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Timeline: Media Coverage

7 February 1925

  • NZ Truth reports The Dazzling Dandies - a prisoners' extravaganza at New Plymouth Prison (New Plymouth). Since 1917, New Plymouth Prison had mainly housed sexual offenders - including homosexualists. Link: NZ Truth

28 March 1925

  • NZ Truth reports on homosexualists in high society and in the arts (New Zealand). Link: NZ Truth

1 June 1944

  • NZ Truth reports on New Plymouth Prison (New Plymouth). Since 1917 the prison has housed sexual perverts, including homosexualists. The article notes "It should be borne in mind that the majority of homosexuals are men of intelligence, who have a thorough appreciation of the nature and the wrongness of their act and are consequently culpable at law.". Link: NZ Truth

21 January 1966

  • Television report: artist Theo Schoon talks about the gourd art (New Zealand). Ref TZP115473. Link: TVNZ

1967

  • Television news report: changing morality standards (New Zealand). Ref TZP46386. Link: TVNZ

26 June 1967

  • Radio: Rev Godfrey Wilson broadcasts a nationwide sermon reflecting on homosexuality (New Zealand). The Reverend broadcasts from St Peter's Anglican church in Willis Street, Wellington. The anti-discrimination sermon is possibly the first of its kind to be heard in New Zealand. Link: PrideNZ.com

1968

  • Television news report: a Katherine Mansfield memorial is pulled down to make way for a new motorway (Wellington). Ref TZP107495. Link: TVNZ

8 November 1968

  • Television news report: Parliament's Petitions Committee reports back on the Homosexual Law Reform petition (New Zealand). The Petitions Committee has no recommendation to make on the petition when it is returned to the House. MPs, by way of a voice vote, accept the committee's report. NZBC news, ref TZP86826. This item has been digitised and an online viewing copy can be requested from the archive. Links: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision (1), Nga Taonga Sound & Vision (2)

1969

  • Television feature: the life of Katherine Mansfield (New Zealand). Ref TZP142219. Link: TVNZ
  • Television news report: a look at the new Katherine Mansfield memorial (Wellington). Ref: TZP107494. Link: TVNZ

14 September 1969

  • Television feature: playwright and actor Bruce Mason (New Zealand). Ref TZP76726. Link: TVNZ

1970

  • Television feature: painter Toss Woollaston (New Zealand). Ref TZP88703. Link: TVNZ
  • Television news report: anti pornography campaigner petitions Parliament (New Zealand). Newsview, ref TZP86809. Link: TVNZ

29 March 1970

  • Television news report: University Students Association Council recommends sex education in schools (New Zealand). NZBC news, ref TZP85992. Link: TVNZ

29 July 1970

  • Television current affairs: a look at the "problem" of homosexuality (New Zealand). The South Tonight, ref TZP86813. This item has been digitised and an online viewing copy can be requested from the archive. Link: TVNZ

4 December 1970

  • Television news report: unsuitable books found in children's section of department store (Auckland). This Day, ref TZP86812. Link: TVNZ

1971

  • Television news report: Rewi Alley arrives back in New Zealand from China (New Zealand). Ref TZP1047823. Link: TVNZ
  • Television news report: Rewi Alley speaks to a meeting about life in Communist China (Wellington). Ref TZP454776. Link: TVNZ

14 February 1971

  • Television news report: interview with Mayor of Mount Roskill Keith Hay (Auckland). Hay would later become a staunch opponent of homosexual law reform. This Day, ref TZP107523. Links: TVNZ, Wikipedia

5 May 1971

  • Television current affairs: sex education (New Zealand). Survey, ref TZP74345. Link: TVNZ

25 May 1971

  • Television news report: a bust of Frank Sargeson is unveiled in Takapuna (Auckland). Ref TZP144400. Link: TVNZ

14 October 1971

  • Television current affairs: Patricia Bartlett campaigns to stop booksellers displaying restricted books (New Zealand). Gallery, ref TZP49833. Link: TVNZ

26 October 1971

  • Television current affairs: profile of Rewi Alley (New Zealand). Gallery, ref TZP49890. Links: TVNZ, Wikipedia

28 October 1971

  • Television current affairs: a report on transvestites and transsexuals (New Zealand). Gallery, ref TZP49891. This item has been digitised and an online viewing copy can be requested from the archive. Link: TVNZ

2 December 1971

  • Television current affairs: a look at prostitution in New Zealand (New Zealand). On Camera, ref TZP86607. Link: TVNZ

1972

  • Television news report: an interview with Rewi Alley about China (Dunedin). Ref TZP454777. Link: TVNZ
  • Television news report: protest at indecent language laws after Germaine Greer's trial (Wellington). NZBC news, ref TZP34614. Link: TVNZ

4 January 1972

  • Television news report: Otago University Professor claims 4% of New Zealand men may be homosexual (New Zealand). NZBC news, ref TZP86606. Link: TVNZ

8 February 1972

  • Television news report: Katherine Mansfield manuscript from 1915 discovered (New Zealand). Newsview, ref TZP144383. Link: TVNZ

7 March 1972

  • Television current affairs: interview with Germaine Greer (New Zealand). Gallery, ref TZP49990. Link: TVNZ

14 March 1972

  • Television current affairs: interview with visiting author Germaine Greer (New Zealand). On Camera, ref TZP124621. Link: TVNZ

13 April 1972

  • Television current affairs: homosexual law reform (New Zealand). Gallery, ref TZP80134. Link: TVNZ

18 May 1972

  • Television news report: a petition to legalise brothels (New Zealand). Gallery, ref TZP80259. Link: TVNZ

24 August 1972

  • Television current affairs: sex education in New Zealand (New Zealand). Gallery, ref TZP87786. Link: TVNZ

26 August 1972

  • Television footage: Dame Edna Everage walks through the streets of Auckland (New Zealand). Saturday, ref TZP129960. Link: TVNZ
  • Television news report: looks at the reason behind the first Gay Liberation national conference (New Zealand). NZBC news, ref TZP86605. Link: TVNZ

29 August 1972

  • Television news: (silent) footage of the first National Gay Liberation Conference (Auckland). Gallery, ref TZP87787. This item has been digitised and an online viewing copy can be requested from the archive. Link: TVNZ

10 October 1972

  • Television news report: interview with composer Jack Body about Sexus (New Zealand). Review, ref TZP138596. Link: TVNZ

17 November 1972

  • Television news report: the group Knowhow is committed to educating young people about sex (New Zealand). This Day, ref TZP88072. Link: TVNZ

