Category: What’s on Sydney

Readers in a frenzy as Margaret Atwood’s The Testaments released early 0

Readers in a frenzy as Margaret Atwood’s The Testaments released early

Readers have been waiting 34 years for a sequel to The Handmaid’s Tale – and now a lucky few won’t have to wait a week longer.

Novel idea sees little Gippsland library shelve its opening hours 0

Novel idea sees little Gippsland library shelve its opening hours

When members of Foster library asked that it stay open later, its management was faced with a dilemma. The answer? Let the users open the library themselves.

Laver’s sage advice to mercurial, near impossibe-to-coach Kyrgios 0

Laver’s sage advice to mercurial, near impossibe-to-coach Kyrgios

Australian tennis legend Rod Laver believes the formula for Nick Kyrgios is simple, but first he has to stop ‘interfering with his own ability’.

Hong Kong students rally for democracy 0

Hong Kong students rally for democracy

Thousands of Hong Kong university and school students have swapped classes for democracy protests, the latest act of defiance in an anti-government movement that has plunged the Chinese-ruled city into its biggest political crisis in decades.

Australia won’t hand $5B back to Timor 0

Australia won’t hand $5B back to Timor

Australia will not compensate East Timor for an alleged $5 billion in gas revenue it collected during a previous treaty signed after it spied on the country by bugging its offices.

Australians, you should throw your arms around the GOAT 0

Australians, you should throw your arms around the GOAT

When the Australians take to the field in Manchester next week in another attempt to retain the Ashes, one man will personify how well the team has recovered from Headingley.

Dark thriller Dragged Across Concrete has no interest in being polite 0

Dark thriller Dragged Across Concrete has no interest in being polite

The casting of Mel Gibson as a racist cop gives an idea of how little director Steven Craig Zahler cares about woke politics.