. . . to the NSW government for taking a stand on anti-gay bigotry:
Authorities say it would be unlawful for New South Wales schools to follow a top Brisbane boys’ school’s lead in barring gay couples from its formal. [. . .] The director of student welfare at the NSW Education Department, David McKay, has told ABC’s NewsRadio schools in the state would be acting unlawfully if they tried to bar gay couples from school events.
Though the ABC report doesn’t make clear whether this policy is binding on all schools, or just government schools.