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FABAlice outrageous fun in troubling times

FABAlice 2021 predictably drew a smaller interstate crowd than last year, when the LGBTIQA+ spectacular “snuck in” just before the COVID outbreak. Event Manager Dale...

A fabAlice event run for youth by youth

By JULIUS DENNIS For the first time fabALICE, the local weekend-long celebration of LGBTQI+ culture, will this year have a youth-focussed event. That’s thanks...

Local passions run high from public morality to human rights

 

In the public gallery at last night’s Town Council meeting, some were concerned about the upcoming rainbow FABAlice Festival; others were focussed on the fate of Julian Assange. KIERAN FINNANE reports. 

FABmoney for FABalice

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$190,000 government "event funding" raises questions. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

Gender-diverse Alice flocks to drag queen spectacular

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Mascara was streaming down their faces in torrents (whose idea was it to have the spectacle at the hottest time of the day – 39 degrees?) but there was no stopping the drag queens in town for the first FABalice festival, and the locals just love a parade: They packed into the Mall. See video. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

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