Social media users have expressed shock over a TikTok video which depicts an alleged rape victim being dismissed as “paranoid and delusional” by Surry Hills Police officers.
Documents obtained through a GIPA request show the University of Sydney has engaged in surveillance of staff and students who were organising against course and staff cuts last year.
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.
Each week, John Moyle explores exceptional examples of Australian songs and music videos. This week: ‘You Might Think’ by Sons of the East – a Sydney band that’s bigger overseas than at home.
Asian Australians are experiencing an upsurge in racism, with bigots emboldened by Covid-19 and Australia’s deteriorating relationship with China.
The Sentinel speaks with theatre director Shari Sebbens about her funny yet scathing play, Seven Methods of Killing Kylie Jenner.
Eviction notices have sparked fears the state government wants to sell off or redevelop the Northcott Estate social housing complex at Surry Hills.
Facebook will restore news content on the social media app for Australians “within days”, the tech giant and the federal government have confirmed.
As our Prime Minister and another powerful world leader square off, we ask: which android will blink first?
The Sydney Star Observer has been accused of body shaming and racism after a controversial social media post.
Despite being a small, local publication and a newcomer to the media landscape, the Sydney Sentinel has not avoided the wrath of Facebook, which today blocked a raft of media outlets in protest at the federal government’s Media Bargaining law.
SAGE Australia has called on the federal government to include protections for SGD communities in its proposed Online Anti-Bullying Bill.
Several thousand people have gathered to oppose Australia Day at a largely trouble-free rally in The Domain.
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.
Guy James Whitworth looks at the trials and tribulations of being a law-abiding citizen amidst anti-masker ‘rebels’.