WITH the result of the postal plebiscite on same-sex marriage finalised, attention is now being turned towards what the legislation to legalise it might look like – including how it will deal with people’s religious convictions.
GAWLER Council, at this stage, will not follow in the footsteps of others regions that have officially pledged support for same-sex marriage.
A LOCAL woman says her dream of, one day, tying the knot on home soil, in front of all her friends and family, is now closer to a reality after the nation returned a majority ‘yes’ vote to the month-long same-sex marriage postal plebiscite last week.
WAKEFIELD voters almost exactly reflected the views of the rest of Australia in the recent same-sex marriage postal plebiscite, with 61 per cent voting in favour of marriage equality.
BOTH federal politicians from the local region have declared their support for marriage equality, as the nation prepares to vote in a controversial survey over same-sex marriage.