Half a century ago, Australia’s first commercial gay magazine, William & John, was launched. Now, Gary Nunn reveals the riveting story behind the publication and its trailblazing publisher, John Baker.
Some men just can’t – or won’t – get on board with plant-based food. The reasons are more complicated than you might think.
Sylvie Ellsmore, City of Sydney Lord Mayoral candidate for the Greens, speaks to the Sentinel ahead of the 4 December NSW local government elections.
Exclusive lanes for autonomous vehicles have been proposed as local researchers make significant progress in the development of autonomous vehicle technologies.
A new footbridge connecting Carriageworks and South Eveleigh has been proposed by the Friends of Erskineville, REDWatch and Alexandria Residents Action Group.
In the wake of Gladys Berejiklian’s resignation, Gary Nunn examines the premier’s considerable, complicated and sometimes controversial legacy.
As climate change continues apace, Richie Black explores how rising sea levels will impact coastal areas of Sydney – and the outlook is sobering.
An earthquake in Victoria has been felt across the Sydney metropolitan area and as far north as the Central Coast.
Jim McIlroy reviews Radicals: Remembering the Sixties by noted Sydney activists and authors Meredith Burgmann and Nadia Wheatley.
A war of words has broken out over the future management of Callan Park and whether the site is under new risk of commercial redevelopment.
John Moyle profiles Dictionary by a Bitch, a new theatrical work about one of Sydney’s most fascinating characters – the late, great Bee Miles.
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.
A footbridge under construction over the Redfern rail corridor has been criticised for its failure to link Carriageworks and the Australian Technology Park. Users will also need an Opal card to cross the bridge or risk fines.
The inimitable James Reyne scores with a solo acoustic set at Sydney’s Seymour Centre.
Inner West Greens candidates plan to break what they say is a Labor-Liberal alliance with a platform of expanding public spaces and establishing a greener council.