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Australia Is One Step Closer To Marriage Equality

By Erin Archer   LGBTIQ Australia’s have reached yet another milestone, with the bill to┬álegalise same-sex marriage passing the senate without amendment, with 43 senators voting yes and 12 voting

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Burke’s Backyard Accusations

By Erin Archer   It seems big names in Australian media are not immune from accusations of sexual assault. Don Burke, the star of┬áChannel Nine’s Burke’s Backyard, has been investigated

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“Butcher of Bosnia” sentenced to life for genocide and war crimes

By Jay-Anna Mobbs Justice has finally been awarded for those affected by the Srebrenica massacre as Ratko Mladic has been sentenced to life imprisonment. On Wednesday, judges at the International

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Postecoglou resigns: Who will land the Socceroos top job?

By Jay-Anna Mobbs The top job as head coach of the Socceroos is up for grabs after Ange Postecoglou announced his resignation following four years in the position. Postecoglou announced

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… It’s a Yes Vote!

By Erin Archer   It’s been 2 months since the same-sex marriage surveys were sent out to every eligible person in Australia, to decide whether gay people in the country,

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Guardian Essential Poll predicts Yes vote in same-sex marriage postal survey

By Kristina Rosengren According to a recent Essential poll from the Guardian, a yes vote is likely to result out of the Turnbull government’s $122 million same sex marriage postal

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Eight people killed with more than a dozen people injured in a tragic terrorist attack in New York City

By Jay-Anna Mobbs A 29 year old man in a rented ute has killed eight people leaving more than a dozen others injured in a terrorist attack near the World

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Linda Burney’s son found dead

By Jay-Anna Mobbs Labor backbencher Linda Burney, has taken leave from Parliament after the sudden death of her son. Binni Kirkbright-Burney, 33, was found dead in the family’s Sydney home

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London Motorists to be hit with new road toll

By Jay-Anna Mobbs London motorists will soon have to pay approximately $40 just to drive through the centre of the British capital as part of a new fee designed to

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Pill testing at Spilt Milk scrapped

By Erin Archer The blame game has started about who is at fault, after it was revealed there will not be pill testing at the music festival Spilt Milk after