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labor candidate julie mcglone

Julie McGlone, Labor’s candidate in the Sunshine Coast seat of Fairfax in the upcoming federal election, will launch her campaign in Coolum Beach tomorrow. Julie (pictured above, right) has been a member of the Labor party for nearly two decades and says she’s always identified as a proud Rainbow Labor member. “Running in a conservative …

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optus newstead gasworks brisbane

Optus proudly supports the Australian LGBTIQ community through their membership of the Diversity Council of Australia, Pride in Diversity and their corporate membership of GLOBE (Gay and Lesbian Organisation of Business and Enterprise), which is affiliated with Queensland’s Pride Business Network. Chris Hamze from Optus Newstead told QN Magazine, “It’s important our customers know they …

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best queer lgbtiq films

Queer Screen, the organisers of the annual Mardi Gras Film Festival, celebrated the festival’s 25th anniversary last year and as part of the celebrations called on the LGBTIQ community to vote on what movies we consider to be the best queer films of all time. After tallying the votes and putting together the ultimate ranking …

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back acne, backne

Bacne can be a bigger issue than facial acne due to the lack of information available, so we went to the experts at Australian Skin Clinics to find out some straightforward facts about it. What is it? Bacne has the same characteristics as facial acne, including pimples, blackheads, whiteheads, red spots, oily skin and even …

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akubra hat outback regional Queensland stock photo

In a fond remembrance of the lead player, QN Magazine’s regional correspondent Pearl of the Outback shares a personal perspective of a once notorious Queensland incident, a story reminiscent of the acclaimed Brokeback Mountain, but one which contributed to profound change in Queensland laws. What follows is the first article of several I hope to …

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baby bump pregnancy mum-to-be stock photo

From self-described “boy body” to All About That Bass and back again, RJ Miles recounts to QN Magazine her experience with body shaming. A person’s self-image is low-hanging fruit, ripe for plucking and an easy target for those who feed their own insecurity by putting down others. Most of my adult life I’ve had the …

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australian skin clinics consultation

Every year new and innovative skin treatments gain popularity — QN Magazine asked Christie Harris from Australian Skin Clinics her predictions for the top treatment trends in 2019! Non-surgical lunchtime lifts We all want to look our best. Relatively simple cosmetic procedures like Dermal fillers, CryoDefine (fat Freezing) and micro-needling treatments easily fit within a …

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Queensland gaymer jack foulstone

After the first gayming float joined the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras parade this month, QN Magazine contributor Wanda D’Parke asked Cairns entertainer Jack Foulstone about how he started as a gaymer, and how video games are helping LGBTIQ people find community. Dear Reader, Twenty-five-year-old Jack (pictured) moved from Grafton, New South Wales to …

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Chris and Sophiaan queensland foster dads

Eighteen months ago, QNews Magazine featured Chris Pye and Sophiaan Subhan who had then spent almost a year as foster parents. QN Magazine recently caught up with this amazing couple and discovered they found the experience so rewarding, they’re now proud foster dads to two children, the original child and his biological brother. Fostering is …

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Brisbane Pride Toastmasters

The marriage equality debate showed the advantage of having community members who can articulate their thoughts and ideas clearly. In today’s world, communication skills are a premium asset, not only benefiting the community but also individuals. Despite modern technology, many of our everyday interactions are verbal. Strong verbal communication skills enhance our communications on all …

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