Monash Council have become one of the first Melbourne municipalities to support marriage equality, after a landmark vote at their February council meeting. The motion brought before council stated it would “support residents and employees in advocating for marriage equality, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity”.
Students from Melbourne universities gathered outside the State Library of Victoria as a part of nationwide protest, fighting for the rights of students to accessible and higher quality education.
Victoria Police have stressed the importance of safely securing loads on vehicles. Acting Senior Sergeant Jason Hullick, who leads the Bass Coast Highway Patrol, says his officers respond to potentially hazardous debris on local roads several times per week.
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