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Sun 8 May 2022

  • FAME at last - actor and choreographer Amanaki Lelei
    There are awards to encourage new generation creatives, and ones to recognise the work of arts veterans...
    Links: RNZ
  • The legacy of country star Jodi Vaughan
    If New Zealand had an equivalent of Dolly Parton, Tammy Wynette and Loretta Lynn, it would have to be singer, songwriter and survivor Jodi Vaughan...
    Links: RNZ

Sat 8 May 2021

  • New HIV cases fall, but epidemic 'far from over' in Aotearoa
    The HIV epidemic is far from over, despite a decline in the number of diagnoses, says University of Auckland researcher Peter Saxon...
    Links: RNZ
  • Schools Rightly Rejecting Govt’s Sex Ed
    Family First says it is not surprised that less than 15% of schools are using Government funded programmes on sexual education...
    Links: Scoop

Fri 8 May 2020

  • Episode 17
    Alex recaps Asexual Awareness Day and Intersex Awareness Day and shares some study tips for procrastinators! ...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 17
    Alex recaps Asexual Awareness Day and Intersex Awareness Day and shares some study tips for procrastinators! ...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 18
    Alex and Tabby talk about politics post the US election, queer theatre project Galathea: Into The Bush and play some songs from trans artists...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 18
    Alex and Tabby talk about politics post the US election, queer theatre project Galathea: Into The Bush and play some songs from trans artists...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 19
    Eloise and Helen talk about being queer during the holiday period and some of the celebrities that came out in 2016...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 19
    Eloise and Helen talk about being queer during the holiday period and some of the celebrities that came out in 2016...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 23
    Rosie and Nate share some news, thoughts on Moonlight and the current Wellington Pride Festival...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 23
    Rosie and Nate share some news, thoughts on Moonlight and the current Wellington Pride Festival...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 24
    Alex and Rosie chat about InsideOUT’s upcoming Shift Hui and some international trans and intersex news...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 24
    Alex and Rosie chat about InsideOUT’s upcoming Shift Hui and some international trans and intersex news...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 25
    Rosie and Jay discuss the recent GLAAD Media awards and some of their highlights among recent queer media! They chat about InsideOUT’s upcoming Shift Hui and Transgender Day of Visibility...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 25
    Rosie and Jay discuss the recent GLAAD Media awards and some of their highlights among recent queer media! They chat about InsideOUT’s upcoming Shift Hui and Transgender Day of Visibility...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 28
    Rosie and Nate chat about the history behind why June is Pride Month in so many parts of the world, connecting to the Stonewall Riots...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 28
    Rosie and Nate chat about the history behind why June is Pride Month in so many parts of the world, connecting to the Stonewall Riots...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 29
    Maggie and Alfie discussed parliament’s apology for homosexual criminalisation and had a chat about The L Word, movies and events coming up...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 29
    Maggie and Alfie discussed parliament’s apology for homosexual criminalisation and had a chat about The L Word, movies and events coming up...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 30
    Rosie has a chat to Nate about his new role at the New Zealand Aids Foundation with lots of handy info about what they do, how to get an HIV test and more! ...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 30
    Rosie has a chat to Nate about his new role at the New Zealand Aids Foundation with lots of handy info about what they do, how to get an HIV test and more! ...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 31
    Alfie and Rosie cover the upcoming Day of Silence 2017 and other queer news – like The Warehouse’s new transgender policy supporting their employees! ...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 31
    Alfie and Rosie cover the upcoming Day of Silence 2017 and other queer news – like The Warehouse’s new transgender policy supporting their employees! ...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 32
    Rosie and Alfie debrief the rainbow election forum, featuring members of different political parties answering questions from the rainbow community...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 32
    Rosie and Alfie debrief the rainbow election forum, featuring members of different political parties answering questions from the rainbow community...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 34
    Rosie talks about the general election and Bisexual Awareness Week...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 34
    Rosie talks about the general election and Bisexual Awareness Week...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 35
    Maggie and Rosie chat about alcohol and drug use in queer communities and fill you in on events coming up with InsideOUT...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 35
    Maggie and Rosie chat about alcohol and drug use in queer communities and fill you in on events coming up with InsideOUT...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 36
