Conspiracy theories pushed by supporters of former US President Donald Trump, among others, could pose a threat to the upcoming federal election.
Australian artists George Gittoes and Hellen Rose tell features editor Makayla Muscat about their experience on the frontline in Ukraine, where they are documenting the effects of the ongoing Russian invasion.
John Moyle reviews the new theatrical adaptation of Alfred Hitchcock’s North by Northwest, now playing the Sydney Lyric Theatre.
Australians are seeking out Ukrainian goods at liquor stores and food markets in a bid to support the country as Russia invades.
The Existential Expert provides advice to those feeling overwhelmed by traumatic times at home and overseas.
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.
Esteemed London restauranteur Jan Woroniecki introduces his newest creation, Kavka Vodka, to the Australian market.
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.
John Moyle profiles Top End band David Garnham and the Reasons to Live, whose stunning new Americana single ‘Miss the Pain’ is out now, backed by an incredible animated music video.
The Sentinel’s Richie Black intercepts a report into the performance of Dustyevsky – the world’s leading fake Russian choir.
The Sentinel explores the cultural phenomenon of 28 hairy Australian blokes singing traditional Russian songs at the Sydney Opera House.
This orchestra will help you go on a trip without breaking any rules.
The website of divisive anti-immigration MP, Senator Pauline Hanson, is diverting visitors to the Refugee Council of Australia website in a stunt created by an anonymous prankster.
Sydney artist and author Guy James Whitworth says Taylor Swift is emblematic of the safe, subdued nature of today’s queer community.
Member for Sydney Alex Greenwich talks to the Sentinel about his past and the future – including the changing realities of a post-Covid Sydney.