Australian News Archive


Yarra Trams invites Victorians to vote on Pride Tram

The community has been invited to vote for the design that will appear on Yarra Tram’s next #AllAboard pride tram, which spreads the message that everyone is welcome on Victoria's iconic tram network.


Australians to vote 14 October 2023 on The Voice

Australians will vote on October 14 to decide whether the Constitution will be changed to include a Voice to Parliament and executive government.


Cadets claimed they where forced to 'Wear it Purple'

An undisclosed amount of cadets (where thinking less than a few) at the Australian Defence Force Academy (ADFA) have complained they felt pressured to wear purple clothing on Friday. In a statement to the press the Defense Department, however, emphasises that WIPD activities are intended to be voluntary for all personnel.


Tasmania adopts new and inclusive references to intersex people 

Advocates have welcomed amendments that update references to people with sex variations across existing Tasmanian laws and make those references more inclusive.


Watching the Matildas was absolute queer joy!

Matildas play with pride and at the ‘outest’ World Cup ever! To wear the Australian jersey is always a massive honour, but to wear the rainbow colours — something that I've always been really proud and passionate about - is really special." Matildas captain Sam Kerr.


LGBTQIA+ groups throw support behind the Yes vote on the Voice

In partnership with BlaQ Aboriginal Corporation, 22 LGBTQIA+ groups from around Australia on Wednesday joined together in support of the Yes campaign for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander constitutional recognition.


Push to move Mardi Gras Party to Allianz Stadium

The official Mardi Gras after-party, which attracts more than 10,000 people, has been held at Hordern Pavilion, Watson’s and The Entertainment Quarter in Moore Park for many years, although it has been criticised in recent years for overcapacity issues.


Christian lobbyist claims gay penguin couple are fake!

Right-wing Australian Christan politician and lobbyist Lyle Shelton from the 'Family First Party' said he believes that the gay penguin couple at Sea Life Sydney Aquarium are not only "fake" but are also being used to indoctrinate young children.


ACT passes Variation in Sex Characteristics Bill

The ACT Assembly has passed legislation to protect intersex human rights.

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