The NSW Labor leader’s decision to vote against voluntary assisted dying shows him to be out of touch, lacking leadership and deeply disappointing to progressive voters, opines Gary Nunn.
Sunny Grace pens a paean to spring – and an easing of lockdown restrictions – in our fair city.
A unique political campaign has resulted in speeches by young people being read aloud by MPs in federal parliament. Youth editor Corin Shearston investigates.
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.
In the wake of Gladys Berejiklian’s resignation, Gary Nunn examines the premier’s considerable, complicated and sometimes controversial legacy.
Ahead of moderating an event at the Antidote festival, Paddy Manning speaks to Gary Nunn about climate change, News Corp and how writers make ends meet.
Jim McIlroy reviews Radicals: Remembering the Sixties by noted Sydney activists and authors Meredith Burgmann and Nadia Wheatley.
Wiradjuri woman Yvonne Weldon is the first Aboriginal Australian to stand for Sydney Lord Mayor. She speaks with the Sentinel about the milestone and challenging the powerful incumbent, Clover Moore.
Clover Moore tells the Sentinel of her continuing plans for Sydney, as the stalwart Lord Mayor vies for re-election in September.
June 2021 marks 50 years since Green Bans were introduced by Jack Mundey and the Builders Labourers Federation (BLF) to save Sydney’s historic buildings from demolition.
Councillor Angela Vithoulkas has announced she will run against incumbent Sydney Lord Mayor Clover Moore, revealing a bold seven-point plan to “reimagine” council operations.
Want know what it feels like to be different? Paint your nails for a day and you’ll soon find out, explains #NAILit4IDAHO founder Travis de Jonk.
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.
Award-winning journalist, author and Sydney Writers’ Festival drawcard Rick Morton speaks with the Sentinel about his year of living vulnerably.
A 402-year-old Spanish play – currently being staged in Sydney – is astonishingly relevant in modern day Australia, writes Gary Nunn.