    Laura, Nikaore and Aishani have a chat about what InsideOUT’s been up to over the last two weeks! They discuss the Glitter and Gold Senior’s Week Afternoon Tea and sharing stories with elders in our community – did you know there used to be a lesbian bar on Vivian Street? The team wrap up reflecting on InsideOUT’s fifth birthday party, with the InsideOUT song live on air by Nikaore! ...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 36
    Laura, Nikaore and Aishani have a chat about what InsideOUT’s been up to over the last two weeks! They discuss the Glitter and Gold Senior’s Week Afternoon Tea and sharing stories with elders in our community – did you know there used to be a lesbian bar on Vivian Street? The team wrap up reflecting on InsideOUT’s fifth birthday party, with the InsideOUT song live on air by Nikaore! ...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 38
    Brit, Rosie, Nikaore, Laura chat about disability pride and positive masculinity...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 38
    Brit, Rosie, Nikaore, Laura chat about disability pride and positive masculinity...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 39
    Rosie chats about what’s going on around NZ and the world in relation to rainbow community issues and young people...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 39
    Rosie chats about what’s going on around NZ and the world in relation to rainbow community issues and young people...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 40
    Rosie and Hilary speak about Transgender Week of Awareness, InsideOUT’s upcoming rainbow reading project and other bits and bobs! ...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 40
    Rosie and Hilary speak about Transgender Week of Awareness, InsideOUT’s upcoming rainbow reading project and other bits and bobs! ...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 41
    Tabby and special guest Theta have a chat about Janelle Monae’s new album, Dirty Computer, and the meaning it has to queer communities...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 41
    Tabby and special guest Theta have a chat about Janelle Monae’s new album, Dirty Computer, and the meaning it has to queer communities...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 42
    Rosie, Josh and Compass reflect on the reason why June is Pride month, the PrideNZ walking tours in Wellington and the New Zealand rainbow icons honoured on Queen’s Birthday...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 42
    Rosie, Josh and Compass reflect on the reason why June is Pride month, the PrideNZ walking tours in Wellington and the New Zealand rainbow icons honoured on Queen’s Birthday...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 43
    Hilary interviews Emmett Roberts about InsideOUT’s latest epic project, Out on the Shelves, an online reading resource connecting rainbow young people with the stories that represent them...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 43
    Hilary interviews Emmett Roberts about InsideOUT’s latest epic project, Out on the Shelves, an online reading resource connecting rainbow young people with the stories that represent them...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 46
    Compass talks about Day of Silence, how to get involved and what it’s about and about Carmen Rupe and Marsha P Johnson and their activism work and why it’s important to be an activist with some lit queer songs...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 46
    Compass talks about Day of Silence, how to get involved and what it’s about and about Carmen Rupe and Marsha P Johnson and their activism work and why it’s important to be an activist with some lit queer songs...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 48
    Rosie updates us on all things rainbow relevant and plays some good tunes! ...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 48
    Rosie updates us on all things rainbow relevant and plays some good tunes! ...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 50
    Emlyn joins Speak Out for the first time to share reflections for Bisexuality Awareness Week,  including breaking down some stereotypes and sharing some of their own experiences as a bisexual person...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 50
    Emlyn joins Speak Out for the first time to share reflections for Bisexuality Awareness Week,  including breaking down some stereotypes and sharing some of their own experiences as a bisexual person...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 52
    Compass chats with Mani Mitchell about what it means to be Intersex and how we can support Intersex people ...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 52
    Compass chats with Mani Mitchell about what it means to be Intersex and how we can support Intersex people ...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 53
    Alex talks about trans awareness week...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 53
    Alex talks about trans awareness week...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 55
    Compass talks about the importance of labels and terminology in rainbow communities...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 55
    Compass talks about the importance of labels and terminology in rainbow communities...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 56
    Emlyn and Jiabao talk about queer and trans representation in film – common themes like ‘bury your gays’ and some recommendations for good films! ...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 56
    Emlyn and Jiabao talk about queer and trans representation in film – common themes like ‘bury your gays’ and some recommendations for good films! ...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 60 - Don't bury your gays
