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Ahead of the City election in September, Ben Raue of The Tally Room reflects on the rise of Sydney’s longest-serving lord mayor and wonders what the future will hold.
Kings Cross is undergoing a metamorphosis, but yet to land in a place that rests easy with its history or provide a pathway forward for its future. A new report sets out a vision to revitalise the precinct.
With the Green Park sold and the Hollywood on the market, Christopher Kelly laments the closure of two of Sydney’s iconic hotels.
Since the publication 30 years ago of the royal commission’s report into Aboriginal deaths in custody, little action has been taken. Christopher Kelly reports. *Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander readers are warned the following article contains the names of deceased people.
Until it is properly acknowledged that centuries of ill-treatment of Aboriginal people is linked to our imprisonment and deaths in custody, our circumstances will not improve, writes Meena Singh.
Australia’s social security net is failing to keep vulnerable families out of poverty, with researchers warning the child poverty rates for single-parent families is set to soar now that the coronavirus supplements have ended. Luke Michael reports.
As the March floods highlighted, we can’t continue to build cities and towns based on business-as-usual planning principles — especially as these disasters tend to disproportionately affect disadvantaged populations. Elizabeth Mossop explains what’s possible when the political will is there.
As Hal Pawson and Vivienne Milligan discuss, the NSW government’s new 20-year housing strategy gives a broad nod to issues at play while offering few actionable solutions.
A planned overhaul of the National Disability Insurance Scheme has been soundly rejected by the disability sector. Christopher Kelly reports.
A spate of deaths across Australia has renewed calls for a move away from the current punitive approach to drug taking towards policies of harm-minimisation. Jake Kendall reports.
The NSW police officer who was filmed slamming an Aboriginal teenager face-first to the ground in Surry Hills in June 2020 has been charged with two counts of assault. Alec Smart reports.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Aboriginal Legal Service. Here’s how it all began.
On 17 April, trans protesters and their allies took to Taylor Square to oppose an anti-trans education bill. At the rally, queer non-binary primary school educator Sam Guerra delivered an impassioned speech.
Federal MP for Sydney, Tanya Plibersek, says violence against women in Australia is a ‘national crisis’.
Modern, urban economies produce a distinctive kind of city life — one where wealth appears to be high in general. However, as Rowland Atkinson discusses, the reality is that many middle-income and poorer residents are negatively affected.
The story behind the Story Factory.
One-in-eight Australians provide unpaid care and support to a family member or friend. But what is it really like to care?