‘GIRLS GIRLS GIRLS!’ Dancers hit Sydney Fringe to give low-down on women’s lives

MEDIA RELEASE: The new all-female live show 'GIRLS GIRLS GIRLS' is set to premiere on September 8-10 as part of the 2017 Sydney Fringe Festival.

Free Cannabis picnic to celebrate 4/20 in Sydney in style

MEDIA RELEASE: 'Stoner Christmas' is just around the corner and Free Cannabis NSW is calling all supporters of the sweet, sacred herb to join in the celebrations for 4/20 in Sydney on Thursday, April 20.

Free Cannabis coming back to Sydney and hitting Perth for first time


Three months in and we’re going gangbusters!

Only three months since the launch of our low-cost micro-consultancy and we can safely say that we are well and truly punching above our weight.

Free Cannabis picnic comes to Queensland for first time

MEDIA RELEASE: A Free Cannabis picnic will be held in Queensland for the first time this weekend at a local Gold Coast park, with hundreds expected to stand up for their rights by sitting down and having a friendly picnic.

Apocalyptic storms & Facebook censorship can’t stop cannabis picnic

MEDIA RELEASE: The highly anticipated Free Cannabis picnic in Sydney has been delayed but not stopped with the event postponed by one week due to freak storms to hit the city over the past few days. While making a decision on the wild weather, organisers were also putting out fires elsewhere after Facebook decided to delete an event page for the picnic that had gathered close to 5,000 followers only four days out from the event.

Bands & Comedians to get crowds high at Sydney cannabis picnic

MEDIA RELEASE: The latest cannabis picnic to take place in Sydney promises to be the greatest one yet, with a highly talented bunch of musicians and comedians eager to attend and make sure everybody has a good-good time on Sunday, June 12.

Politicians & leading lawyers to address crowds at Sydney’s Free Cannabis picnic

MEDIA RELEASE: Politicians including NSW Greens MP David Shoebridge and members of the Liberal Democratic Party as well as leading criminal lawyers will address the hundreds expected to turn up for this weekend's 'Free Cannabis' 420 community picnic in Sydney.

Activists & Stars call for corporates to speak up on Safe Schools

MEDIA RELEASE: Much-loved cabaret star Paul Capsis and Australia's first openly gay newsreader - media personality Geoff Field - have joined marriage equality activist and former PFLAG national president, Shelley Argent OAM, and Scott Sharrad, the President of the Council of Australian Humanist Societies, in putting their names to an open letter calling on corporate Australia to speak out in support of Safe Schools.

Religious leaders petition PM to get behind Safe Schools

MEDIA RELEASE: A multi-faith and multicultural coalition of clergy, lay leaders, and community members from across Australia have united this week to call on Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull to defend the Safe Schools program and the LGBTI community from further misinformed public attacks.