On This Day - 17th March
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Rev Dr Susan Jones - reflection on Pride and the Christchurch massacre (St Andrew's on the Terrace, Wellington)
Rev Dr Susan Jones reflecting on Pride and the Christchurch massacre
Features: Rev Dr Susan Jones
A Pride church service takes place at St Andrews on the Terrace (Wellington, New Zealand)
Rev Dr Susan Jones reflects on Pride and the Christchurch massacre. The service happens less than 48-hours after the massacre of 51 people at two Christchurch mosques.
Murder victim Zenith Campbell was just getting life together, aunt says
The man charged with murdering a 21-year-old transgender woman in Wellington last month had met her on a dating website a couple of months prior...
Links: NZ Herald
Londoners React to HIV+ Young Person
Shanghai Lil’s Official Re-Opening
Wellington prepares for four major pride events
The Wellington Pride Festival | Tū whakahīhī e Te Whanganui-ā-Tara is gearing up for a massive day tomorrow, with four main events lighting up the capital...
LGBTI Detainees Particularly at Risk Says New UN Report
Queer Voices: Patrick Gale
The (gay) call of the wild
LGBTI rights activist, Desmond Smith decided to think outside of the box for this year’s Wellington Pride Festival | Tū whakahīhī e Te Whanganui-ā-Tara and treated the public to a gay tour of Wellington’s must-see eco-attraction, Zealandia...
Comedy Festival Profile: Deanne Smith
Dolce and Gabbana Seek to Clarify Remarks About IVF Babies and...
Gay Groups Make History in Boston St Patricks Day Parade
Gay Mayoral Candidate: Rainbow Advisory Panel “Complete Waste of Time and...
Help Sought in Basement Burglary
Reports: two gay men arrested in Uganda
There are reports two Ugandan men are the first to be arrested under Uganda’s harshly homophobic laws, after being caught having sex in a hotel room...
Emma and John Kelly
Emma and John Kelly talk about their daughter / father relationship.
Features: Emma Kelly, John Kelly
Topp wedding a "true country hoe-down"
A long-running New Zealand woman’s magazine has unveiled its first ever wedding cover featuring a same-sex couple, covering the nuptials of Lynda Topp and her partner of seven years Donna Luxton...
Ex-Rutgers student found guilty of hate crime
Dharun Ravi faces ten years in prison and deportation A former student at New Jersey’s Rutgers University has been found guilty of hate crimes, for spying on his roommate’s sexual activity with a webcam...
25th anniversary panel discussion on homosexual law reform
Fran Wilde, Alison Laurie and Bill Logan reflect on the campaign for homosexual law reform in the mid-1980s.
Features: Alison Laurie, Bill Logan, Fran Wilde
Features: Annah Pickering
Annette Xiberras - AsiaPacific Outgames (Ilott Theatre, Wellington Town Hall)
Annette Xiberras delivers a keynote presentation at the Human Rights Conference of the 2nd AsiaPacific Outgames
Features: Annette Xiberras, David Huebner
Geetanjali Misra - AsiaPacific Outgames (Ilott Theatre, Wellington Town Hall)
Geetanjali Misra delivers a keynote presentation at the Human Rights Conference of the 2nd AsiaPacific Outgames
Features: David Huebner, Geetanjali Misra
Human Rights film evening (Wellington)
Discussions on two films: Courage Unfolds - Living the Principles and Assume Nothing
Features: Grace Poore, Jack Byrne, Kirsty MacDonald, Mani Bruce Mitchell, Prue Hyman, Rebecca Swan
Features: Michael Stevens
Senthorun Raj (1)
Features: Senthorun Raj
Senthorun Raj (2)
Features: Senthorun Raj
Session 4, Disability
Audio from the Disability session at the Human Rights Conference of the 2nd AsiaPacific Outgames
Features: Huhana Hickey, Ivan Yeo, Mani Bruce Mitchell, Philip Patston, Shae Ronald
Session 5, Models of Activism
Audio from the Models of Activism session at the Human Rights Conference of the 2nd AsiaPacific Outgames
Features: Jack Byrne, Kelly Ellis, Mani Bruce Mitchell, Susan Hawthorne
Session 6, Accountability Mechanisms
Audio from the Accountability Mechanisms session at the Human Rights Conference of the 2nd AsiaPacific Outgames
Features: Charles Chauvel, Sam McLean
Shabeena Francis Saveri
Features: Shabeena Francis Saveri
Features: Sumithra Chand
Vaitoa Toelupe - AsiaPacific Outgames (Ilott Theatre, Wellington Town Hall)
Vaitoa Toelupe delivers a keynote presentation at the Human Rights Conference of the 2nd AsiaPacific Outgames
Features: David Huebner, Vaitoa Toelupe
Transgender singer wows TV judges
A singer who chose a national TV talent show as her forum for coming out has received rapturous applause from the judges and audience alike...
Watch Anika Moa's new video 'Running Through The Fire'
Anika Moa Talented Kiwi songstress Anika Moa is back with the first single from her forthcoming album Love in Motion, due out on 5 April...
Uni's back, and so is UniQ
As students are now begining or returning to their studies, LGBT student groups around New Zealand are gearing up for another busy year of activities...
Waterfront Wigs raised OUTline thousands
A lower-key Wigs on the Waterfront at Auckland's Viaduct Harbour still raised a healthy amount of cash for LGBT telephone support service OUTline yesterday...
Openly-gay reality TV star Richard Hatch, who won $1 million on ‘Survivor', says being in prison for failing to pay taxes on the prize and other income is no day at the beach...
Girls nights out: Arrested by the Flirt Police!
On the third Saturday of every month in Auckland, the girls come out to play – and a special kind of police are on hand to help out with the action...
Peters slams equal rights for gays
We have lost our way as a nation by giving equal rights to gay people, NZ First leader Winston Peters told a cheering crowd of pensioners in Napier on Tuesday...
Second gay organisation alleges fraud
8PM: Another gay organisation has alleged that the person at the centre of Auckland's Pride Centre fraud investigations has left it also out of pocket...
Television news report: Americans who have had blood transfusions in the last 8-years are being encouraged to get tested for AIDS (New Zealand)
Eyewitness news, ref F58302.
Links: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision
Morals campaigner Patricia Bartlett is born (Napier, New Zealand)
Bartlett would later form the Society for Promotion of Community Standards.