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Remember the High Court challenge earlier last month?

On Thursday the High Court revealed its more in-depth answer as to why the high court was in favour of the government. For those not familiar with legal documents, this was a bit confusing to read, so joining us now on the Informer is Lee Carnie from the Human Rights Law Centre to break this down a bit so we can all have a better understanding of what occurred.


JOY is saying YES to Marriage Equality, and this week shows are sharing their personal stories about why it matters to them. Program Manager Chris Tait joins us on The Informer to talk about why this is important.

The postal vote isn’t the only way to influence change in politics, we are now joined by Edie Shepherd  sheds some light on how you can get involved.

The Inaugural Melbourne Drag Awards have opened today and we speak to one of the organisers, Jacob Merchant, about how they came about and how you can nominate your favourite drag act, personality or venue.

Lara, Dean and Darcy are your hosts for tonights Informer


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