EXCLUSIVE: Former City of Sydney Councillor Christine Forster opens up about her time on council, her brother Tony, her marriage – and her lofty political plans.
The ‘play within a play’ device is used effectively in Belvoir Street Theatre’s new production “Opening Night”, writes Gary Nunn.
Our resident Agony Aunt returns in 2022 to offer advice on what to do when a friend continually cancels on plans at the last minute.
Sexuality, eroticism and sexual politics are addressed in this bold new art exhibit.
The Sentinel reviews The Boomkak Panto – a belly-achingly funny theatrical concoction from the devilishly witty mind of Virginia Gay.
Several hundred people have attended trans rights events in Sydney, to call for an end to transphobic violence and to oppose Mark Latham’s ‘Trans Erasure Bill’.
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.
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.
The Australian Institute of Music and singer Jade MacRae have joined forces with the Sydney Solstice festival to reignite Sydney’s live music scene.
Indie pop singer-songwriter Imogen Clark puts her past experiences, hurt, heartbreak and joy into the fresh new EP, Bastards.
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.
Winter has begun but Sydney is still running hot with things to see and do. We’ve put together our monthly hit list of must-do events to help you navigate a packed calendar.
The NSW Government has been accused of forcing poor people out of the inner city at a rally against plans to redevelop social housing estates.
A NSW police officer, who slammed an Aboriginal teenager face-first onto a brick-paved footpath in Surry Hills, is facing two charges of assault.
Award-winning journalist, author and Sydney Writers’ Festival drawcard Rick Morton speaks with the Sentinel about his year of living vulnerably.