1973

  • Current affairs: profile of author Katherine Mansfield (New Zealand). Newsview, ref: TZP144391. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision
  • Television news report: an interview with Rewi Alley (New Zealand). Alley is about to depart on a speaking tour of Australia, ref: TZP454768. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision
  • Television news report: interview about the late poet Charles Brasch (New Zealand). ref: TZP143992. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision
  • Television: a feature on composer Jack Body and computerised music (New Zealand). Newsview, ref: TZP89169. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

1 February 1973

18 March 1973

  • Television current affairs: a look at the life of a transsexual prior to undergoing surgery (New Zealand). This Day, ref TZP86610. This item has been digitised and an online viewing copy can be requested from the archive. Link: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

5 July 1973

  • Television news report: review of Gay Liberation week (Auckland). On Camera, ref TZP126533. This item has been digitised and an online viewing copy can be requested from the archive. Link: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

2 May 1974

  • Television current affairs: should sex education be taught in schools (New Zealand). Nationwide, ref TZP121235. Link: TVNZ

24 June 1974

  • Television current affairs: Gay Pride week (New Zealand). Features an interview with a gay man (and his father) in Coromandel preparing to march solo in solidarity with other pride marches. Look North, ref TZP2100. This item has been digitised and an online viewing copy can be requested from the archive. Link: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

9 July 1974

  • Television report: the Prime Minister Norman Kirk will not support homosexual law reform (New Zealand). NZBC news, ref TZP86612. Kirk says he won't support any legislation that treats homosexuality as normal behaviour. This item has been digitised and an online viewing copy can be requested from the archive. Link: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

24 July 1974

  • Television news report: the Crimes Amendment Bill 1974 has been introduced to Parliament (New Zealand). The Bill seeks to legalise homosexual acts between consenting adults in private. The age-of-consent is set at 21. NZBC news, ref TZP86611. This item has been digitised and an online viewing copy can be requested from the archive. Link: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

16 February 1975

  • Television news report: Father Felix Donnelly speaks out against the Roman Catholic church's submission on homosexual law reform (New Zealand). TV news, ref TZP32842. This item has been digitised and an online viewing copy can be requested from the archive. Link: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

1 May 1975

  • Television current affairs: interview with Carmen Rupe (Wellington). Rupe talks candidly about prostitution, homosexual law reform and reveals that there are both gay and bisexual Members of Parliament. She would later have to apologise to Parliament's Privileges Committee. Tonight at Nine, ref TZP4412. This item has been digitised and an online viewing copy can be requested from the archive. Link: TVNZ

31 May 1975

  • Television comedy: a skit sending up Patricia Bartlett (New Zealand). Dean on Saturday, ref TZP6108. Link: TVNZ

20 November 1975

  • Television current affairs: an interview with Vanessa (New Zealand). Vanessa talks about sexual reassignment surgeries and current employment hardships. This item has been digitised and an online viewing copy can be requested from the archive.Speakeasy, ref TZP2286. Link: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

1976

  • Television "Edwards on Saturday" discusses sex and people (New Zealand). ref: TZP18096. . Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision
  • Television Domeena Renshaw talks about sexual dysfunction (New Zealand). ref: TZP22995. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision
  • Television Domeena Renshaw talks about sexual dysfunction (New Zealand). ref: TZP22994. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision
  • Television news report: a reporter asks Labour MP Colin Moyle if he is homosexual (New Zealand). ref: TZP1047605. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision
  • Television news: items on the Colin Moyle affair (New Zealand). Features Robert Muldoon, Colin Moyle and Barry Gustafson, ref: TZP1047762. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

12 April 1976

  • Television feature: Big Brother, Little Sister by Witi Ihimaera (New Zealand). Winners and Losers, ref TZD569. Link: TVNZ

3 May 1976

  • Television feature: A Great Day by Frank Sargeson (New Zealand). Winners and Losers, ref TZD571. Link: TVNZ

17 May 1976

  • Television current affairs: photographer Brian Brake (New Zealand). Today at One, ref TZP3332. Link: TVNZ

16 December 1976

15 March 1977

  • Television news report: Marilyn Waring attacks the way Social Welfare benefits are administered (New Zealand). Ref TZP29293 and TZP29294. Links: TVNZ (1), TVNZ (2)

22 March 1977

  • Television news report: By-election in Mangere after the resignation of Colin Moyle (Auckland). Ref TZP27818. Links: TVNZ, Wikipedia

29 March 1977

  • Television news report: the Homosexual Law Reform Society says discrimination against homosexuals should be illegal (New Zealand). The Society was appearing before the Select Committee on Human Rights. Ref TZP28786. Link: TVNZ

24 July 1977

28 July 1977

3 October 1977

27 March 1978

  • Television news report: the National Coalition for Gay Rights says that homosexuality will be an issue for the upcoming General Election (New Zealand). Ref TZP28828. Link: TVNZ

10 April 1978

  • Television news report: author Shere Hite visits New Zealand to promote her book The Hite Report (New Zealand). Ref TZP27385. Link: TVNZ

16 April 1978

  • Television current affairs: photographer Brian Brake (New Zealand). Sundays World, ref TZP2771. Link: TVNZ

17 April 1978

  • Television current affairs: Lawyer Mike Bungay talks about Colin Moyle and the North Report (New Zealand). Dateline Monday, ref TZP1124. Link: TVNZ

30 June 1978

  • Television: Gay Pride's "Blue Jean Day" (New Zealand). ref: TZP28739. Gay pride activists called for homosexuals to wear denim in order to show everyone that gay people, like jeans, can be found almost everywhere. . Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

2 September 1978

14 September 1978

  • Newspaper report: BCNZ bans the song Glad to Be Gay by Tom Robinson (New Zealand). The newspaper notes that Beverly Wakem, a broadcasting official, insists that this was not attempt to discriminate against gay people, citing the broadcaster's earlier attempts to expand "understanding of the views of Gay people" in its programming. Link: Bay Area Reporter

27 March 1979

  • Television news report: Margaret Scott receives funding to continue editing the letters of Katherine Mansfield (New Zealand). Focus, ref TZP27377. Link: TVNZ

25 April 1979

  • Television news report: a film crew flies to China to make two documentaries on Rewi Alley (Auckland). Ref TZP27535. Link: TVNZ

7 May 1979

  • Television current affairs: women performing their own abortions (New Zealand). Interviewee Marilyn Waring. Dateline Monday, ref TZP1048. Link: TVNZ

14 May 1979

  • Television feature: A Matter of Style - Quentin Crisp with Davina Whitehouse (New Zealand). Features footage of Crisp's visit to New Zealand in 1978, performing in Takapuna. Ref TZP97073. Link: TVNZ

