The Catch Up: What’s everyone been reading this week?

There’s been a lot going on over the last seven days, and if you haven’t had time to stay on top of the news, here’s what the most popular articles of the last week have been.

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LGBTI Sporting groups commend Rugby Australia for sacking Israel Folau

News that Rugby Australia would terminate the contract of player Israel Folau following his most recent social media outburst was welcomed by LGBTI sporting groups.

Mental Health Services get rainbow tick of approval 

Health Minister Roger Cook has announced that the mental health services at Royal Perth and Bentley hospitals have been awarded the rainbow tick indicating they are inclusive of the LGBTIQ+ community. They are the first public health providers in Australia to achieve the accreditation.

Rugby star Israel Folau dives into new social media controversy

Rugby player Israel Folau is facing a new wave of criticism after he posted a message to his Instagram page declaring that homosexual people are heading to hell unless they repent, and embrace Christianity.

Take a look at the first trailer for Netflix’s ‘Tales of the City’ revival

Netflix has revealed the first look at their revival of the classic queer TV series Tales of the City, more than 25 years since the original aired in 1993.

Daniel Monks cast in the London production of ‘Teenage Dick’ 

Perth raised actor Daniel Monks is heading to London to star in the play Teenage Dick at the Donmar Warehouse.