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With Gladys gone, NSW has the most conservative premier since World War II. Christopher Kelly reports.
Clover Moore wins an historic ﬁfth term as Sydney lord mayor. Political analyst Ben Raue crunches the inner-city numbers.
Scott Morrison made Australia even more of a climate pariah at the United Nations’ climate change conference in Glasgow. Sarah Hathway reports.
As a new report reveals, offsetting carbon emissions will be an essential part of Australia’s quest for net zero.
With plans afoot to transform Oxford Street, Scott McKinnon traces the strip’s queer history.
A new report reveals important new insights into how Australians access, consume and experience drugs today. Jake Kendall scours the document.
Advocates and policy experts speak out about illicit drug use.
For Dallas Rogers, cycling is about more than active travel — it’s the way he engages with the world.
A Mission Australia survey reveals the unique experiences and challenges faced by young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Dominic Brookes reports.
While you may not recognise the name, you will no doubt be familiar with Scott Marsh’s controversial street art. Christopher Kelly reports.
The heritage-listed foreshore site was once home to a notorious asylum for the insane. Shana Chandra reports.
Social activist Lanz Priestley — who died in November — was a passionate crusader for Sydney’s homeless.
Hall Greenland pays tribute to an old comrade.
In an article for the AFR, Pru Goward discussed her “lifelong fascination with the underclass”. Oh, do tell, Pru, writes Joel Jenkins.
By respecting someone’s pronouns, writes transgender rights activist Nevo Zisin, you’re validating their gender identity.
2022 marks the 40th anniversary of the ﬁrst Australian AIDS diagnosis. A new book explores the crucial role volunteers played at a time of disaster.