26 June 1979

  • As part of Gay Pride Week a radio interview is broadcast featuring members of the Nelson Gay Welfare Group (Nelson). The interview is broadcast on 2ZN. A copy of the interview is available at the Lesbian and Gay Archives of New Zealand. Link: LAGANZ

29 June 1979

7 September 1979

March 1980

  • Female impersonator Danny La Rue films Danny Down Under for TVNZ (New Zealand). Filmed over 3 days Danny Down Under features Irish-born entertainer Danny Le Rue and comedians John Gadsby and David McPhail. Link: NZ On Screen

3 March 1980

  • Television current affairs: photographer Brian Brake (New Zealand). Kaleidoscope, ref TZP442220. Link: TVNZ

19 March 1980

1 April 1980

  • Television: Eyewitness report on gay life and politics in New Zealand (New Zealand). ref: TZP9157. Includes examination of police harassment and the Homosexual Law Reform Bill. . Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

27 November 1980

  • Television news report: Elton John concert causes crowd injuries (Wellington). Pyrotechnics caused nearly 70 people to be treated for eye irritations, ref: TZP4777. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

14 January 1981

  • Television: Pornographic videotape cassettes being brought into New Zealand (New Zealand). ref: TZP31196. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

10 June 1981

30 July 1981

  • Newspaper comment: San Francisco Supervisor Harry Britt comments on the Wellington bus advertisement controversy (San Francisco, United States of America). Link: Bay Area Reporter

27 September 1981

  • Newspaper report: protests around the world (including in New Zealand) against homophobic US immigration policies (San Francisco, United States of America). Link: Bay Area Reporter

1982

  • Television footage: an interview with David Bowie (New Zealand). Ref TZM1313 and TZM1315. Links: TVNZ (1), TVNZ (2)

28 July 1982

13 January 1983

  • Newspaper report: Air New Zealand distances itself from gay clientele (San Francisco, United States of America). Link: Bay Area Reporter

1984

  • Television: Dunedin's Vauxhall Gardens are given a display at the Otago Settlers Museum (New Zealand). ref: TZP152531. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

14 May 1984

  • Television: Sociologist Rosemary Novitz interviewed about sex role stereotyping of children (New Zealand). ref: TZP21887. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

15 May 1984

  • Television: Judith Carver of New Zealand Childcare Association interviewed about the sex role stereotyping of babies (New Zealand). ref: TZP21815. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

16 May 1984

  • Television: Judith Carver from New Zealand Childcare Association interviewed about sex role stereotyping in children (New Zealand). ref: TZP21816. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

17 May 1984

18 May 1984

  • Television: discussion about sex role stereotyping by those involved with child development (New Zealand). ref: TZP21817. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

21 June 1984

11 October 1984

26 October 1984

5 November 1984

16 November 1984

17 November 1984

18 November 1984

26 November 1984

21 December 1984

  • Television news report: footage of New Zealand's first AIDS patient (New Zealand). The footage appears as part of a year-in-review programme. The man's sister is also interviewed. The footage was first broadcast earlier in 1984. Eyewitness news, ref F60412. Links: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision, University of Auckland

1985

  • Private video: Miriam Saphira talks about her submission on the Homosexual Law Reform Bill (Auckland). Ref F55555. Link: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision
  • Private video: women talk about homosexual law reform (Auckland). Ref F55514. Link: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision
  • Our Voice Our Vision screens on television (New Zealand). The documentary traces the course of women's liberation in New Zealand. It focuses on women who participated in the Albert Park Suffrage Day demonstration in 1971 - including Ngahuia Volkerling (now Te Awekotuku). Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

12 February 1985

1 March 1985

7 March 1985

8 March 1985

14 March 1985

  • Television: Close Up on failed heterosexual marriages where the husband was gay (New Zealand). ref: TZP7717. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

15 March 1985

  • Television: gay community of Wellington fearing climate of violence and prejudice ramped up by anti-reform campaigners (Wellington). ref: TZP12902. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

20 March 1985

  • Television: Debate about Homosexual Law Reform between supporters Fran Wilde and Doctor Ian Scott versus opponents John Kennedy and Geoff Braybrooke (New Zealand). ref: TZP125456. Special broadcast from Otago Boys High School, where a public meeting is being held in the form of a debate over Homosexual Law Reform. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

22 March 1985

  • Television news report: Salvation Army take over organised opposition to Homosexual Law Reform Bill (New Zealand). ref: TZP13134. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

27 March 1985

28 March 1985

  • Television current affairs: the age of consent debate (New Zealand). Explores the age of consent and the Homosexual Law Reform Bill. Features Jon Lusk, Sebastian Pope, Prof. Jim Robb, Keith Hay, MP Denis Marshall and MP Geoff Braybrooke. Close Up, ref F57580. Links: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision, University of Auckland

30 March 1985

  • Television news report: Roman Catholic Cardinal Tom Williams speaks out against homosexual law reform (New Zealand). The report also features MP Geoff Braybrooke and Bill Logan. 6.30 news, ref F62402. Links: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision, University of Auckland

31 March 1985

2 April 1985

9 April 1985

11 April 1985

  • Television current affairs: studio discussion on homosexual law reform (New Zealand). The discussion features Reverend Richard Flinn and Peter Wall from the Gay Task Force. 6.30 news Top Half, ref F57594. Links: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision, University of Auckland
  • Television news report: Government funding to combat the spread of AIDS and a look at the nationwide debate over homosexual law reform (New Zealand). Two news reports - the first details new Government funding to combat the spread of AIDS. The second report looks at homosexual law reform and features an interview with MP Graeme Lee. Eyewitness news, ref F80137. Links: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision, University of Auckland

12 April 1985

  • Television news report: church groups support homosexual law reform (New Zealand). Features interviews with Reverend Peter Beck and Geoff Hill. Eyewitness news, ref F80139. Links: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision, University of Auckland
  • Television news report: public meetings are held on homosexual law reform (New Zealand). Features an interview with MP Geoff Braybrooke and reports on the Council of Churches voting in favour of reform. 6.30pm news Top Half, ref F57595. Links: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision, University of Auckland
  • Television news: interview with Freddie Mercury and Queen (New Zealand). Ref TZM4869 and TZM4870. Links: TVNZ (1), TVNZ (2)

13 April 1985

14 April 1985

15 April 1985

19 April 1985

  • Television news report: Catholic bishops don't want to take a firm stand for or against homosexual law reform (New Zealand). Features an interview with Cardinal Tom Williams, Archibishop of Wellington. 6.30 news Top Half, ref F57603. Links: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision, University of Auckland

