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Within a few months of COVID disrupting life in Sydney for a second time, the Addison Road Community Centre recorded a 20 percent rise in food demand every week. Mark Mordue reports.
An unprecedented deal reached between staff and management at Newtown bookstore Better Read Than Dead has sent shockwaves across Australia’s retail sector. Christopher Kelly reports.
As Hugh Breakey discusses, free speech doesn’t give you the right to endanger other people’s health — or to biff horses.
Crown Towers, at 75 storeys, is now Sydney’s tallest building. As Dallas Rogers and Chris Gibson discuss, it should not exist, and certainly not where it is — in prime location on the harbour.
Australia’s first medically supervised injecting centre is still going strong despite the pressures of gentrification, reports John Moyle.
The zealots are on another crusade, this time hoping to resurrect the religious discrimination bill. Christopher Kelly reports.
Seemingly, all of a sudden, Australia’s conservatives are more than a little stirred up by critical race theory — so what is it? Luke Pearson and Nat Cromb explain.
As long as we accept the myriad of injustices perpetrated by the Morrison government, claiming “this is not we are” is disingenuous at best, writes Jennifer Wilson.
Reacting to the latest report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Australian scientists warn that — unless we act now — a hotter, drier and more dangerous future awaits.
The royal commission’s final report highlighted the extent of abuse and devaluation of women in residential aged care. As Kathy Eager and Anita Westera explain, for the abuse to stop, systemic change is required.
Sydney once saw itself as a city free of class divides and open to social advancement. But as Jess Scully discusses in her new book, your postcode can predetermine your life outcomes.
June marked 50 years since the Green Bans saved a significant proportion of Sydney’s historical buildings and parklands from destruction and high-rise development. Alec Smart reports.
A collection of photographs by prolific amateur photographer Percy James Bryant has been added to the City of Sydney Archives.
Refugee Week is Australia’s peak annual activity celebrating the positive contributions made by refugees to Australian society. Here, three refugees share their stories.