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Ipswich’s first Pride event Queerswich returning in 2024

Save the date! Ipswich’s first major Pride event, Queerswich, is proudly returning in August. Last year, more than 5,300 people turned out to celebrate at the inaugural fun-filled family-friendly Queerswich event at Tulmur Place in the Nicholas Street Precinct. Now organisers have confirmed the event is returning on August 3, 2024 between 1pm and 6pm. …

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Queerswich team to launch a new social event in Ipswich

The team behind Ipswich’s inaugural Queerswich pride event are creating a new monthly social get-together in the region. Last June, Ipswich couple Jules and Rach founded Queerswich, a family-friendly fair day event which took over Tulmur Place in Ipswich’s CBD. That event was a big success, and Jules and Rachel have confirmed it will be …

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Queerswich 2023 kicks off 10 am tomorrow

Ipswich throws the switch at 10 am tomorrow morning for a five-hour free family fun day celebrating inclusion, diversity and the LGBTQIA+ community. It’s Queerswich, Ipswich’s inaugural Pride event. The entertainment kicked off early with someone hacking the Queerswich Facebook page and announcing the cancellation of the event. But that is just not going to …

Meet the couple launching the first pride event in Ipswich

Jules and Rach, co-founders of Ipswich’s first family pride event, chat to us about the process of putting Queerswich together and what they hope this event can represent for both queer and non-queer people in the Ipswich community. Get to know Jules and Rach Jules: Rach and I met in 2003 in an online lesbian …

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Queerswich is the brand new pride celebration in Ipswich

Save the date for Queerswich, a brand new pride event taking over Ipswich in south east Queensland this June. On June 4, the Queerswich event will take over Tulmur Place, the outdoor community space in the newly refurbished Nicholas Street Precinct, in Ipswich’s CBD for the day of free LGBTQIA+ fun. “We’re bringing Ipswich’s very …

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Pride Business Network Brisbane member: The Little Guy

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Ipswich massage therapist accused of sexual assault

An Ipswich court heard allegations yesterday of sexual assault against a massage therapist. Crown prosecutor Adrian Braithwaite alleged the therapist assaulted a 19-year-old man three times and a 41-year-old man twice. The Courier-Mail reports the 42-year-old massage therapist pleaded not guilty to sexual assault in the Ipswich District Court. The prosecutor told the court there …

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Newly-formed Ipswich Pride group marches for the first time

Members of the newly-formed Ipswich Pride group have travelled to Brisbane to make their big debut in the capital city’s Pride March. The Brisbane Pride Festival’s annual March and Fair Day went ahead on Saturday, October 30. Thousands turned out to march along Brunswick Street in Brisbane, and more than 3600 people attended this year’s …

Brisbane Pride Festival 2021: Visibility, Equality, Resilience

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 …

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Bullied gay cleaner accuses Ipswich City Council of unfair dismissal

unfair dismissal A gay cleaner, unfair dismissal by Ipswich City Council claims he was fired because he reported alleged bullying and homophobic harassment by co-workers. James ‘Jimi’ Fuller (pictured) started as a causal cleaner for the Queensland council last October. But the council told him he was “terminated effective immediately” on April 9. Fuller was …

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