    Emlyn talks about queer relationships in the media and in real life, the positives, the negatives and its history...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 60 - Don't bury your gays
    Emlyn talks about queer relationships in the media and in real life, the positives, the negatives and its history...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 61 - Hui hangover
    Compass discusses Shift Hui 2019 and how important it is to Rainbow young people before jumping into IDAHBAT and Pink shirt day...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 61 - Hui hangover
    Compass discusses Shift Hui 2019 and how important it is to Rainbow young people before jumping into IDAHBAT and Pink shirt day...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 62 - Show your pride
    Emlyn discusses Pride month and the importance of inclusivity, resisting gatekeeping and supporting your Queer Community members...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 62 - Show your pride
    Emlyn discusses Pride month and the importance of inclusivity, resisting gatekeeping and supporting your Queer Community members...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 63 - Out on the Shelves
    Compass chats with Erin, the coordinator for Out on the Shelves, where they talk about how important it is to see representation in books and how you can get involved...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 63 - Out on the Shelves
    Compass chats with Erin, the coordinator for Out on the Shelves, where they talk about how important it is to see representation in books and how you can get involved...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 64 - Lets end HIV
    Compass chats with Alex from Ending HIV about what HIV is, all of the stigma that comes with having HIV, and how to get tested and stay protected...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 64 - Lets end HIV
    Compass chats with Alex from Ending HIV about what HIV is, all of the stigma that comes with having HIV, and how to get tested and stay protected...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 68 - Labeling the s%!t out of everything
    Sophie, Connor and Charlie chat to Compass about their experiences with identifying as bisexual, coming out and biphobia...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 68 - Labeling the s%!t out of everything
    Sophie, Connor and Charlie chat to Compass about their experiences with identifying as bisexual, coming out and biphobia...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 70 - Piloting the meat suit
    Compass and Neo chat about their experiences with being disabled and how being disabled and rainbow intersect...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 70 - Piloting the meat suit
    Compass and Neo chat about their experiences with being disabled and how being disabled and rainbow intersect...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 72 - AA: Ace Agency
    In honour of asexual awareness week Alex chats with Compass about what being asexual means, different kinds of attraction and what it’s like to be ace in the rainbow community...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 72 - AA: Ace Agency
    In honour of asexual awareness week Alex chats with Compass about what being asexual means, different kinds of attraction and what it’s like to be ace in the rainbow community...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 73 - Trans Hype Month!!!
    The one and only Will Hansen chats to Compass about preserving and creating trans history, how resistance and language in the trans community have developed and how we can start to heal the rifts in our community...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 73 - Trans Hype Month!!!
    The one and only Will Hansen chats to Compass about preserving and creating trans history, how resistance and language in the trans community have developed and how we can start to heal the rifts in our community...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 74 - Ugh society
    Shay and Compass chat about their experiences with being trans in honour of trans awareness week and trans remembrance day...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 74 - Ugh society
    Shay and Compass chat about their experiences with being trans in honour of trans awareness week and trans remembrance day...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 78 - Uni survival guide
    Compass chats with Shay and Benja about their experiences at university and what it's like being a rainbow student...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 78 - Uni survival guide
    Compass chats with Shay and Benja about their experiences at university and what it's like being a rainbow student...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 79 - God says gay rights
    Charlie, Sloan, Ari and Compass discuss pride and all of the politics surrounding it before delving into their intersecting identities ...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 79 - God says gay rights
    Charlie, Sloan, Ari and Compass discuss pride and all of the politics surrounding it before delving into their intersecting identities ...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 81 - Lets go lesbians, lets go
    KJ and Karen chat with Compass about Lesbian visibility and the importance of visibility in media and in life...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • Episode 81 - Lets go lesbians, lets go
    KJ and Karen chat with Compass about Lesbian visibility and the importance of visibility in media and in life...
    Links: InsideOUT
  • German Toy Giant Launches First New Range To Include A Gay...
    Links: Express
  • Germany Outlaws Conversion Therapy On Youth
    Links: Express
  • Leaving Level 3 Hottie: Efthimis Chatziapostolou
    Links: Express

