Since its inception, QNews has been committed to our community. We are today very proud to announce that in 2014, QNews was able to provide over $110,000.00 worth of advertising and design marketing sponsorship to a vast array of LGBT community groups and services across Queensland, Northern New South Wales and the Northern Territory. SCROLL …

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Sony’s new SmartWatch 3  hosts a powerful 1.2ghz quad-core processor and 512MB of RAM. Along with built in GPS, support for Micro USB, Bluetooth and NFC, and a swag of features including ambient light sensors, Gyro and an Accelerometer, the SmartWatch 3 is a fun and useful accessory. Weighing 45 grams, the SmartWatch is water …

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Who would have thought that conservative Eastern European nations would legalise same-sex marriage before Australia? But that is exactly what Slovenia has done this month when its parliament voted 51-28 in favour of marriage equality. The bill will now be sent to the President to sign into law making Slovenia the 11th member of the …

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Remaining a vital master work twenty years after it was penned by Wesley Enoch and Deborah Mailman, The 7 Stages of Grieving is a wise and powerful play about the grief of Aboriginal people and the hope of reconciliation. In this one-everywoman show, Chenoa Deemal (Mother Courage and Her Children) spins poignant stories of different …

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The Australian Rugby Union has been quick to slap Waratahs forward Jacques Potgieter with a $10,000 fine for a homophobic slur he used in his side’s clash with the Brumbies on Sunday. Potgieter faces an additional fine of $10,000 if he errs again and will also be required to undergo educational and awareness training. The …

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Australia has been making plenty of noise, and significant progress, about silencing homophobia within all sporting codes. But the problem raised its ugly head again at the weekend when Brumbies star David Pocock, a vocal advocate of same-sex marriage, twice complained to referee Craig Joubert, upset over homophobic slurs made to Brumbies players during their …

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The Falkland Islands haven’t really been in the news since Maggie Thatcher stood up to Argentina in a dispute over the Islands’ control back in the 80s but here they are making headlines again with the news that they are taking steps to recognise same-sex couples. Falklands Financial Secretary Nicola Granger announced this month that …

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Islamic State have ramped up their public hatred of LGBT people displaying a number of horrific and barbaric murders of innocent gay men on social media. In the most recent posting, a young gay man was shown being blindfolded and then thrown off a multi-storey building in the Syrian city of Raqqa to the cheers …

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Former Prime Minister and high profile advocate for same-sex marriage Malcolm Fraser has died this morning at age 84 after suffering a brief illness. The news was confirmed by Mr Fraser’s office who released a short statement. ‘It is with deep sadness that we inform you that after a brief illness John Malcolm Fraser died …

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The world’s most fabulous performance company Cirque Du Soleil is returning to Brisbane this April with their visually stunning production Totem. Totem traces the fascinating journey of the human species from its original amphibian state to its ultimate desire to fly. The characters evolve on a stage evoking a giant turtle, the symbol of origin …

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