26 April 1985

2 May 1985

8 May 1985

10 May 1985

20 May 1985

  • Television news report: the Government denies claims it has suspended submissions on homosexual law reform due to the Timaru by-election (New Zealand). 6.30 news Top Half, ref F81801. Links: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision, University of Auckland

21 May 1985

22 May 1985

24 May 1985

  • Private video: a recording of a public rally in support of homosexual law reform (Auckland). The rally took place in the Auckland Town Hall and was emceed by one of the Topp Twins, ref F55516. Link: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision
  • Television current affairs: Alison Webber comments on homosexual law reform (New Zealand). Fourth Estate, ref F57634. Links: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision, University of Auckland
  • Television news reports: public rallies on homosexual law reform and the effect of AIDS on law reform (New Zealand). Features an interview with Dr David Cooper. Eyewitness news, ref F81839. Links: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision, University of Auckland

25 May 1985

2 June 1985

5 June 1985

6 June 1985

10 June 1985

18 June 1985

3 July 1985

8 July 1985

16 July 1985

20 July 1985

24 July 1985

27 July 1985

31 July 1985

6 August 1985

9 August 1985

12 August 1985

14 August 1985

3 September 1985

9 September 1985

13 September 1985

17 September 1985

18 September 1985

  • Television news report: MPs have been given results from the anti-homosexual law reform petition (New Zealand). Features an interview with MP Graeme Lee who is the petition organiser. 6.30 news Top Half, ref F87198. Links: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision, University of Auckland

19 September 1985

22 September 1985

23 September 1985

24 September 1985

  • Television news report: presentation of the anti-homosexual law reform at parliament and blood donor testing has been delayed (New Zealand). Features an interview with MPs Fran Wilde and Graeme Lee. 6.30 news Top Half, ref F87267. Links: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision, University of Auckland
  • Television news report: scuffles during the presentation of the anti-homosexual law reform petition (New Zealand). Eyewitness news, ref F87268. Links: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision, University of Auckland

25 September 1985

26 September 1985

  • Current affairs: Christian political activism and homosexual law reform (New Zealand). Close Up, ref F87271. Links: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision, University of Auckland
  • Newspaper report: Moral majority takes crusade to New Zealand (San Francisco, United States of America). Publisher Tony Katavich comments "Really, mate - can't you keep your Christian creeps at home?". Link: Bay Area Reporter
  • Television news report: criticism in the delay for AIDS testing of blood donors (New Zealand). 6.30 news Top Half, ref F87269. Links: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision, University of Auckland

27 September 1985

1 October 1985

2 October 1985

3 October 1985

4 October 1985

8 October 1985

21 October 1985

30 October 1985

5 November 1985

7 November 1985

12 November 1985

15 December 1985

31 December 1985

1986

  • Television advert: an AIDS prevention advert broadcasts comparing unsafe sex to sky diving without a parachute (New Zealand). Ref C2903. Link: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

7 January 1986

20 February 1986

  • Television news report: New Zealand is the first country in the world to register a register a drug for the treatment of AID (New Zealand). The drug registered is Imunovir. 6.30pm Top Half, ref F91889. Links: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision, University of Auckland

18 March 1986

26 March 1986

  • Television news report: Parliament debates the age of consent provisions in the Homosexual Law Reform Bill (New Zealand). Newsline, ref F57853. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

27 March 1986

  • Television news report: Parliament debates the age of consent provisions in the Homosexual Law Reform Bill (New Zealand). The age of consent is set at 16. Parliament also decides that homosexual acts will remain illegal in the armed services. 6.30 news, ref: F91572. Links: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision, LAGANZ

8 April 1986

  • Television news report: Eve Van Grafhorst is to get another test for AIDS (New Zealand). Features Gloria Van Grafhorst and Dr Kitty Croxson. Eyewitness news, ref F91601. Link: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

17 April 1986

  • Television news report: Eve van Grafhorst is confirmed to have AIDS (Hastings). Van Grafhorst was born prematurely in 1982 and required eleven blood transfusions to save her life. One of the transfusions was contaminated and van Grafhorst contracted HIV. 6.30 news, ref F91630. Links: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision, Wikipedia
  • Television news report: Parliament decides that homosexuals aren't entitled to special protection under the law (New Zealand). Parliament decides that homosexuals aren't entitled special protection under the law. 6.30 news, ref F91630. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

20 April 1986

  • Television news report: a fund raising event is to be held to help Eve van Grafhorst and family move to New Zealand (New Zealand). 6.30 news, ref F91639. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

1 May 1986

  • Newspaper report: Gay rights bogged down again in New Zealand (San Francisco, United States of America). Link: Bay Area Reporter

12 May 1986

  • Television news report: launch of the book AIDS and the Risk by Paul Goldwater. (New Zealand). The publication is the first locally produced book on AIDS. Among other things, the book recommends that New Zealand should "exclude from all schools and educational facilities any child who is AIDS antibody positive." Eyewitness news, ref: F91729. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

27 May 1986

  • Television talkback: Dr. Paul Goldwater discusses AIDS with talkback callers (New Zealand). Newsline, ref F91769. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

13 June 1986

  • Television news report: the US Public Health Service is making startling predictions about the spread of AIDS. (New Zealand). 6.30 news, ref F91828. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

26 June 1986

  • Television news report: an international AIDS conference takes place (New Zealand). 6.30 news, ref F91925. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

3 July 1986

  • Television news report: MPs may have another opportunity to consider the age of consent for homosexual activity (New Zealand). 6.30 news, ref F58069. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

9 July 1986

  • Television news report: the final vote for the Homosexual Law Reform Bill happens tonight (New Zealand). Interviewees include, Fran Wilde, Norman Jones and George Gair. Eyewitness news, ref F58077. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

10 July 1986

  • Television news report: the Coalition of Concerned Citizens continues its battle against homosexual law reform (New Zealand). 6.30 news, ref F58082. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

11 July 1986

  • Television news report: 35 year old man sleeps with a 15 year old male (New Zealand). 6.30 news, ref F91974. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision
  • Television news report: two MPs wavered in their vote on homosexual law reform (New Zealand). 6.30 news, ref F91974. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision
  • Television talkback on the passing of homosexual law reform (New Zealand). Guest - Peter Wall. Newsline, ref F58083. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

13 July 1986

  • Television news report: passing of homosexual law reform (New Zealand). Interviewees include MP John Banks and Fran Wilde. Sunday, ref F91980. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

24 July 1986

  • Newspaper report: Pia Coletta Rudowski from New Zealand wins third place in the Queen of the Orient contest (San Francisco). Link: Bay Area Reporter

31 July 1986

  • Newspaper report: Gay rights triumph in New Zealand (San Francisco, United States of America). Link: Bay Area Reporter

