Pride events around the globe are being cancelled due to COVID-19. Famous events like Amsterdam Pride, Trans Pride Scotland and LA Leather Pride are just three out of hundreds of events that have already been cancelled due to concerns about community health, travel restrictions and economic woes.
Pell 'not found innocent' but ‘acquitted’ on legal technicality. The High Court granted Cardinal George Pell special leave to appeal and unanimously allowed the appeal. In other words, Pell won. His convictions were quashed on a legal technicality and he will be released from prison.
The coronavirus lockdown could test your relationship. Here's how to keep it intact (and even improve it).
With the raft of social distancing measures in place to control the spread of coronavirus, you may be spending more time with your partner than ever before.
If you’re both working from home, and with nowhere to go out to in the evenings, there’s a chance you might start to get on each other’s nerves. Perhaps it’s happening already.
Is your mental health deteriorating during the coronavirus pandemic? Here's what to look out for. Before the pandemic, one in five Australians experienced mental ill-health every year.
But the uncertainty and instability around coronavirus has the potential to exacerbate existing anxiety and depression and contribute to the onset of new mental health problems.
So what are some of the signs your mental health might be declining during the pandemic? And what can you do about it?
No, a DNA swab can’t tell you if you’re gay, or likely to be obese, or depressed. And it can be damaging to believe so. The launch of a genetic app titled “How gay are you?” prompted a well-deserved outcry from scientists and the public last month, with media coverage branding it “disgusting” and “the latest bad idea”.
There was something incredibly unique and powerful about our LGBTIQA+ community and allies coming together for the inaugural Canberra Together; it showed the best of who we are and what we are capable of when we make space for each other and work together.
Local Melbourne girl Adriana Pannuzzo is living her dreams in the Big Apple. Hard work and ambition is beginning to pay off for triple threat performing artist from Melbourne, Adriana Pannuzzo, who is pursuing her career in the United States.
It’s impossible not to be proud of Canberra. Despite the Prime Minister’s attempts at using “the Canberra Bubble” as a dismissive and straightforward slur on the politics that is part of Canberra’s DNA, I’m delighted to use it differently. We have, over successive generations, created a bubble that celebrates diversity to such an extent that I feel more at home, more safe and more welcome here than anywhere else.
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