Mardi Gras rebrands at Bondi

Last month, New Mardi Gras unveiled its new identity at Bondi beach. Members of the queer community have spoken out against the Sydney Gay and … Read more

Married to the cause

On Tuesday, Liberal member for Wentworth, Malcolm Turnbull confronted Opposition Leader Tony Abbott with a request for a conscience vote on same-sex marriage. “My view … Read more

A chip off the old Block

The Aboriginal Housing Company’s (AHC) long awaited Pemulwuy Project will ensure the provision of 62 low rent town houses and apartments to indigenous people.

The Final Push

Saturday, December 3 will see the largest, and possibly the last rally to demand marriage for same-sex couples. Activists, politicians, gays, lesbians and their friends, families and supporters will meet at the north end of Hyde Park and march to the Labor Party’s National conference in Darling Harbour.

Visa reform would brake trafficking

The criminalisation of sex work in the region has emerged as a major push factor for labour migration of sex workers.

Art for adults

Aspiring shutterbugs have the opportunity to work with Austrailia’s leading artistic nude photographer and Australian Adult Industry Awards Photographer of the Year, Cat O’Nine Tails.

Council flags fly high for equality

The Council has proposed to promote the marriage equality rally on Saturday December 3 by flying the rainbow flag and rainbow banners on Town Hall for the weekend of the rally.

In Living Colour: the Colour Parade is back on the street

For four years, The Colour Parade had lit up the Sydney streets with a cacophony of colour and music, a train of artist-built props, balloons and banners, and an explosion of costume and just plain celebration.

A lifetime’s commitment to peace and justice

At 82, Distinguished American linguist, social scientist and human rights campaigner Professor Noam Chomsky says he’s just as enthusiastic in tackling the worlds problems as he ever was, “maybe more so, as the problems become more severe.”

Undead plagues city

Last Saturday, just metres from the Sydney Food and Wine Festival, the Undead gathered for their annual march through the city in pursuit of their own culinary delights.