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Mardi Gras museum plans shot down
Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras (SGLMG) has given up the long-time push for a permanent Mardi Gras museum in Taylor Square’s T2 building. In a joint statement sent out on Friday afternoon, SGLMG and the City...
- Posted 40 days ago
No rain for our parade
The weather held off and approximately 300,000 people lined Oxford and Flinders streets on Saturday night for the Sydney Mardi Gras Parade. Spectators watched 108 entry floats and groups, and 9,067 total participants in the 35th...
- Posted 76 days ago
Rainbow road likely to get green light
Clover Moore’s proposal to introduce rainbow-coloured pedestrian crossings on Oxford St is likely to be approved. In December, City of Sydney Council unanimously approved Lord Mayor Clover Moore’s proposal to paint the Taylor Square and Whitlam Square...
- Posted 139 days ago
Mardi Gras museum saga continues
BY ROBERT BURTON-BRADLEY Confusion reigns over the future of a Mardi Gras Museum at Taylor Square after City of Sydney Council approved designs for a bike hub at the site. Last night, council approved a bid by...
- Posted 190 days ago
Mallard makes final pitch
ROBERT BURTON-BRADLEY There’s a sense even amongst Shayne Mallard’s closest supporters that this is the last chance he has to make it to the big time of state politics. A sense that all the years served on inner...
- Posted 210 days ago
Greens preferences puts Sydney in Greenwich’s grasp
ROBERT BURTON-BRADLEY Alex Greenwich is looming as a likely victor in the forthcoming Sydney by-election after the Greens revealed they will preference only independents. Greens candidate Chris Harris revealed to the Star Observer that he will still...
- Posted 219 days ago
Greenwich proposes to Sydney
It’s very easy to underestimate Alex Greenwich, Clover Moore’s would-be successor and independent candidate for the seat of Sydney. For all the charm and confidence the 31-year–old gay marriage campaigner exudes on national television as the public face...
- Posted 224 days ago
NSW gets into the gay marriage game
A cross-party group of New South Wales MPs have joined forces in an attempt to introduce marriage equality in the state. The National’s Trevor Khan, Liberal’s Bruce Notley-Smith, the Greens’ Cate Faehrmann, Labor’s Penny Sharpe, and Sydney Independent...
- Posted 245 days ago
Congratulations to Clover Moore on earning the title of Lord Mayor once again, and while I made my support for the independent no secret on election day, I did discover something quite curious. Our politics have reached...
- Posted 251 days ago
Mayoral tilt for Abbott’s sister?
Opposition Leader Tony Abbott’s lesbian sister, Christine Forster could challenge Sydney Lord Mayor Clover Moore for the city’s top job, Liberal party sources claim. The Wentworth Courier reported last week that Forster was in the running for...
- Posted 324 days ago