21 August 1986

  • Newspaper report: an interview with Terry and Marge (born in New Zealand) (San Francisco). Both had come to the United States as war brides and now lived together. Marge was born in Auckland on 8 September 1921. Link: Bay Area Reporter

19 September 1986

  • Television news report: US scientists expected to announce the expanded use of an HIV drug (United States of America). Eyewitness news, ref F58151. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

20 September 1986

  • Television news report: thousands of AIDS patients expected to receive AZT - a new drug treatment (New Zealand). 6.30 news, ref F116280. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

21 September 1986

  • Television news report: call for more blood donations (New Zealand). Blood reserves are dwindling due to fears around AIDS. 6.30 news, ref F116281. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

26 September 1986

  • Television news report: the NZ AIDS Foundation says women are at risk too (New Zealand). Interviewee Kate Leslie. 6.30 news, ref F131743. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

30 September 1986

  • Television news report: a world authority says HIV can survive in untreated water (New Zealand). The Health Department asks public swimming pool operators to guard against the spread of AIDS. Interviewee John Kingi. 6.30 news, ref F131768. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

23 October 1986

28 October 1986

  • Television current affairs: the race to find a cure for AIDS (New Zealand). Eyewitness news, ref F58219. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

30 October 1986

3 November 1986

18 November 1986

  • Television news report: the New Zealand AIDS Foundation says the AIDS death toll may now be more than 20 (New Zealand). Eyewitness news, ref F132286. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

28 November 1986

  • Television news report: follow-up on Eve Van Grafhorst who moved to New Zealand earlier in the year (New Zealand). Eyewitness news, ref F58249. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

4 December 1986

  • Newspaper report: USA Salvation Army funding anti-homosexual reform campaign in New Zealand (San Francisco, United States of America). Links: Bay Area Reporter (1), Bay Area Reporter (2)
  • Television news report: HIV prevention - providing clean needles to people who inject drugs (New Zealand). Eyewitness news, ref F132362. Link: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

5 December 1986

31 December 1986

  • Television current affairs: the year in review (New Zealand). Lindsay Perigo presents a review of the major news stories - including homosexual law reform and Eve van Grafhorst. News, ref F92032. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

1987

26 January 1987

  • Television news report: MP Norman Jones leaves hospital (New Zealand). Jones had been undergoing treatment for an inoperable brain tumour. 6.30pm news, ref F92071. Link: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

5 February 1987

  • Newspaper report: Father Felix Donnelly speaks out against the Pope (New Zealand). Link: Bay Area Reporter

9 February 1987

  • Television news report: Rev Carl Titchener gives out condoms during church services (New York, United States of America). Eyewitness news, ref F58280. Link: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

14 February 1987

  • Television news report: the World Health Organisation reports 2,000 more AIDS cases in the last month (New Zealand). There are currently 40,000 cases world wide. 6.30pm news, ref F92297. Link: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

20 February 1987

  • Television news report: the New Zealand AIDS Foundation says its funding will dry up next month (New Zealand). Interviewees include Kate Leslie and Warren Lindberg. There's also a news item about the Queen meeting AIDS doctors. 6.30pm news, ref F92320 and Eyewitness news, ref F92321. Links: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision (1), Nga Taonga Sound & Vision (2)

23 February 1987

  • Television news report: AIDS education programme in schools (United States of America). Also includes a news item about the death of Andy Warhol. Eyewitness news, ref F92325. Link: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

25 February 1987

  • Television news report: AIDS causes a review of health requirements for potential immigrants (New Zealand). Interviewee Kerry Burke. 6.30pm news, ref F92342. Link: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

10 March 1987

  • Television news report: media coverage of AIDS in the United Kingdom (New Zealand). A news report that examines over 20-hours of coverage on AIDS last week in the United Kingdom. Eyewitness news, ref F92368. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

17 March 1987

  • 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. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

1 April 1987

  • Television news report: an underground network is setup in the US to supply unapproved AIDS drugs (New Zealand). Eyewitness news, ref: F58311. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

2 April 1987

  • Television news report: chemists to start selling syringes in an attempt to stop the spread of AIDS (New Zealand). Includes an interview with the Dr Michael Basset, Minister of Health. Eyewitness news, ref: F92479. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

6 April 1987

  • Television news report: the Australian government commits $3 million dollars to an AIDS awareness campaign (New Zealand). Eyewitness news, ref: F92493. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

16 April 1987

  • Television news report: compulsory HIV testing for everyone over the age of 12 (New Zealand). An Otago University philosopher denies reports saying that he wanted compulsory testing. Eyewitness news, ref: F92527. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

7 May 1987

8 May 1987

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

17 May 1987

  • AIDS: The New Lepers is broadcast on TV1 (New Zealand). The documentary is followed by a panel discussion with health professionals in New Zealand plus excerpts from Australian and British TV campaigns. Interviewees include Betty Kill, Warren Lindberg, Dr Rod Ellis-Pegler and Dr David Skegg. Ref F58399 and F92709. Links: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision (1), Nga Taonga Sound and Vision (2)

2 June 1987

  • Television news report: the third International Conference on AIDS is held (New Zealand). Eyewitness news, ref F92793. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

24 June 1987

  • Television current affairs: moral panic surrounding AIDS (New Zealand). Interviewees include Norman Jones, Dr Richard Meech, Paul East and Dr Micheal Bassett. Eyewitness news, ref F92935. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

10 July 1987

  • Television news report: AIDS impacts on New York arts community (New Zealand). Eyewitness news ,ref F93026. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

13 July 1987

  • Television news report: first anniversary of homosexual law reform (New Zealand). Interviewees include Fran Wilde, Keith Hay, Norman Jones, Dick Johnstone, Barry Reed and Peter Wall. Eyewitness news, ref F93071. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

August 1987

  • Television current affairs: Jim Bolger is interviewed during the 1987 election campaign (New Zealand). Bolger talks about gender and homosexuality. One current affairs, ref F60708. Link: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

17 August 1987

  • Television news report: AIDS a growing problem in Switzerland (New Zealand). Eyewitness news, ref F93540. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

18 September 1987

  • Television news report: the Pope visits San Francisco, blessing people with AIDS (New Zealand). Eyewitness news, ref F90361. Link: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

22 September 1987

  • Television current affairs: AIDS as a political issue in the United States (New Zealand). Eyewitness news, ref F90367. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

24 September 1987

  • Television news report: research continues into HIV (New Zealand). Eyewitness news, ref F90371. Link: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

12 October 1987

  • Television news report: a rally in Washington DC calls for more funding for HIV/AIDS treatments (New Zealand). Eyewitness news, ref F90428. Link: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

