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Psychologist leaves LGBTI advocacy work
A leading voice for Queensland LGBTI advocacy, psychologist Paul Martin, has announced he will be leaving the role he has championed for 25 years. The head of Queenslanders for Equality and principal psychologist at Brisbane’s Centre for...
- Posted 179 days ago
No movement on marriage in Victoria
Gay and lesbian Victorians will have to wait until other states legislate for marriage first, state parliamentarians told a marriage equality forum last week. About 20 people attended the forum hosted by Australian Marriage Equality and the...
- Posted 181 days ago
Religious exemptions on students fail
Proposed laws to allow religious schools to discriminate against students on religious grounds have been voted down by Tasmanian Greens and Liberal Party MPs. Tasmanian gay rights advocates have welcomed the move after concerns were raised about...
- Posted 182 days ago
Cold welcome to unions bill
A civil partnerships bill in the South Australian Parliament should not distract lawmakers from legislating for same-sex marriage, a marriage equality advocate has warned SA politicians. SA independent MP Bob Such introduced his civil partnerships bill into...
- Posted 200 days ago
Tas marriage push still strong
The marriage equality campaign will go on regardless of last month’s narrow defeat in the Tasmanian Upper House, marriage equality advocates told a rally last weekend. About 80 people attended the Launceston rally at the city’s Civic Square. Politicians...
- Posted 200 days ago
The way forward on marriage
Leading marriage equality advocates will outline their views on the way forward for the issue and seek community input at upcoming forums in Melbourne and Sydney. Newly-appointed national convenor of Australian Marriage Equality (AME), Rodney Croome, said...
- Posted 207 days ago
Gay marriage in ‘a matter of months’
Australian Marriage Equality convenor Rodney Croome has said he expects to see gay marriage legalised somewhere in Australia within a matter of months. Speaking to the Star Observer today after Tasmania’s Upper House narrowly voted down same...
- Posted 234 days ago
Tasmanian vote too close to call
Same-sex marriage for Tasmania faces its final hurdle next week when the bill goes before the state’s Upper House for an unpredictable vote. Tasmanian Gay and Lesbian Rights Lobby spokesman Rodney Croome has said the outcome is...
- Posted 241 days ago
Marriage ad campaign targets Tasmania
A new same-sex marriage advertising campaign highlighting the link between marriage and family is set to hit Tasmanian newspapers tomorrow. One ad features Burnie father,Peter Moore, who wants his gay son, Robbie, to be able to marry...
- Posted 248 days ago
Hobart backs marriage equality
Hobart’s city councillors will lobby Tasmanian Upper House members for same-sex marriage after the council passed a motion to do so this week. It’s the second Tasmanian council to endorse same-sex marriage after the Glenorchy City Council...
- Posted 249 days ago