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Can you help find missing Perth man Rigby Fielding?

Can you help find missing Perth man Rigby Fielding?

This week it’s four years since Rigby Fielding’s family heard from him. A member of the LGBTIQ+ communities, he was last seen in Goderich Street in East Perth on Saturday 15th August 2015 and has not made contact with family or friends since. His disappearance was described as out of character. The 53 year old retired […]

McGowan Government announce grant for Pride Sports Festival

McGowan Government announce grant for Pride Sports Festival

The Western Australian government have today announced a grant to support the Pride Sports Festival. Over 2,000 athletes and spectators are expected to take part in the 2019 Pride Sports Festival in Perth this November, with the McGowan Government providing a $5,000 grant to build on the success of last year’s event. The festival will […]

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Would you like to join RTRFM’s All Things Queer team?

Would you like to join RTRFM’s All Things Queer team?

RTRFM’s LGBTIQ+ radio program All Things Queer is seeking new presenters for the weekly show. The hour-long show covers everything from LGBTIQ+ news, arts, politics and more – all from a Western Australian perspective. Joining the collective will also give presenters the opportunity to experience working in radio as presenter, as well as some production […]

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Sexual predator sentenced to three years behind bars

Sexual predator sentenced to three years behind bars

A Perth man who admitted to targeting young men and sexually assaulting them has been sentenced to more than three years in prison. Brendon Qinton Webb picked up young intoxicated men in Claremont and Northbridge and offered to give them rides home in his white Toyota RAV4. After the men fell asleep he assaulted them, […]

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Loton Park & Perth Pythons win at Pride In Sport Awards

Loton Park & Perth Pythons win at Pride In Sport Awards

Local LGBTI+ sporting clubs Perth Pythons and Loton Park Tennis Club have been recognised at the Pride In Sport Awards this week. Launched last year, the Australian Pride in Sport Awards is the first celebration of its kind dedicated solely to recognising exceptional efforts in making sport more inclusive of LGBTQ people. It is produced […]

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Liza Harvey replaces Mike Nahan as leader of WA Liberals

Liza Harvey replaces Mike Nahan as leader of WA Liberals

Liza Harvey is the new leader of the WA Liberal following the resignation of Dr Mike Nahan last night. Harvey was elected to be the leader of the opposition unopposed. Her deputy will be long serving MP Bill Marmion who won the bishop in a ballot against colleague Tony Krsticevic. Speculation that Dr Nahan had signed […]

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Perth LGBTI Professionals celebrate 4th birthday this Thursday

Perth LGBTI Professionals celebrate 4th birthday this Thursday

Local queer networking event Perth LGBTI Professionals are celebrating four years of connecting our community this week at The Stables Bar. The friendly bi-monthly event is open to those who wish to meet new people and network in a casual environment and enjoy some nibbles and drinks. The event has grown dramatically over its four […]

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WA AIDS Council launches new campaign targeting overseas students

WA AIDS Council launches new campaign targeting overseas students

The WA AIDS Council (WAAC) has launched a major sexual health online campaign, targeting overseas students destined to study in Perth and elsewhere in Western Australia. The educational digital campaign is aimed at preventing new infections of HIV, and follows on from the most recent figures collected by WAAC which show that there were 67 […]

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WA AIDS Council considers rebranding with a new name

WA AIDS Council considers rebranding with a new name

The WA AIDS Council are considering a name change, and are asking for the community’s thoughts on what they might be called moving into the future. While AIDS support and awareness organisations were formed at the height of the pandemic, the tasks they undertake and the programs they delivered have gradually increased in support over […]

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Louise Stewart is up for the challenge of representing Curtin

In an office along Stirling Highway sits a series of unoccupied desks, only a few people are in the space, and there’s no signage on the outside to explain what is going on within. But within a few weeks the desks will be filled with volunteers and the space will be a hub of activity […]

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