16 October 1987

  • Television news report: Dr Charles Farthing believes an AIDS cure won't be found this century (New Zealand). Eyewitness news, ref F90441. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

9 November 1987

18 November 1987

  • Television news report: a Wellington surgeon says he has the right to refuse to treat a patient suspected of having AIDS (Wellington). Draft guidelines have been earlier sent out 5,000 doctors around the country. Eyewitness news, ref F90570. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

1988

  • Music video: Safe Sex by Painters and Dockers (New Zealand). Ref: TZM5451. Link: TVNZ

1 March 1988

  • Television news report: more women are becoming HIV+ (New Zealand). Doctors say it is only a matter of time before babies are born in New Zealand with HIV/AIDS. Eyewitness news, ref F90793. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

8 March 1988

  • Television news report: a new book says AIDS can be passed on by kissing or sitting on toilet seats (New Zealand). Includes an interview with the co-author Dr Robert Kolodny. The book Crisis: Heterosexual Behavior in the Age of AIDS asserts that "the AIDS virus is now running rampant in the heterosexual community." The authors claim that under some circumstances, the virus can be spread by kissing, using toilet seats or eating in a restaurant. Eyewitness news ,ref F90811. Links: Washington Post, Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

11 March 1988

  • Television news report: stopping the spread of HIV/AIDS in Australian jails (New Zealand). Eyewitness news, ref F90822. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

15 March 1988

6 May 1988

  • Television current affairs: Hepatitis B vaccine may contain HIV (New Zealand). Media commentator Brain Priestley reviews media coverage. Fourth Estate, ref F91240. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

2 August 1988

  • Television news report: the Government is going to increase spending on AIDS prevention (New Zealand). Eyewitness news, ref F94406. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

October 1988

  • Television commercial: Department of Health - pamphlet going out to every household about AIDS (New Zealand). Ref C5587. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision
  • Television commercial: Department of Health safe sex advert (New Zealand). No One Ever Died of Embarrassment, ref C3118. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision
  • Television commercial: Department of Health safe sex advert (New Zealand). AIDS - pool room, ref C3119. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision
  • Television commercial: Department of Health safe sex advert (New Zealand). Glen has AIDS. The advert notes that there are currently 81 cases of AIDS in New Zealand, ref C3120. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

3 October 1988

  • Television news report: Department of Health targets heterosexuals with HIV/AIDS advertising (New Zealand). The report notes there could be 5,000 people with HIV in New Zealand. Interviewees include Dr Karen Potasi, Kate Leslie, Daniel Fielding, Dr Kitty Corxan and Dr Steven Gardiner. Eyewitness news, ref F94906. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

21 October 1988

  • Television news report: Department of Health launches an explicit HIV/AIDS campaign (New Zealand). Includes an interview with Karen Poutasi. Eyewitness news, ref F95076. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

1 December 1988

  • Television news report: the first World AIDS Day is marked in New Zealand (New Zealand). Eyewitness news, ref F95421. Link: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

1989

  • Television feature: The Night Workers (New Zealand). A look at Wellington's red light district. Includes footage of Tiffany's, Evergreen Coffee House and Club Exotique. There are interviews with sex workers talking about their lives and the emergence of AIDS. The Night Workers, ref F26129. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

22 March 1989

  • Television news report: Tom McLean calls for an end to discrimination against people with AIDS (New Zealand). Interviewees include Tom McLean, Bill Logan and David Blackmore. Eyewitness news, ref F95834. Link: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

15 May 1989

  • Television news report: increase of AIDS cases in New Zealand (New Zealand). Eyewitness news, ref F96198. Link: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

4 June 1989

  • Television current affairs: a positive approach to AIDS (New Zealand). Journalist Amanda Millar talks to Alistair who is living with AIDS and Micahel who is dying from AIDS related complications. Frontline, ref F96441. Link: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

9 June 1989

1 August 1989

  • Television news report: a sex worker is being held in hospital after testing positive for HIV (Sydney, Australia). Eyewitness news, ref F97199. Link: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

12 October 1989

1 December 1989

  • Television news report: the New Zealand AIDS Memorial quilt displayed on World AIDS Day (New Zealand). The report is taken from a news compilation tape. The footage will most likely be from 1 December 1988 or 1989. Ref F44883. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision
  • Television news report: World AIDS Day is marked around New Zealand (New Zealand). Interviewees include Darren Horn, Bev Jelicich and Dr Mike Pohl. Eyewitness news, ref: F98109. Link: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

1990

  • Television feature: AIDS babies - somebody's child (New Zealand). Interviewees incldue Warren Lindberg and Dr Elizabeth Kubler Ross. AIDS babies - somebody's child, ref F21288. Link: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision
  • Television feature: Lew Pryme - welcome to my world (New Zealand). Pryme died from AIDS related complications on 23 April 1990. Interviewees include Midge Marsden, Tina Cross, Grahame Thorn, Mark Williams, Sally Metzger and Grant Fox. Ref F34485. Links: NZ On Screen, Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

14 December 1990

  • Television news report: working with AIDS babies in Romania (New Zealand). Interviewee Robyn Beckerleg. Holmes, ref F102458. Link: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

7 April 1991

  • Television current affairs: documentary about a sex worker who is HIV+ (Australia). 60 minutes, ref F103607. Link: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

10 May 1991

  • Television news report: a Christchurch philanthropist offers refunds on empty packets of condoms (Christchurch). Michael Sherry wants to promote safe sex by offering refunds on empty packets of condoms. Nightline, ref F104366. Link: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

20 May 1991

25 May 1991

  • Television news report: unexpected consequences after actor plays the part of a man with AIDS (New Zealand). Actor Patrick Davies' friends and family thought he had AIDS after media reports about the theatre production. One Network News, ref F104476. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

5 June 1991

  • Television news report: 10th anniversary of the first CDC report on AIDS (New Zealand). Interviewees include Warren Lindberg, Christina Lewis, Gloria Taylor and Eve Van Grafhorst. Holmes, ref F104646. Links: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision, CDC (1), CDC (2)

6 June 1991

  • Television news report: the first 10 years of AIDS (New Zealand). Interviewees include Dr Rod Ellis-Pegler and Darren Horn. TV3 news, ref F104658. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

13 June 1991

14 June 1991

19 June 1991

25 June 1991

  • Television news report: Eve van Grafhorst makes it to Disneyland (New Zealand). Nightline, ref F105192. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

7 July 1991

10 July 1991

  • Television news report: Air New Zealand trains Eve Van Grafhorst as a flight attendant (New Zealand). Holmes, ref F105317. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

