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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 …

wagga mardi gras wagga wagga nsw regional pride parade

The team behind Wagga Mardi Gras in regional New South Wales is determined to see the pride festival return in the new year. Earlier this year, the escalating COVID-19 pandemic forced organiser Holly Conroy to cancel the second annual Wagga Wagga festival’s events, just hours before they started. But now Holly is determined to bring …

feast festival picnic

Government restrictions implemented because of the recent COVID-19 cluster in South Australia, have seen the Feast Festival Picnic in the Park cancelled. Picnic in the Park is the closing event of the annual LGBTIQ+ Queer Arts and Cultural Festival. The event, previously scheduled for Sunday 29th November, is one of the LGBTIQ+ and allied communities most …

mass military wedding

As so often before, Taiwan yesterday again demonstrated the country’s dedication to diversity and inclusion. Ahead of today’s LGBT Pride 2020, two lesbian military officers married their same-sex partners in a mass military wedding at Army Command headquarters. Scroll down for video The two officers both married civilian brides. They wore dress uniform for the …

university of newcastle rainbow crossing rainbow flag pride week

The University of Newcastle has unveiled a permanent rainbow pedestrian crossing at one of its New South Wales campuses. The uni is celebrating its 2020 Pride Week this week. And on Tuesday students and staff unveiled the rainbow crossing on the Callaghan campus in front of the Chancellery building. Vice-Chancellor Professor Alex Zelinsky said the …