17th September 2014
Australia: Norfolk Island may introduce same-sex marriage this year 2
10:15 AM — Norfolk Island in Australia, could legalise same-sex marriage this year, as plans to introduce legislation have been lodged.
16th September 2014
Catholic diocese slams Bologna for recognising overseas same-sex marriages 8
4:30 PM — Bologna's Catholic Diocese has denounced the city's formal recognition of same-sex marriages conducted abroad.
US: Florida Attorney General to fight to stop gay couples from divorcing 17
12:37 PM — As well as fighting to keep her state's ban on same-sex marriage, the Florida Attorney General has said she also intends to stop gay couples married out of state from divorcing.
Anti-gay marriage Tory MP tables bill for straight civil partnerships 40
12:02 PM — A former children’s minister who was accused of trying to “wreck” the government’s same-sex marriage law has tabled a bill for heterosexual civil partnerships.
15th September 2014
US: Indiana court stays ruling on same-sex marriage 1
9:37 PM — Same-sex marriages in Indiana are being postponed as a federal appeals court stays a decision that ruled Indiana’s ban on same-sex marriage unconstitutional.
US: Increased support for marriage equality in North Carolina 4
8:14 PM — A recent poll conducted in North Carolina shows that support for marriage equality in North Carolina is on the rise.
Jersey: Church leader claims civil unions would make religious weddings illegal 39
4:14 PM — A Jersey church leader has claimed that introducing same-sex civil unions would make church weddings illegal.
Italy: Bologna begins recognition of overseas same-sex marriages 1
2:41 PM — The city of Bologna has begun to recognise the marriages of same-sex couples who married overseas.
Photos: Equal marriage runway a surprise hit at New York Fashion Week 2
1:16 PM — A fashion designer celebrated marriage equality during New York Fashion Week, with a runway show themed around same-sex marriage.
14th September 2014
US: Ben & Jerry’s backs Supreme Court marriage equality brief 1
7:34 PM — Ice cream manufacturer Ben & Jerry's has backed a brief calling on the US Supreme Court to rule on marriage equality.
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6:48 PM — PinkNews brings you a roundup of news from the past seven days.
US: Idaho has spent over $70,000 defending ban on same-sex marriage 7
4:35 PM — Idaho's attempts to defend its same-sex marriage ban have cost taxpayers over $70,000 so far.
30 Rock star marries same-sex partner 2
2:11 PM — 30 Rock star Cheyenne Jackson has married his partner in an intimate LA ceremony.
12th September 2014
US: Judge rules Arizona must recognise man’s marriage to deceased spouse 2
9:30 PM — A federal judge ruled on Friday that Arizona, despite it's ban on same-sex marriage, will have to provide benefits to a gay man who lost his husband to cancer last month.
US: NOM appeals reversal of Oregon marriage ban 1
7:23 PM — The National Organization for Marriage (NOM) sought an appeal Wednesday to a federal court ruling that overturned Oregon’s same-sex marriage ban.
US: Indiana recognises second out-of-state same-sex marriage
5:45 PM — The US state of Indiana has agreed to recognise a second out-of-state same-sex marriage.
US: ‘Wicked’ composer attacks school that cancelled Spamalot over same-sex wedding
4:32 PM — Wicked composer Stephen Schwartz has signed a letter condemning a school that cancelled a production of Spamalot, because it contains a same-sex wedding.
US: Arizona widower seeks recognition of marriage
3:15 PM — A man is seeking for legal recognition of his marriage in his home state of Arizona, after his husband died of cancer.
New Zealand: Straight men marry eachother for rugby tickets 7
1:34 PM — Two straight men have legally married in exchange for rugby tickets, as part of a radio stunt.
Nigel Farage: Same-sex marriage debates were ‘not particularly needed’ 50
11:43 AM — The leader of the UKIP Nigel Farage, has said he thought the debate which led to same-sex marriage becoming legal in England and Wales was "not particularly needed".