6 August 1991

  • Television news report: police want to be warned if they are dealing with a person with Hepatitis B, HIV or AIDS (New Zealand). Interviewees include Lance Corcoran, Graham Harding and Warren Lindberg. Holmes, ref F105524. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

3 September 1991

  • Television news report: condom sales are dropping (New Zealand). Interviewees include Margaret Durden, Margaret Sparrow, Krista Blake and Adie Davis. TV3 news, ref F105875. Link: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

17 September 1991

  • Television news report: Hollywood stars raise money for AIDS research (United States of America). TV3 news, ref F106019. Link: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

25 October 1991

  • Television news report: accident victim was HIV positive - or was he (New Zealand). Interviewees include Brian Persen, Peter Bradley, Phil Wright and Warren Lindberg. Holmes, ref F107530. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

1 December 1991

4 December 1991

  • Television news report: launch of Kids with AIDS support group and trust (New Zealand). Interviewees include Jeremy Miller and his parents Katrina Miller and Howard Miller. Holmes, ref F107907. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

5 December 1991

  • Television news report: a viewer responds to the new Kids with AIDS support group (New Zealand). Holmes, ref F107913. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

1992

  • Moving-image footage: interview with author Peter Wells (Sydney, Australia). Filmed in Sydney, the interview looks at his creative output. Ref F54725. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

February 1992

  • Moving-image footage: Mika - Lava Lover (Auckland). Hundreds of dancers choreographed by Mika at the HERO party. Ref F62152. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

August 1992

  • Moving-image footage: Mika Juiced (Nelson). Footage of the performance at the Nelson STD conference. Ref F62168. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

1994

  • Private footage: an interview with Tom O'Donoghue and his partner Kim (New Zealand). Tom was diagnosed HIV positive in 1988. He combined his personal experience with his background as a health worker to take a prevention message to the community. Moa films, ref F53152. Link: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

2 February 1994

  • Television feature: All About Eve (New Zealand). A documentary about Eve Van Grafhorst, ref F21298. Link: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

1995

  • The documentary A Stitch In Time premieres (New Zealand). The documentary is about the New Zealand AIDS Memorial Quilt and features Nicki Eddy and others. Ref F16107. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

1996

  • Television current affairs: The Faces of Love (New Zealand). The feature looks at children with AIDS in Romania. 20/20, ref: F48397. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision
  • Television feature: For Arts Sake: Douglas Wright (New Zealand). An interview with choreographer Douglas Wright. The feature also includes Wright performing. For Arts Sake, ref F40348. Link: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision
  • Television feature: AIDS and Love (New Zealand). Features an interview with Dr Elisabeth Kubler-Ross about her work with children with AIDS. Ref: F26300. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision
  • Television feature: AIDS in the Community (New Zealand). Features an interview with AIDS counsellor Dick Johnstone, ref: F26299. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision
  • Television feature: For Arts Sake: Michael Parmenter (New Zealand). An interview with choreographer Michael Parmenter. The feature also includes Parmenter performing excerpts from A Long Undressing. For Arts Sake, ref F42337. Link: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision
  • Television feature: Women and AIDS (New Zealand). Filmed in the USA, Australia and New Zealand. Ref: F26298. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

8 July 1996

1997

  • Television footage: funding is being withdrawn from the HERO parade (New Zealand). The Drum, series 1 - episode 6, ref F86621. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

15 January 1997

February 1997

  • Television coverage: 1997 HERO parade (Auckland). Edited coverage of the 1997 HERO parade (22 February), featuring Anita McNaught, the Topp Twins, Petra Bagust, Jon Bridges and Nathan Rarere. TV3, ref F29050. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

24 October 1997

  • The first episode of Queer Nation is broadcast (New Zealand). Queer Nation began as a broadcast segment Express Report on Horizon TV in February 1996. It expanded into a half-hour format called Out There, and then became Queer Nation. ref TZP193773. Link: Nga Taonga

1998

  • Television programme: Queer Nation, series 2 - episode 9 (New Zealand). Features the Ettie Rout organisation promoting safe sex in Christchurch, gays in the military, and lesbians in the film industry. Queer Nation, ref F38924. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision
  • Television: Queer Nation, series 2 - episode 10 (New Zealand). Features Ben Hoadley, gay run guest houses, and the latest HIV/AIDS drug in New Zealand. Queer Nation, ref F38925. Link: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

22 February 1998

  • The HERO parade is broadcast on TV3 (Auckland). The parade happened the day earlier in Auckland and is broadcast nationally on Sunday at 9.30pm, ref F35117. Links: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision, NZ.com

24 June 1998

  • Television drama: an HIV story-line on Shortland Street (New Zealand). Shortland Street, ref F36149. Link: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

2 August 1998

  • Television current affairs: Chris Arneson is being denied his US pension because of his HIV status (New Zealand). Arneson cannot return to the US to collect his pension because his HIV status is regarded under US law as "loathsome and contagious". 20/20, ref F36788. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

23 December 1998

  • Television news report: fears that patients have come into contact with a worker who is HIV+ (New Zealand). One news, ref: F38793. Link: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

February 1999

  • Documentary: Follow The Yellow Brick Road (Auckland). The Auckland HERO parade. Includes interview material and footage of the parade. Produced by Triangle Television. Follow The Yellow Brick Road, ref F48156. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision
  • Television feature: coverage of the HERO parade (Auckland). Coverage of the HERO parade, with Mika, Hori Ahipene, Georgina Beyer and Louisa Wall. TV3, ref F40007. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

14 April 1999

  • Television news report: call to ban HIV/AIDS refugees and immigrants (New Zealand). One Network News, ref F40637. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

4 June 1999

  • Television programme: Behind the Wheel - segment on a man planning on going in drag to the HERO parade (New Zealand). Behind the Wheel, ref F41334. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

2000

  • Television programme: Queer Nation, series 4 - episode 14 (New Zealand). Features Queer of the Year, Candlelight Memorials, Out Takes. Queer Nation, ref F46394. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

10 February 2000

  • Television news report: Chris Truscott, who is HIV+, is being held under the Health Act (New Zealand). TV3 news, ref F44223. Link: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

12 May 2000

  • Television news report: cutting the price of AIDS drugs (New Zealand). BBC report, One news, ref F45802. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

2001

  • Television feature: Sox Up - a documentary about Phil Raffills (New Zealand). As an Auckland City Councillor, Raffills opposed the HERO Parade. Sox Up, ref F50868. Links: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision, NZ Herald

February 2001

  • Television coverage: HERO Parade (New Zealand). Robert Rakete and Vanessa Wagener, one of Australia's top drag queens host coverage of the [final] HERO parade. Ref F50420. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

