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Groovin The Moo reveal LGBTI+ initiatives in community program

Groovin The Moo reveal LGBTI+ initiatives in community program

National music festival favourite Groovin The Moo has today released their National Community Program for 2019, including initiatives for the LGBTIQ+ community and local artists. The program is part of the festival’s mission to connect with the communities and regions that they visit each year across Australia. This year, Groovin the Moo have pledged to […]

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Viva La Revolución! Ballet Revolución returns to WA

Viva La Revolución! Ballet Revolución returns to WA

Direct from Cuba, Ballet Revolución are set to return to Australia for a recharged and rebooted new show in 2018. Now an international favourite, the Cuban troupe fuse traditional ballet with street style, which makes for a breathtaking and sensual performance. Choreographer Aaron Cash has worked with legends such as Twyla Tharp, Mikhail Baryshnikov and […]

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New monthly LGBTI+ party dances in to Bunbury’s Indi Bar

New monthly LGBTI+ party dances in to Bunbury’s Indi Bar

Umbrella Nightlife Bunbury are bring a new queer party to the South West Region, aiming to bring a new dance party to the community every month. The new organisation are ramping up to get momentum going ahead of this year’s Pride celebrations, which will once again extend to regional areas such as Bunbury, Geraldton and […]

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One Nation’s candidate suggests gay marriage leads to incest, polygamy

The Australian has reported that a WA candidate representing Pauline Hanson’s One Nation previously suggested that allowing marriage equality would lead to polygamous marriages and brothers and sisters marrying. Former Bunbury councilor Ross Slater is a One Nation candidate hoping to take over the seat of Murray-Wellington in the state’s south west. The seat is currently […]

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Against Me! announce national tour

Against Me! announce national tour

Celebrated American rock band Against Me! have announced they will be heading out this May for a run of Australian headline dates to celebrate the release of their new album, Shape Shift With Me. They will be in the country as part of the Groovin The Moo lineup and will be playing additional shows in Brisbane, Hobart, […]

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Youth support group True Colours faces uncertain future

Youth support group True Colours faces uncertain future

True Colours, an LGBTIQ youth support group based in WA’s South West, will no longer receive funding from its governing body – Uniting Care West. The group, which is understood to have received no direct government funding, worked with schools and the wider community to raise awareness of issues LGBTIQ youth are facing and cultivate […]

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MS MR’s Lizzy Plapinger gears up for Groovin The Moo

MS MR’s Lizzy Plapinger gears up for Groovin The Moo

MS MR, the indie-pop New York duo shot onto the scene in 2011 and are gathering fan after fan with their new album ‘How Does It Feel’. After the success of ‘Secondhand Rapture’, the band are touring around non stop and are in Australia for Groovin the Moo. Singer Lizzy Plapinger explained how much they […]

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Megan Washington reveals more dates for Tangents Tour

Megan Washington reveals more dates for Tangents Tour

After selling out venues across the country, Megan Washington has announced extra performances for her national Tangents Tour later this year. The Tangents Tour is now running over 32 dates, visiting major cities across the country including Perth, Fremantle and Bunbury. Washington is also due to feature at this year’s upcoming Splendour In The Grass […]

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Bunbury Youth Stands Against Homophobia

Bunbury Youth Stands Against Homophobia

A straight 16 year old boy from Bunbury has taken a defiant stance against homophobia, holding a seminar at the Bunbury ECU campus yesterday. The Equal Rights & Queerphobia Awareness Talk finally took place after Owen Bandura was denied permission to hold discussions at his state school. A similar talk had been planned for last […]

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