Some small businesses are feeling the strain as they walk a tightrope of keeping customers happy while policing them for compliance with Covid regulations.
Sunny Grace pens a paean to spring – and an easing of lockdown restrictions – in our fair city.
Prisoner rights activists are demanding that authorities heed the health advice and protect people in prison.
NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet has adjusted the state’s roadmap out of Covid, easing various restrictions earlier and increasing visitor caps on gatherings.
With Dominic Perrottet confirmed as Gladys Berejiklian’s successor, the Sentinel explores the political career of the man set to be the 46th Premier of NSW.
After weeks of speculation, NSW Health Minister Brad Hazzard today confirmed the state will exit lockdown on 11 October.
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian has revealed the roadmap for the state’s 80 percent double dose vaccination target.
The latest instalment of our weekly ‘Agony Aunt’ column looks at what to do when your friend has an ideological objection to Covid-19 vaccination.
Australian indie-pop icon Ben Lee sits down with the Sentinel, revealing why he feels like Batman – and why he was born for the “bullshit” of popular culture.
The hair and beauty industry has called upon the NSW Government to discard certain Covid-19 rules such as ‘five client’ cap for personal services as the state prepares to reopen.
Residents of Western and South-Western Sydney are furious over double standards, including inconsistent Covid policing and fines.
Residents of the Common Ground housing estate in Camperdown are demanding compensation for their treatment during a 14-day hard lockdown.
Australian expat Amanda Smith weighs into federal government’s continuing ‘Fortress Australia’ approach to Covid-19, which has seen tens of thousands of Australians locked out of their own country.
As NSW reaches the goal of 80 per cent for first dose Covid-19 vaccinations, Catholic Health Australia calls on the Commonwealth to mandate vaccinations for disability support workers.
Despite the NSW Government’s admission that essential workplaces are key sites of Covid-19 transmission, it has done little to address workers’ concerns, reports Isaac Nellist.