The case could result in the former president and opposition leader being banned from politics.
- by Dan Williams
I doubt many people consider how a live performance has been funded while they wait for it to begin.
- by Janine Collins
Calls to financially punish artists or organisations who choose to take action in line with their values smacks of desperation.
- by Osman Faruqi
Benjamin Netanyahu and his family are seeking thousands in libel damages from Ehud Olmert after he claimed that they needed psychiatric treatment.
- by James Rothwell
Festival director Olivia Ansell is facing a baptism of fire for her first event.
- by Garry Maddox
The actor’s Instagram post featuring a pro-Palestine collage was condemned by Israel’s current and former UN ambassadors: “10 points from Gryffindor.”
- by Gabriella Swerling
The health impact of back-to-back or simultaneous infections is still largely unknown, as the different viruses multiply independently.
- by Martha Beck, Caroline Aragaki and Rachel Gamarski
Constantly shifting rules have led to accusations that leaders craft policies around business and political prerogatives rather than public health priorities.
- by Miriam Berger and Steve Hendrix
Activists want to keep Israeli academics, artists and dancers away from others lest their basic humanity be discovered.
- by Alex Ryvchin
This year’s Sydney Festival is being sponsored by a brutal regime.
- by Jennine Khalik
The trial, likely to be closely watched internationally, will examine whether a second round of boosters will help contend with the fast-spreading Omicron variant.
- by Rami Amichay, Dan Williams and Maayan Lubell