The Voice Australia star Penelope Pettigrew speaks to the Sentinel about bisexuality, visibility and bold plans for the future, as she releases a brand new single.
The RSPCA is encouraging people to participate in or donate to their Rescue Run as animal shelters across the state reopen.
The biggest Italian film festival outside Italy is about to launch its 22nd season, serving a delicious platter of modern and classic Mediterranean delights.
Some small businesses are feeling the strain as they walk a tightrope of keeping customers happy while policing them for compliance with Covid regulations.
Elizabeth Usher pays tribute to Bede Carmody, founder of A Poultry Place and a true hero of Australia’s animal rights world.
Since winning X Factor in 2013, Dami Im has become a huge star. She spoke with the Sentinel about her stellar career, Eurovision and her new album, My Reality.
Union and community activists want the NSW Government to reverse its decision to scrap the historic Manly ferries. reports Jim McIlroy.
A new community centre aims to help both disabled and abled Sydneysiders with a range of workshops, activities and training.
Under the Volcano is a new film about the legendary AIR Studios in the Caribbean and the forces of nature that ended a dream.
The Friends of Erskineville group says Sydney Park is under threat from a proposal which would see a large apartment complex built overlooking the park’s renowned wetlands.
After being grounded by the pandemic for months, internationally acclaimed musical Come From Away prepares to take off again.
Bhavani Baumann of Green Lion fame talks exclusively with The Sentinel about her exciting new food offering, set to open next month in Sydney’s Inner West.
In our latest advice column, we help readers deal with problems confronting them as they return, blinking, into the light of an opened-up Sydney.
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.
The Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Parade will be back at the SCG next year.