Wed 8 May 2019

  • Bisexual men win holiday on TV show to island where homosexuality is illegal
    UK dating show sends couple to island where homosexuality is illegal...
    Links: Stuff
  • HIV drug success and rethinking the panda's diet
    Science correspondent Dr Siouxsie Wiles looks at how suppressive antiretroviral therapy or ART for HIV is reducing the virus down to undetectable levels and it might live on bamboo but the Giant Panda is more carnivore than you think...
    Links: RNZ
  • Sport: Players who support Folau 'have no place in Australian rugby'
    A former Australian rugby international says anyone who believes Israel Folau has a right to publicly express his views on sexuality has no place in the sport...
    Links: RNZ
  • Imagine Dragons Speak Out Against Conversion Therapy at Billboard Music Awards
    Links: Express
  • Revealed: The Email Exchange Between Auckland Pride and Police
    Links: Express
  • Why Pete Buttigieg Should be the First Gay President of the...
    Links: Express

Tue 8 May 2018

  • Interim memorial opens for 49 killed at Florida nightclub
    ORLANDO, Fla...
    Links: NZ Herald
  • Lizzie Marvelly turns down LGBTI award and comes out as bisexual
    Kiwi musician Lizzie Marvelly has come out as bisexual after turning down an LGBTI award...
    Links: Stuff
  • Caitlyn Jenner Denies Upcoming Engagement
    Links: Express
  • Cardinal Pell to Stand Trial for Sex Offences
    Links: Express
  • Come Out with Olly
    Links: Express
  • Opposition to Marriage Equality Collapses in US
    Links: Express
  • Trump Appoints Gay Ambassador
    Links: Express

Mon 8 May 2017

  • Countdown Announces Transgender Transitioning Policy
    Links: Express
  • Removal of HIV meds restriction welcomed
    Pharmac's intention to remove a restriction on when people newly-diagnosed with HIV can be put on medications will "significantly benefit people newly diagnosed with HIV and those living with HIV as well as efforts to prevent HIV transmission” according to the NZ AIDS Foundation...
    Links: GayNZ.com

Sun 8 May 2016

  • Auckland gay couple return home with 'triplings'
    The Auckland gay couple who were having difficulty returning home from Mexico with their ‘triplings’, have arrived back in New Zealand...
    Links: GayNZ.com
  • Your guide to divorce in New Zealand
    If you have come to the decision to end your marriage or civil union and are thinking about applying for a divorce, here is a breakdown of the steps you will need to take and the requirements to do so...
    Links: GayNZ.com

Fri 8 May 2015

  • Bad News For Conservatives – Americans Would Rather a Gay President...
    Links: Express
  • Jack Body Awarded Arts Foundation NZ Icon Award
    Links: Express
  • Ailing Jack Body given prestigious honour
    Celebrated gay New Zealand composer Jack Body has been selected as a recipient of the Arts Foundation of New Zealand Icon Award, Whakamana Hiranga, which is limited to a living circle of just 20 artists...
    Links: GayNZ.com
  • Couple in anti-poster are pro equality
    An upset couple whose family picture has been used by a group opposing marriage equality in Ireland say they firmly support same-sex marriage and gay adoption...
    Links: GayNZ.com
  • Law reform: Some MPs were 'spineless'
    Fran Wilde The MP who in the 1980s shepherded the decriminalisation of homosexuality legislation through Parliament has today described those MPs who held back during the final vote as "spineless...
    Links: GayNZ.com
  • Sue all the gays case dismissed by judge
    Judge John Gerrard says the case is a no-go A US federal judge has dismissed a woman's attempt to sue all the gay people in the world...
    Links: GayNZ.com
  • Tasmanian couple "grateful and humbled"
    After a successful fundraiser which will allow a Tasmanian couple to marry in New Zealand, crowdfunding continues to cover the costs of their reception and honeymoon...
    Links: GayNZ.com
  • Treatment of HIV has "radically changed"
    Associate Professor Mark Thomas An "astonishingly radical change in technology has saved the lives of people with HIV" over the past three decades of the HIV epidemic, according to an HIV specialist who has cared for many of those with the virus in Auckland...
    Links: GayNZ.com
  • Wilde: "Please help" young glbti people
    Fran Wilde Groundbreaking gay equality campaigner Fran Wilde has called on parents, schools and the medical fraternity to work harder to ensure that young glbti people feel good about themselves...
    Links: GayNZ.com

