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Alan Joyce & Shane LLoyd sell harbourside mansion

Qantas CEO Alan Joyce and husband Shane Lloyd just sold a harbourside mansion they owned for a year without living in. The couple bought the home in Mossman for $19 million in March 2022. They recently placed the property back on the market with a reputed sale guide of around $20 million. The listing now …

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Qantas boss Alan Joyce marries partner Shane Lloyd

Qantas boss Alan Joyce yesterday married his partner of 20 years in a lavish ceremony at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) overlooking Sydney Harbour. Guests included Sir Peter and Lady Cosgrove. Their wedding gift to Alan Joyce and husband Shane Lloyd was a framed picture of the former Governor-General signing the marriage equality bill …

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Qantas CEO Alan Joyce to marry long-time partner

Qantas CEO Alan Joyce is reportedly planning to marry his partner Shane Lloyd in Sydney in early November. The pair will tie the knot in Circular Quay at the Museum of Contemporary Art where Joyce is a board member, the Sydney Morning Herald has reported. The couple have been together for more than 20 years. …

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Qantas boss Alan Joyce ‘quite happy’ with Israel Folau ruling

Qantas CEO Alan Joyce has said he backs Rugby Australia’s tough action against Wallabies star Israel Folau for his social media posts about homosexuals. The airline sponsors Rugby Australia, and Joyce told the Australian Financial Review he was “quite happy” with the action taken against Folau. “We don’t sponsor something to get involved in controversy. …

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Qantas CEO Alan Joyce donates $1 Million to ‘Yes’ campaign

Qantas CEO Alan Joyce just donated $1 million to the YES campaign for marriage equality in Australia. That amounts to 4% of his latest annual income, reportedly $25 million last year alone, including salary and bonuses. Nonetheless, Mr. Joyce himself describes it as a ‘significant’ cash donation. It is the largest individual contribution to the …

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Alan Joyce Pie Attack Case Adjourned

The Christian activist who squashed a pie into Qantas chief executive Alan Joyce’s face appeared briefly in Perth Magistrate’s Court yesterday charged with common assault, trespass and damage. Tony Overheu, 67, is also charged with giving false details to police over a separate incident. The charges were read to him but he was not required …

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Alan Joyce ‘Won’t Be Intimidated’ On Marriage Equality Support

Qantas chief executive Alan Joyce has stood firm in his marriage equality support and said many shareholders will only invest in companies with a “good corporate social responsibility.” In an interview with GQ Australia magazine (via The Australian), Mr Joyce (pictured, right) explained how he felt when Immigration Minister Peter Dutton told him to stay …

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Alan Joyce Pie Attacker ‘Banned From Flying Qantas For Life’

A Perth man charged with hitting Qantas boss Alan Joyce in the face with a pie has reportedly been given a lifetime ban from the airline. Tony Overheu, 67, was arrested and has been charged with assault after he pushed the lemon meringue pie into Joyce’s face at a business event last Tuesday. Mr Overheu …

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Assault Charges Laid Against Man Who Threw Pie At Alan Joyce

The man who hit Qantas CEO Alan Joyce in the face with a lemon meringue pie has been charged with assault, police say. The man, Tony Overheu, said he apologised to Mr Joyce after the stunt at a business breakfast on Tuesday and explained he was protesting against the CEO’s “corporate bullying” on the issue …

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Alan Joyce Hit With Pie For ‘Corporate Bullying On Marriage Equality’

The man who made headlines yesterday after hitting Qantas CEO Alan Joyce in the face with a pie yesterday has apologised and explained he was protesting against Joyce’s “corporate bullying” on the issue of marriage equality. In March, Joyce was one of more than 30 high profile Australian CEOs who signed a joint letter urging …

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