Sydney

Sydney

Cher
Entertainment Travel
Gay icon Cher is set to headline the 40th Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras party March 3. ...
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Sandi Banks at left, braces before police move to arrest her, Kings Cross, June 24, 1978. They tore the sleeve off her leather jacket.
International
An apology is better late than never. That’s what LGBT Australian activists who were brutally attacked by police during the first Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras in Sydney in 1978 have been expressing. ...
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Elyse Villani and Alex Blackwell
International Top News
Big names in Australian sport were cheered by the crowds as they helped shine a spotlight on homophobia at Saturday’s Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras. ...
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Man Haron Monis, a self-proclaimed Muslim “cleric,” held 17 people inside the cafe hostage. Tori wrestled with Monis in an attempt to take his gun away and give hostages time to escape. During the struggle, he was shot.
International Top News
After wrestling with the man who took Lindt Cafe hostage in Sydney, gay manager Tori Johnson, 34, was shot and later died in the hospital. ...
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Bondi Beach
Travel
Queer Down Under: I attended GiRLTHING and it reminded me of Girl4Girl circa 2006. But because the drinking age is 18, everyone looks like jailbait. ...
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Opera Bar
Sports Top News
Gay rugby players from around the world took part in a huge training session in Sydney Wednesday in the lead-up to the Bingham Cup. ...
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Photo: Amy Middleton
Columns Travel
I’ve escaped one of the most progressive places in the U.S., and come to a country far behind in equal rights, with an administration rivaling George Bush. ...
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Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras.
Travel
Carrying 1,900 guests, the 90,900-tonne Queen Elizabeth's arrival extended the Sydney Mardi Gras Festival to the harbour. ...
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