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28 June 2006

  • 28th June 2006

    Howard accused of failing gay community

    John Howard's government recently overturned an Australian Capital Territory law allowing civil unions for same sex couples, but has previously promised to address financial discrimination against gay couples

    12:00 AM — Australian Prime Minister John Howard has been accused of failing to protect same sex couples after the Federal Government was recently instructed not to make submissions into an inquiry by the federal Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission.The accusation came from Chief Minister of the Australian Capital Territory (ACT), Jon Stanhope, whose state recently had a civil union law quashed by the country.

  • Chris Eubank corners gay cruisers

    Chris Eubank complained to Brighton and Hove Council claiming men were meeting at the spot for casual sex

    12:00 AM — A seafront shelter in Brighton is being watched by police after former boxer Chris Eubank complained that it is being used for gay cruising.Eubank complained to Brighton and Hove Council claiming men were meeting at the spot for casual sex, after a friend alerted him to the issue, police said.

  • Spanish military hosts first gay wedding 1

    Spain was the third country to allow gay marriages just a week before Canada introduced the legislation, which had already been implemented in the Netherlands and Belgium

    12:00 AM — A male couple in the Spanish air force have become the country's first gay military recruits to marry.The men, who live in Seville, and are both named Alberto, said they are not worried about what others may think.One of the men told the Cadena Ser radio station, "We know we are in the armed forces and this is touchy because we are not gardeners but rather soldiers. I know there are superior officers who will make life difficult for me, and they are already doing so.

  • London Mayor fulfilling ‘gay dream’ 6

    Gay campaigners praised the London Mayor's record on lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) rights last night as around 250 dignitaries gathered at City Hall  for the annual pride reception

    12:00 AM — Gay campaigners praised the London Mayor's record on lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) rights last night as around 250 dignitaries gathered at City Hall for the annual pride reception.The event celebrated this weekend's EuroPride parade in London and was addressed by gay campaigners, celebrities and sponsors.

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