Queen Elizabeth II is celebrating 70 years on the throne. The occasion allows us to reflect on the importance of succession, writes Ben Wellings.
Sydney is world-famous for its harbour, skyline and beaches, not its libraries – but they’re among our greatest assets, writes Gary Nunn.
Political philosopher, author, commentator and former Race Discrimination Commissioner Tim Soutphommasane explores the election of Australia’s most diverse parliament to date.
On the campaign trail with Walkley Award-winning journalist turned Senate candidate Jane Caro, editor-at-large Gary Nunn discovers how she’s translating her passions as a writer into a platform as a politician.
Features editor Makayla Muscat investigates how Afghans are settling in Australia following the fall of Kabul.
Conspiracy theories pushed by supporters of former US President Donald Trump, among others, could pose a threat to the upcoming federal election.
Ahead of the release of his new book, Kylie: Song by Song, Marc Andrews explains why Kylie Minogue – whose pop career has lasted an incredible 35 years and counting – is as relevant as ever.
After launching his debut book “The Psychic Tests” via Zoom during lockdown last year, the Sentinel’s editor-at-large, Gary Nunn, is relaunching the acclaimed tome in real life at an exciting live event.
Musical theatre legend Caroline O’Connor emerges from pandemic-related depression to triumph in 9 to 5 the Musical. But she reveals to editor at large Gary Nunn why she has still been feeling tearful and vulnerable.
A wide range of LGBTQI community members and their allies have welcomed the NSW Government’s move to reject the Education Legislation Amendment (Parental Rights) Bill.
Hamish Macdonald opens up to The Sentinel about coming out, journalism, leaving Q+A and his big Mardi Gras hosting gig.
Whether you know him as Mark Trevorrow or Bob Downe, he’s an icon of Australian entertainment. The Sentinel gets up close and personal with the man himself ahead of his new Sydney shows.
The Sentinel meets the world’s most controversial and polarising gay activist, Peter Tatchell, ahead a screening of the Hating Peter Tatchell documentary at the Mardi Gras Film Festival.
While it’s probably received more brickbats than bouquets, Australian soap opera Neighbours has been a television mainstay for 37 years. Now, it seems TV bosses are reaching for the ‘off’ button.
The recent AUKMIN talks, focusing largely on China, have reaffirmed the British Government’s attempts to sell astronomically expensive weapons to Australia, say Sydney peace activists.