
In the final instalment of a three-part series on Juanita Nielsen, John Moyle explores the years after Nielsen’s disappearance, including her entry into the lexicon of popular culture.
In part two of a three-part series of articles on Juanita Nielsen, John Moyle explores the lead-up to her disappearance and its immediate aftermath.
An investigation into neo-Nazis has discovered popular children’s entertainer, ‘Ally Boom Boom’ – who also drummed for pop-punk band The Spazzys – is a racist who posts hate speech online.
Potted Potter sees the entire Harry Potter series boiled down to an easily digestible 70 minutes – and seasoned with humour and bad wigs.