He said "We are not condoning or promoting homosexuality...ultimately, we're telling a story about tolerance".
On 24 December 2006, Fiona Byrne from the Herald Sun reported that Mc Intosh was to leave Neighbours.
It is the UK's largest pay-TV broadcaster with 11 million customers as of 2015.
Formed in November 1990 by the equal merger of Sky Television and British Satellite Broadcasting, Sky became the UK's largest digital subscription television company.
Team FDJ general manager Marc Madiot went on the attack for the material Sky used in their riders’ skin suits in Saturday’s time trial, which was won by Geraint Thomas and finished with three others Sky riders, including Chris Froome, in the top-10.
The controversy kicked off with Madiot’s comments and complaint to the UCI jury on Saturday, but Sky used the Castelli “TT Suit 4.0” kit in the Giro d’Italia time trial – where Thomas finished second after crashing two days beforehand – and in the Critérium du Dauphiné.
Mc Intosh told Heather Gallagher from The Age that she had completed a term of Year 12 when she was offered the part of Sky.
She made the decision to leave school because the role was "just too good to refuse." The actress told Gallagher that she hated Sky's hair and it made things difficult for her in real-life, saying "A couple of times I walked into a shop and people watched me, waiting to see if I was going to steal anything." Ric Pellizzeri, Neighbours' executive producer, said the show was reflecting reality by becoming more contemporary.
After the two companies merged, subscribers could get access to both channels, and later the sports channel Sky Sports also became encrypted. The BBC was given the highlights of most of the matches, while BSky B paying £304m for the Premier League rights, would give them a monopoly of all live matches, up to 60 per year from the 1992 season.
A few weeks after the deal, ITV went to the High Court to get an injunction as it believed their bid details had been leaked before the decision was taken.
“For me, it’s quite funny,” Brailsford told “Come on guys, what are you doing?