TBS spoke to the Minister for Men Gretel Killeen about not listening to her mother re: the opposite gender and her upcoming production Smart Arsing.
From Maggie Beer to Kinky Friedman, we asked some of our TBS family “What is the one New Years Resolution you always make, but never keep”.
Responding to Edward Mandla’s “Who killed Oxford Street?” piece for TBS, MP Alex Greenwich unveils his plans for revitalising the troubled thoroughfare.
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.
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.
OK, you’ve had a chance to sleep off the hangovers, and so have TBS writers, staff and friends as they fess up their NYE resolutions for the year ahead…
Today marks World AIDS Day for 2014 and Alex Greenwich says it’s time to celebrate all that’s been achieved to eradicate HIV and to look to the future initiatives.
Alex Greenwich wants to ensure the viability of the Sydney live music and performance scene, and would like to see the NSW Government follow suit.
Independent MP Alex Greenwich stands proud with the NSW Parliament as it supports his motion declaring that seeking asylum is a human right.
A week where John Preston locked horns with Alex Greenwich on TBS about City of Sydney elections ends with Greenwich announcing a proposed bill to let businesses have their electoral say.
It could have been a woman, should have been a woman and Alexandra Tselios wants to know why a female Liberal MP wasn’t given the chance to be the new NSW Premier…
The NSW Government’s announcement to sell off the Millers Point social estate draws a fiery response from MP Alex Greenwich and Sydney Lord Mayor Clover Moore.
Independent member for Sydney, Alex Greenwich, fears proposed NSW council amalgamations could strike at the heart of grass roots democracy.