Sydney youth worker Michael Coleman is being detained in an Israeli prison, six days after the boat he was travelling aboard en route to Gaza … Read more
As 505 rolls towards a third year as a legal live music venue, its success at producing quality performances goes to show the possibility of … Read more
“We are building a new society within the shell of the old,” says Andreas, an international student from Surabaya in Indonesia, borrowing a quote from … Read more
When young Dolores Correa arrived with her family from Spain in 1961 there was nowhere in the city to gather over a plate of tapas … Read more
The audience is seated in front of an open apartment. Building workers are heard over their walkie-talkies clearing the way for a demolition ball to … Read more
The ideas expressed by Julian Assange, Antony Lowenstein, Simon Sheikh and Slavoj Žižek are far from dangerous.
They are seductive and beautiful and offer hope.… Read more
A selection of world-class documentaries is hitting Sydney screens from October 5 to 9, for Australia’s first international documentary film festival.
Films spanning the 60s … Read more
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Marrickville residents are campaigning against their council’s use of a controversial pesticide to kill weeds in the area.
Glyphosate is potentially a carcinogenic and has … Read more
BY LIZ CUSH
Marrickville Council’s Mayor Fiona Byrne has come under attack this month over an industrial dispute with waste collection workers.
Ms Byrne has … Read more