In preparation for the federal election on July 2nd, hundreds have come together in the grounds outside Town Hall in Sydney to rally for marriage equality, and to call for the highly divisive plebiscite to be dropped. The impassioned efforts to change the current Marriage Act, which only allows man.
Doctor Who’s sonic screwdriver (which doubles as a TV remote). Jon Snow’s sword from Game of Thrones. Katniss’s mockingjay pin from The Hunger Games. Dumbledore’s wand. Replicas of Dean’s beloved Impala from Supernatural. What do these things have in common? Well, they were all at Sydney’s Oz Comic-Con. Comic-Con parades.
It is a crisp Saturday morning in Wollongong when my alarm goes off. Lately I have gotten into the awful habit of ignoring my obnoxiously upbeat alarm tone. But this morning I must be up early. I have an hour to get up, shower, get changed, and take my medicine.
It was finally that time of the year again- Sydney’s 37th Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Parade and boy did it impress. Thousands of spectators flooded the streets of Sydney to witness the parade of glitz and glamor that draws crowds year after year. 10, 000 people were expected to.
It has been revealed that Martin Place Siege victim Katrina Dawson was struck by a deflected police bullet fired at gunman Man Haron Monis, during the 2am police raid of the Lindt Café. Fairfax media reported these details of Dawson’s death on Saturday 10th January, along with claims that the gunman.