Australia achieves Marriage Equality, but the war continues

The Law is yet to recognise reality of modern families Professor Paula Gerber Melbourne, Australia, December 31, 2017 It took a long time, but on Thursday, December 7, 2017, Australia became the 26th country to achieve marriage equality. The LGBTI community is euphoric and relieved with this hard-fought victory. But there is also trauma from the drawn-out postal survey campaign,…

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Australia achieves Marriage Equality, but the war continues

The Law is yet to recognise reality of modern families Professor Paula Gerber Melbourne, Australia, December 31, 2017 It took a long time, but on Thursday, December 7, 2017, Australia became the 26th country to achieve marriage equality. The LGBTI community is euphoric and relieved with this hard-fought victory. But there is also trauma from the drawn-out postal survey campaign,…

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The extraordinarily eccentric speech of Bob Dylan

His Acceptance Speech like the Noble Prize, also ruffles feathers Professor David McCooey Melbourne, Australia December 31, 2017 When Bob Dylan was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in late 2016, it ruffled a few feathers. Characteristically, Dylan kept everyone guessing as to whether he would even accept the Award. But after a suitably cryptic period of waiting, he did.…

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Ahmadiyya Youth on Clean-Up Campaign tomorrow

Supplied Content (Edited) Auckland, December 31, 2017 While many New Zealanders will be enjoying ‘Survivors’ Breakfast’ or going home after a long night out tomorrow, a group of youngsters will take to parks and streets as a part of their annual cleaning campaign. Members of the New Zealand Chapter of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association (AMYA) will undertake their civic…

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