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Dan Andrews and Anthony Albanese Unhappy Homophobe Given Australia Day Honour

by Paul Cashmere

Homophobe Margaret Court is to receive Australia’s highest honour, the Companion of the Order of Australia, and Victorian Premier Dan Andrews and Labor’s Federal Leader Anthony Albanese are pissed off about it.

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Liam Gallagher Sound Cut During Final Melbourne Song

by Tim Cashmere

Former Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher was mid-way through his former Oasis hit Supersonic last night when the power was cut.

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When Will Margaret Court Arena Remove That Horrible Woman’s Name?

by Paul Cashmere

As long as Margaret Court Arena is stained with the name of an outspoken homophobe it is going to cop flack every time its namesake mouths off … and she is at it again.

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Google Maps Renames Margaret Court Arena In The Name Of Evonne Goolagong

by Paul Cashmere

Google Maps has mysteriously renamed the Margaret Court Arena the Evonne Goolagong Arena following the homophobic spray Court has spat across Australia over past weeks.

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Margaret Court Has Now Completely Overstepped The Line

by Paul Cashmere

Margaret Court, the former tennis champion who recreated her own Church and now judges the world based on her interpretation of a 2000 year old book, has completely lost the plot with her latest rant.

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Momentum Builds For Margaret Court Arena Name Change

by Paul Cashmere

Momentum to charge the name of Melbourne’s Margaret Court Arena has built over the last few days despite trying to be extinguished by right-winged radio shock jocks and tabloid hacks.

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Tennis Australia And Margaret Court Arena Distance Business From Margaret Court’s Homophobic Slur

by Paul Cashmere

Both Tennis Australia and Margaret Court Arena management have issued statements distancing themselves from a homophobic slur by former tennis champion Margaret Court on Thursday.

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It’s Time For Promoters To Boycott Margaret Court Arena

by Paul Cashmere

Promoters and artists need to consider boycotting Margaret Court Arena in Melbourne and the venue needs a name-change after the tennis champion’s homophobic letter to a newspaper this week.

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