Thu 8 May 2014

  • Amelia - South (Dunedin)
    Amelia talks about bullying, flatting situations that are homophobic and sexist and living in the Dunedin.
    Links: PrideNZ.com
  • Christina - South (Dunedin)
    Christina talks about growing up and living in Dunedin.
    Links: PrideNZ.com
  • Dusty - South (Dunedin)
    Dusty talks about growing up and being out in Dunedin.
    Links: PrideNZ.com
  • Mark - South (Dunedin)
    Mark talks about early years in Queenstown, coming out to family members and being bullied at university.
    Links: PrideNZ.com
  • A Cheeky Night Out
    Links: Express
  • A weekend in Bundaberg
    Links: Express
  • Gay Adoption – It’s not a puppy
    Links: Express
  • Authority okays church's ex-gay ad
    The Advertising Standards Authority has dismissed complaints about an ad for an ex-gay talk at a Bay of Islands church...
    Links: GayNZ.com
  • Comment - Brunei: Abode of Pain
    The Sultanate of Brunei is about to introduce shariah law and order the execution of lesbians and gay men...
    Links: GayNZ.com
  • Nintendo immovable on gay characters
    She can date a guy in a panda suit, but not another girl Nintendo has ruled out allowing gamers' characters to be gay in a game which is meant to simulate life...
    Links: GayNZ.com
  • Non-relationship MP cleared by Speaker
    Denis O'Rourke The Speaker says he “has to accept” that a New Zealand First MP isn’t breaking any rules by hiring a man who lives on his Christchurch property, as the MP denies being in a relationship with the employee...
    Links: GayNZ.com
  • Virtual candles only at AIDS Service
    For what may to be the first time in the three decades of the HIV epidemic, an AIDS Candlelight Memorial Service will be held without the traditional candles...
    Links: GayNZ.com

Wed 8 May 2013

  • Ashley Tonga bringing sass to Switch Bar
    One of the Ashley Tonga memes doing the rounds The many talents of the Mangere drag queen who produced an unforgettable X Factor audition will be on show on a K’ Rd stage next weekend...
    Links: GayNZ.com
  • Hughes death: Army accused of 'camouflaging'
    Corporal Douglas Hughes The family of Corporal Douglas Hughes has ramped up its calls for an independent inquiry into his suicide, saying they believe it wasn’t his sexuality that led to his death, but the way the Army dealt with his sexuality...
    Links: GayNZ.com
  • No Ordinary Son: Part One
    Maori Television's Native Affairs delves into the suicide of Dougie Hughes in Afghanistan...
    Links: GayNZ.com
  • No Ordinary Son: Part Two
    Maori Television's Native Affairs delves into the suicide of Dougie Hughes in Afghanistan...
    Links: GayNZ.com
  • Review: Urzila Carlson
    If you managed to get tickets to see Urzila Carlson in Auckland this week, just a warning, she may abruptly leave...
    Links: GayNZ.com
  • Te Papa to show exclusive Warhol exhibition
    Andy Warhol’s ‘Immortal’ exhibition will be on display at Te Papa Museum from June to August...
    Links: GayNZ.com
  • Youth group in desperate need of donations
    A Waikato based queer youth organisation needs community help to keep its Hamilton base open, as its running out of funds to cover its rent...
    Links: GayNZ.com

Tue 8 May 2012

  • Should we be worried?
    Colin Craig As we reported earlier this week, the Conservative Party and its not so keen on gay people leader Colin Craig is cosying up to National...
    Links: GayNZ.com
  • Tonight: TVNZ7 show looks at gays on NZ TV
    TVNZ7’s Hindsight programme will tonight look back on the portrayal of gay people on New Zealand TV over the years...
    Links: GayNZ.com
  • Travolta denies propositioning male masseuse
    John Travolta denies the claims John Travolta is flat out denying a male masseuse’s claims the actor tried to have sex with him during a massage session at a Beverly Hills hotel...
    Links: GayNZ.com

