“Mardi Gras saves lives. That’s why the show must go on.” The Sentinel sits down with Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras CEO Albert Kruger.
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.
Sydney LGBTQI activist Gary Burns has alleged he was treated in an aggressive and hostile manner by NSW Police at the recent Trans Day of Resistance Rally in Newtown.
Relatives of Gomeroi man Mark Mason have marked 11 years since his killing by NSW Police, calling for justice for victims of police violence.
With Dominic Perrottet confirmed as Gladys Berejiklian’s successor, the Sentinel explores the political career of the man set to be the 46th Premier of NSW.
After weeks of speculation, NSW Health Minister Brad Hazzard today confirmed the state will exit lockdown on 11 October.
Residents of Western and South-Western Sydney are furious over double standards, including inconsistent Covid policing and fines.
Residents of the Common Ground housing estate in Camperdown are demanding compensation for their treatment during a 14-day hard lockdown.
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.
In July 1975, activist, journalist and Kings Cross local Juanita Nielsen disappeared, never to be seen again. In this – the first instalment of a three-part series of articles on the topic – John Moyle paints a picture of the Cross at the time.
Residents of a social and affordable housing estate in Camperdown are calling for respect and support after their complex was placed into hard lockdown.
Parents, teachers and students have been given clarity around when children can return to school, with staggered face-to-face learning to commence on 25 October.
More than 1,400 police officers have quashed a planned anti-lockdown protest in Sydney, as the city records its highest daily Covid-19 case numbers.
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian has warned that worse is to come after announcing a new 24-hour record of locally acquired Covid-19 cases.