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Gays marry in midnight wedding ceremonies across Australia

Lainey Carmichael (left) and Roz Kitschke, show their marriage certificate at home near Hobart. Photo: Rodney Croome, Associated Press Gays marry in midnight wedding ceremonies across Australia CANBERRA, Australia — Same-sex couples married in midnight ceremonies across Australia on Tuesday after the country’s last legal impediment to gay marriage expired. Marriage equality became law on Dec. 9 with overwhelming support in Parliament, but Australia’s requirement that all couples give a month’s notice for weddings made Tuesday the first possible date for gay marriages. Athletes Craig Burns and Luke Sullivan married at a midnight ceremony near the east coast city of Tweed Heads. “It’s another way to show your love and appreciation of your partner in front of the people in your life,” said Burns, a 29-year-old sprinter who will compete in the Commonwealth Games in Australia’s Gold Coast in April. Jon Gruden gives introductory press conference SFGate Firefighters search for victims trapped in California mudslide sfgate The five most expensive zip codes in the Bay Area sfgate Warriors+coach+Steve+Kerr+discusses+ESPN%2C+LaVar+Ball SFGate Wettest storm of the season so far hits Bay Area sfgate Ducks & Dragon's Gluten-Free French Toast sfgate NWS Bay Area January 8-9 storm briefing sfgate Dozens participate in annual 'No Pants BART Ride' in San Francisco sfgate In Newcastle, north of Sydney, Rebecca Hickson, 32, married her partner of nine years, Sarah Turnbull, 34. Hickson described the divisive build-up to a gay marriage ballot preceding Parliament’s vote as “a horrible time.” She said the couple wanted to be part of history by becoming one of the first lesbian couples to marry in Australia. Lainey Carmichael, 51, and Roz Kitschke, 46, married shortly after dawn before 65 guests at their home in the town of Franklin in the island state of Tasmania. The early ceremony was mainly to avoid the summer heat, Kitschke said. “New day; new era — and we don’t like the heat that much,” she said.

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