The Melbourne Star Wheel has Derryn Hinch calling it out for what it is — Melbourne skyline’s “white elephant” — and despite the Wheel being built…and rebuilt…people still won’t come.
With Endgame opening tomorrow night at Ros Packer Theatre, STC Artistic Director Andrew Upton talks about the grim conclusion to our happy tales and what TBS writers can learn from Beckett.
As Labor rolls over on data retention laws, Greens Senator Lee Rhiannon puts out a call to unions to go find the so-called Opposition that has just rolled its own loyal supporters.
Shadow Minister for Cities, Anthony Albanese, can imagine a nightmare scenario of an Australia where someone’s income is immediately recognisable by their postcode, but Australia does not need to go down this path…here’s how.
This TBS Ten features the fabulous Bianca Del Rio, winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race Season Six and we find out why everyone hates helping her move…
Following the death of entertainment industry stalwart Stuart Wagstaff, John Mangos recalls a man of many letters – in fact an entire alphabet!
Fearing the worsening affordable housing crisis in inner city Sydney, MP Alex Greenwich points to positive government initiatives such as the Housing NSW Camperdown development as a way of dealing with the situation.
Greens spokesperson for animal welfare Senator Lee Rhiannon offers a way to turn the sport hunting outrage against Glenn McGrath and Brett Lee into a positive for animal welfare.
For our second instalment of the “TBS Ten”, Henry Rollins talks to us about work, music and his secret life as Latoya Jackson…
In the first of the “TBS Ten” interview series, The Hon. Trevor Ashley, First Lady of Oxford Street tells us about that “sitch” with Julie Bishop…
Congratulating Luke Foley on his unopposed election as NSW Labor leader, Independent MP for Sydney Alex Greenwich urges him to evolve on marriage equality and maintain Labor’s support for anti-discrimination legislation.
TBS catches up with well-known and much-loved performer Paul Capsis for a quick Christmas chat about the year that’s been and the one that’s to come…
David Shoebridge MLC and the NSW Greens support evidence-based firearms legislation – it might not make everyone happy, but it will keep everyone safe
Shadow Minister for Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism Anthony Albanese fears Australia will be left behind in the urban policy stakes if the Abbott government doesn’t lift its game.
The unveiling of three new major works of public art for the City of Sydney has caused a heated discussion about art, and Lord Mayor Clover Moore couldn’t be happier.
PM Tony Abbott and his government might have danced on the grave of the Carbon Tax, but Greens Senator Lee Rhiannon still sees a bright future for renewables in Australia.
The Hon. Gabrielle Upton, MP and State Minister for Family and Community Services argues the case for evidence-based funding of homelessness services.
Derryn Hinch may be dubbing Rolf Harris “Jake the Ped” but he doesn’t believe the disgraced entertainer should be wiped from Jamie Cooper’s Queen Vic Market mural.
In response to John Preston, City of Sydney Lord Mayor Clover Moore puts forward her case for trigeneration as “what the community wants and what the science says we need to do.”
In a world where those living with HIV/AIDS face injustice, David Buchanan SC shines a light into how such occurs and the work of the HALC to right these wrongs.
Focusing on the real matter at hand, ethics, Greens Higher Education spokesperson Senator Lee Rhiannon weighs into the debate about Frances Abbott’s Whitehouse Scholarship.