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Gladstone celebrates Rainbow in the Gardens this Sunday

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Rainbow in the Gardens Gladstone QNews

Gladstone celebrates PRIDE this Sunday 12 September with Rainbow in the Gardens. The event takes place from 10 am until 3 pm. Rainbow on the Reef will host the celebrations in the glorious Tondoon Botanic Gardens, one of Australia’s top ten regional gardens. Organisers said the event was possible because of support from Strong Communities …

brisbane pride festival 2021

Brisbane Pride President Bec Johnson has welcomed Queenslanders to this year’s Brisbane Pride Festival, with events across the state in September and October. “This year’s theme is Visible, Connected, Proud,” Johnson explained, launching the Brisbane Pride Festival on September 2. “The theme speaks to the fundamental rights of all LGBTIQ+ Queenslanders to live safe, well-connected …

Brisbane Pride Festival 2021 will see Pride events held across Brisbane and Queensland.  Scroll down for full events program Bec Johnson, President of Brisbane Pride, said, “Pride has no boundaries. Where there are people, there are LGBTIQ+ people. So, in 2021, Brisbane Pride is sharing the love, and sharing the Pride. Brisbane Pride is proud …

gladstone rainbow on the reef pride festival fair day lgbtiq group

Gladstone’s LGBTIQ+ community and their friends, families and allies are invited to a brand new community pride event next month. Local group Rainbow On the Reef are holding the inaugural Rainbow in the Gardens event at Gladstone’s Tondoon Botanic Gardens from 10am-3pm on Sunday, September 12. The free family-friendly event will offer live music and …

gladstone rainbow on the reef pride festival fair day lgbtiq group

A new collective of Gladstone locals from the LGBTIQ+ community and allies, Rainbow on the Reef, have called for feedback on establishing a Pride Fair Day in the regional Queensland city. The group first formed in March, and have now set a goal to establish a fair day event in Gladstone within the next 18 …

Gladstone Police have ruled out foul play and the involvement of a third party in the New Year’s Day bridge fall that left a New Zealand tourist fighting for life. Joth Wilson-Tokotaua fell from the Goondoon St railway overpass shortly after midnight on January 1 and was taken to a Brisbane hospital in critical condition. …