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Can you create the 2019 look for the Revelation International Film Festival?

Can you create the 2019 look for the Revelation International Film Festival?

The Revelation International Film Festival is one of the most interesting events in Perth each year, and they’re looking for someone to create the right look for their 2019 program. The team at Rev are after someone to create their key concept art and in return they’ll reward you with a payment and gold passes […]

Getting smart about homelessness

Getting smart about homelessness

Last year local MP John Carey held the Perth City Summit, a huge community event to engage the community and gather ideas about how to develop city for the future. One of the most talked about issues at the summit was homelessness. While discussion about homelessness often feature business owners and residents demanding something be […]

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Grant secured to support a culturally safe Victorian Pride Centre

Grant secured to support a culturally safe Victorian Pride Centre

The Victorian Pride Centre in partnership with the Australian GLBTIQ Muticultural Council (AGMC) have secured a $99.4k grant from Victoria’s Multicultural Community Infrastructure Fund. The grant will ensure a fit for purpose, permanent home for the AGMC. It will empower the organisation to take a leadership role in ensuring that cultural sensitivity is promoted as […]

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Peter ‘Willie’ Rowe appointed as CEO of Screenwest

Peter ‘Willie’ Rowe appointed as CEO of Screenwest

Screenwest has announced that Peter ‘Willie’ Rowe will take over in the role Chief Executive Officer of the state’s screen and film organisation for a three-year term. Rowe stepped into the role as an Acting CEO three months ago when the organisation’s previous leader Seph McKenna unexpectedly left less than a year after he was recruited […]

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What would you do if you saw a transgender person being bullied?

What would you do if you saw a transgender person being bullied?

What would you do if you saw a transgender person being bullied? Would you step in and show them some support? That’s the question long running US TV show What Would You Do recently asked it’s viewers. The show hosted by ABC USA journalist John Quinones sets up scenarios with actors and then captures people’s reactions with […]

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Jordan Peterson and Dave Rubin will tour Australia

Jordan Peterson and Dave Rubin will tour Australia

Conservative author Dr Jordan B Peterson is bringing his 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos  tour to Australia in 2019 and bringing special guest Dave Rubin with him. The best selling author is a well known conservative speaker whose book 12 Rules for Life was released earlier this year. Peterson is an outspoken critic of political […]

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Buy a t-shirt and support TransFolk of WA

Buy a t-shirt and support TransFolk of WA

It’s a pretty tough time to be transgender, we’ve got a Prime Minister talking about ‘gender whisperers’ and right wing commentators are lining up to discuss why they don’t think transgender people’s rights should be acknowledged. Local community group TransFolk of WA do an amazing job supporting local transgender and gender diverse people, and they […]

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How will we remember the moment Australia said ‘Yes’ in the future?

How will we remember the moment Australia said ‘Yes’ in the future?

One year ago today Western Australians gathered at the Northbridge Piazza to hear the results of the marriage equality postal survey. As the results were being read out on the east coast of Australia, the time difference meant Western Australians had to be up early to hear the announcement at 7:30am. The day before the […]

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LGBTI rights advocates seek your opinion on religion exemptions for schools

LGBTI rights advocates seek your opinion on religion exemptions for schools

Advocacy group just.equal is seeking the LGBTI community’s views on the issue of LGBTI students and teachers in faith-based schools. The group says it is important for the community to give guidance on key questions raised by the Government’s leaked bill. Spokesperson, Ivan Hinton-Teoh said they wanted to find out what LGBTI Australians thought about […]

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Rainbow KINection wins at Community Broadcasting Awards

Rainbow KINection wins at Community Broadcasting Awards

Rainbow KINection, the weekly LGBTI radio show on Noongar Radio 100.9 has been named the Best New Radio Show at the 2018 Community Broadcasting Association Australia Awards. The show airs every Thursday night at 6pm. The award recognise excellence in community broadcasting and are one of the highlights of the sector’s annual conference. The tree […]

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