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The Sydney Star reported that they were forced to flee when fired upon by a man with a rifle from a nearby balcony! Connect with ABC News. Over 19, people were at the Mardi Gras Party, involving 7 venues, 22 DJs, 5 live shows, jelly wrestling, state-of-the-art laser lighting, a 3m bucking penis, and shows by Deborah Cox, Bardot and Human Nature. Here she is on 's Qantas float. Here's how it looked on the Star Observer's cover, illustrated by Richard Hughes.

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In Mardi Gras organisers faced the issue of having a Sydney Polyamorists float in the parade, whilst also promoting marriage equality for couples.

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If you have inside knowledge of a topic in the news, contact the ABC. As always though, the first thing Parade viewers saw were the Dykes on Bikes, with the roar of their engines revving up the crowd. As a result it was decided the festival would move from winter to summer. Here's the extravagant Albury Hotel float. The most controversial float was a phallus-shaped 'Thomas the Tank Engine' design. The festival's first significant corporate partnership was with iconic Australian brand Telstra, which came on board as a major sponsor of the Parade. The campaign to free Hakeem al-Araibi after 76 days in a Thai prison is a victory for a grassroots movement that snowballed into an international juggernaut.

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Inafter the third successful Mardi Gras parade, at community consultations, decisions were made to move the parade to the summer. Welcome to Mardi Gras. It was an immediate runaway success — over potential partygoers were turned away at the door when tickets ran out. This is how people living in the inner city and regional areas managed to ditch the car or or minimise their day-to-day use. The co-operation between the Jewish float and the first-ever Lebanese float was an emotional highlight. But with support from progressives from all parties — and despite adamant opposition from the die-hards — the bill was passed into law. In latewith Delaney in the position of New South Wales Police Commissioner, a new set of amendments to the law were proposed and passed.

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