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Three Quarters Of Voters Have Returned Their Postal Survey Forms

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An Anglican rector has blasted the decision of his church’s Sydney diocese to donate $1m to the postal survey “no” campaign in a passionate open letter. Archbishop Glenn Davies (pictured) announced the donation on Monday, telling the church that “removing gender from the marriage construct” would have “irreparable consequences” for society. “I believe that a …

The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) has announced that an estimated 10 million Australians have returned their same-sex marriage postal survey forms. The ABS announced that of the 16 million same-sex marriage postal survey forms sent out to eligible voters, by last Friday an estimated 10.0 million (62.5 per cent) survey forms – an increase …

The Sydney Anglican diocese has made a $1 million donation to the “no” campaign in the same-sex marriage postal survey. On Monday, Archbishop Glenn Davies (pictured) announced the donation, made a month ago, in an address to the 51st synod of the diocese of Sydney. He told the church that “removing gender from the marriage …

Harry Potter actress Miriam Margolyes is one of several people appearing in a new advertisement motivating the hundreds of thousands of Aussie expats who are eligible for the same-sex marriage postal survey. The ad urges the estimated 200,000 Australians living and working in the United Kingdom to take part in the vote. Australian actor Doug …

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Olympic athletes Emily Seebohm and Mitch Larkin recently urged all Queenslanders to vote “yes” for marriage equality as soon as they receive their survey forms. Larkin, Seebohm and Brisbane couple Luke Nixon and Eddie Sahovic addressed an event in Brisbane on Sunday. They launched the nationwide #PostYourYES campaign, to warn supporters against complacency in the …

same-sex marriage postal survey

The High Court will today begin hearing a legal challenge to the validity of the federal government’s same-sex marriage postal survey. There are two groups of challengers – the first is led by Tasmanian Independent MP Andrew Wilkie, PFLAG’s Shelley Argent and Rainbow Families Victoria’s Felicity Marlowe. The second group is the Human Rights Law …

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