Sun 8 May 2011

  • Geoffrey Marshall profile (Auckland)
    Features: Geoffrey Marshall
    Links: PrideNZ.com
  • Marchers to claim back the streets in capital
    A march is being planned to take a stand against homophobia and transphobia on Wellington streets...
    Links: GayNZ.com

Sat 8 May 2010

  • Spiked 'herbal Viagra' brands pulled from shelves
    Gay sex on site venues around the country are pulling four brands of Chinese-manufactured 'herbal viagra' from their shelves after the capsules were found to have been spiked with a prescription drug...
    Links: GayNZ.com
  • Your guide to Christchurch Pride
    The garden city is about to turn into the gay city, as Christchurch launches into its annual pride week...
    Links: GayNZ.com

Fri 8 May 2009

  • A packed week of Christchurch Pride
    With a wide variety of fun events planned, Christchurch's annual Pride Week is set to rock the Garden City's LGBT communities...
    Links: GayNZ.com
  • Australia will count same-sex couples
    The Australian Bureau of Statistics has announced that it will count same-sex couples in the next nationwide census, due in August 2011...
    Links: GayNZ.com
  • Two films for Out Takes' Auckland first night
    2009's Out Takes Film Festival will begin in Auckland on Thursday 21 May, with a choice of two films and an after-party at the sophisticated Opium bar...
    Links: GayNZ.com

Thu 8 May 2008

  • Being Gerald: Shortland St's Harry McNaughton
    Harry McNaughton plays Gerald Tippett Shortland Street's virginal receptionist Gerald Tippett finally got into bed with a guy in a racy episode last week - but alas, he couldn't find his homo-mojo...
    Links: GayNZ.com
  • Gay groups get $1,000's in GABA payout
    The Gay Auckland Business Association's meeting in K' Road's Purple bar last night was a profitable one for several LGBT groups who left the event with GABA Trust Fund cheques to help continue their activities...
    Links: GayNZ.com
  • London's new mayor gets a gay deputy
    The new Mayor of London has announced that influential out gay councillor Richard Barnes will serve as his deputy...
    Links: GayNZ.com

Tue 8 May 2007


  • Less than a month after the controversial staging of the Miss Nepal pageant, the country's gay community has held a Miss Transgender contest, in a double defiance of the Maoist opposition to beauty pageants as well as homosexuality...
    Links: GayNZ.com
  • Canada: Kids thrive with same-sex parents
    A study prepared for the Canadian government shows children do as well, perhaps better, when reared by same-sex parents as they do by opposite-sex couples...
    Links: GayNZ.com

Mon 8 May 2006

  • All That Gutters is Garnet...
    Yes, the lone stranger from Wanganui is once more channelling the US Christian Right, in the form of one Dawn Stefanowicz, connected to the Massachussetts-based Alliance for Traditional Marriage...
    Links: GayNZ.com
  • NZAF appoints new trustee
    The board of the New Zealand AIDS Foundation has appointed a new trustee and is now at its full seven-member capacity...
    Links: GayNZ.com
  • The Jungle at The Silo
    The Jungle, by Louis Nowra...
    Links: GayNZ.com

Sat 8 May 2004

  • NZ Idol judge tabloid fodder
    Gay NZ Idol judge Paul Ellis is disappointed at a Sunday News article that exploited him with an article focussing on the death of his former partner Matthew from Huntington's Disease...
    Links: GayNZ.com
  • Philip Patston's identity crisis
    Despite being the unique cocktail that he is – namely a gay, disabled, vegetarian comic – Philip Patston, performing in Adelaide this week, says he still gets mistaken for disabled Australian comic Steady Eddie wherever he goes...
    Links: GayNZ.com

Thu 8 May 2003

  • Decision deferred on gay surrogate birth
    An application for two gay men to have a surrogate baby is being considered by a New Zealand medical ethics committee for the first time...
    Links: GayNZ.com

Fri 8 May 1987

  • Television news report: AIDS in Africa is reaching epidemic levels (New Zealand)
    Eyewitness news, ref F92670.
    Links: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

Wed 8 May 1985

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