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The Imperial Hotel’s owners have reportedly taken over management of the venue while local residents lament how the venue’s name has been tarnished by shutdowns and allegations of drug dealing.
Since its traumatic origins in August 1985, during the early years of the HIV and AIDS crisis, ACON has evolved into a dynamic and multifaceted health promotion organisation. With the end of HIV transmissions now in sight, it is still an essential and enduring part of NSW’s health sector.
OPPOSITION Leader Bill Shorten has pledged to legislate same-sex marriage in his first 100 days if he is elected as prime minister at the next Federal …
The famous festival is going back to the future with a plan to revisit a number of ideas ditched years ago, including having one single home and making greater use of volunteers.
ALP also adopts motions to support same-sex parenting measures, more anti-homophobia and anti-transphobia school programs, and to make sure LGBTI refugees and asylum seekers are not sent to countries where it is unsafe for them.
Team behind iconic gay-friendly Sydney bar slam “conservative agenda” as factor in night club closure but vow to keep pub open
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THE Indian government’s National Crime Records Bureau has officially take a big step forward to include trans* people in its latest report. Previously, the report counted trans* people …
From the early days of the gay rights movement right through to the more recent legalisation of same-sex marriage across the US, a San Francisco school is about to get a subject dedicated to the history of LGBTI people and culture.
After instant uproar on social media, Glasgow’s Free Pride have revoked their blanket ban on drag queens all together.
Thanks to the surge in momentum that followed the introduction of same-sex marriage in Ireland and the US recently, Australia is now the closest it has ever been to achieving marriage equality. In the latest Hotseat segment inside the Star Observer’s August edition, Justin Koonin gets to the bottom of what needs to be done in order for it to soon become a reality.
Thanks to the surge in momentum that followed the introduction of same-sex marriage in Ireland and the US recently, Australia is now the closest it has ever been to achieving marriage equality. In the latest Hotseat segment inside the Star Observer’s August edition, Whitney Fitzsimmons gets to the bottom of what needs to be done in order for it to soon become a reality.
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AN online video by former Aussie Rules footballer Lachlan Beaton, in which he urges Australian MPs to legislate marriage equality, has gone viral on social media. …
TODAY’S edition of the Weekend Australian magazine has seen the AFL, NRL and Football Federation Australia join forces to take out a full page advertisement that …