Keith Haring Mural celebrates 30

A fading art treasure, a radiant baby anonymously returns, and a world renowned art figure…the story of Collingwood’s newly restored Keith Haring mural is as lively as the work itself. Keith Haring (1958-1990) was a wide...

GAYTMs vandalised

Two of ANZ’s 10 highly decorated GAYTMs have been vandalised over the weekend in what has been described as a homophobic attack in Sydney’s CBD. Police were called to the Oxford Street location around 8.00pm on Sunday 9t...

Star Observer to go monthly

Australia’s leading gay and lesbian newspaper, the Star Observer is embarking on a new direction, ceasing its weekly edition and becoming a new-look monthly publication from April. Publisher Daniel Bone told Melbou...

AIDS 2014 – Stepping Up The Pace

Leading researchers, community leaders and policy makers will come together in Melbourne in July to discuss the HIV epidemic and steps forward at the 20th International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2014). Organizers of the conf...

All roads lead to ChillOut

Now in its 16th year, ChillOut has grown to become one of the biggest and longest-running Country Queer Pride event in regional Australia, and the largest festival in Hepburn Shire. First staged in 1997, ChillOut began a...

Rainbow flag for Taylor Square

A rainbow flag will fly at Taylor Square until 2018, when a permanent public artwork acknowledging the city’s gay and lesbian community is installed. The City of Sydney Council has resolved to install the flag following ...