18 February 2001

  • Television news report: crowd numbers were down at last night's HERO Parade (New Zealand). Tv3 news, ref F49202. Link: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

28 June 2001

2002

  • Television series: Queer Nation, series 6 - episode 15 (New Zealand). Episode looks at the early years of HIV/AIDS in New Zealand. Interviewees include Keith Marshall, Dr. Mark Thomas, Tony Hughes, Warren Lindberg, Bruce Kilmister, Peter Taylor, Michael Bancroft, Judith Ackroyd, Michael Stevens and Margaret Flaws. Queer Nation, ref F55645. Link: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

2003

8 March 2003

  • Television feature: Pansy screens on TV One (New Zealand). Author Peter Wells looks at his life "through pansy-tinted glasses". Motivated by the anniversary of his brother's death in 1989, the film charts Wells' path to becoming a pioneering gay filmmaker and writer. Ref F52190. Links: NZ On Screen, Nga Taonga Sound & Vision, MF Films

7 July 2003

  • Television news reports: AIDS in Uganda and a potential split in the Anglican church (New Zealand). Contains a story about AIDS in Uganda and an openly gay Anglican clergyman not accepting a position of Bishop because of the potential to split the church. TV3 news, ref F58930. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

4 August 2003

  • Television news report: anger in South Africa about access to AIDS drugs (New Zealand). One news, ref F59275. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

4 September 2003

  • Television news report: Zimbabwean refugee charged with willfully passing on HIV (New Zealand). Interviewees include Winston Peters and Kevin Hague. TV3 news, ref F59896. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

5 September 2003

  • Television news reports: HIV positive refugees in NZ and former newsreader Darren McDonald is sentenced (New Zealand). Two reports: HIV positive refugees in New Zealand, and former newsreader Darren McDonald is sentenced on drugs charges. One news, ref F59892. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

26 November 2003

  • Television news report: mothers may soon be offered HIV tests (New Zealand). Interviewees include Annette King and Gill Greer. TV3 news, ref F61111. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

2 December 2003

  • Television news report: World AIDS Day is marked internationally (worldwide). TV3 news, ref: F61163. Link: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

4 December 2003

  • Television news report: Pharmac refuses to subsidise HIV medication (New Zealand). Interviewees include Matt Whyte, Richard Meech, Wayne McNee and Annette King. One news, ref: F61189. Link: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

2004

  • Television advert: It only takes one time - New Zealand AIDS Foundation (New Zealand). Ref C25278. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision
  • Television current affairs: Civil Unions (New Zealand). Heated debate on the Civil Union Bill. 60 Minutes, ref F83271. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

11 January 2004

27 February 2004

  • Television news report: rising rates of HIV in New Zealand (New Zealand). Interviewees include Michael Stevens and Rachael Le Mesurier. One news, ref F62141. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

27 April 2004

  • Television news report: two performers in the US porn industry test positive for HIV (New Zealand). One news, ref F80908. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

7 May 2004

  • Television news report: a number of health professionals in Libya deliberately infect children with HIV to try and find a cure (New Zealand). One news, ref F80929. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

16 May 2004

  • Television news report: Solomon Islands expect a major increase in HIV diagnoses (New Zealand). The news comes after it was revealed that blood products hadn't been screened for the last four years. One news, ref F81625. Link: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

9 July 2004

  • Television news report: New Zealand ranked worst in OECD for its small contribution to the global fight against HIV/AIDS (New Zealand). Interviewees include Bruce Waldin and Marian Hobbs. One news, ref F83489. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

12 July 2004

  • Television news report: UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan warns Asian leaders about the explosion of AIDS in the region (New Zealand). One news, ref F81995. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

13 July 2004

  • Television news report: China faces a growing AIDS epidemic (New Zealand). TV3 news, ref F82001. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision
  • Television news report: the 15th International AIDS Conference is held in Bangkok (New Zealand). Interviewees include Dr Kathleen Cravero, Helen Leslie and Rachael Le Mesurier. One news, ref F82000. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

14 July 2004

  • Television news report: AIDS in India (New Zealand). TV3 news, ref F82004. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision
  • Television news report: Asian and Pacific Island leaders warned about the growing issue of AIDS in the region (New Zealand). Interviewees include Eileen Kelly, Gill Greer and Maire Bopp Dupont. One news, ref F82003. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

15 July 2004

  • Television news report: HIV rates increase sharply in New Zealand (New Zealand). Interviewees include Rachael Le Mesurier and Tim Barnett. One news, ref F82005. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

31 August 2004

  • Television news report: a man who is HIV+ pleads guilty to knowingly having unprotected sex with four women (New Zealand). TV3 news, ref F83527. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

2 September 2004

  • Television programme: Takataapuhi (New Zealand). This episode highlights Maori women involved in protest movements over the past decades. Takataapuhi, ref F82081. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

10 September 2004

30 September 2004

  • Television programme: Takataapuhi (New Zealand). This episode looks at AIDS. Takataapuhi, ref F82563. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

18 October 2004

26 November 2004

  • Television news report: a man who is HIV+ is charged with criminal nuisance after having protected sex (New Zealand). One news, ref F84513. Links: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision, NZ Herald

29 November 2004

  • Television news reports: Civil Union Bill may pass within the next fortnight, and AIDS in Thailand (New Zealand). TV3 news, ref F84523. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

2 December 2004

  • Television news reports: World AIDS Day and HIV/AIDS in the Pacific (New Zealand). Interviewee Maire Bopp from the Samoan AIDS Foundation. TV3 news, ref F84528. Link: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

16 December 2004

  • Television news report: a Ghanaian man who lied about his HIV status has been jailed (New Zealand). The man lied about his status during an attempt to gain residency. One news, ref F84560. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

30 December 2004

  • Television news report: a former male sex worker who is HIV+ has been placed in a home in Canterbury (New Zealand). TV3 news, ref F84594. Link: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

7 January 2005

  • Television news report: Makgatho Mandela dies from AID related conditions One News, ref: F84608. Link: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

16 January 2005

27 March 2005

  • Television news report: a gel that may block the sexual spread of HIV (New Zealand). The gel was developed in part by a government owned research company. Interviewees include Richard Furneaux and Brian Ward.TV3 news ,ref F85360. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

29 March 2005

  • Television panel discussion: what is hate speech? (New Zealand). Hosted by Willie Jackson, with panelists Anjum Rahman, Emily White, Chris Wikaira and Judith Collins. Eye to Eye, ref F85113. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

15 May 2005

11 June 2005

  • Television news reports: calls to help protect homosexual students from bullying, and AIDS in Africa (New Zealand). Two reports: bullying (interviewees include Maria Hogan, Julie Hogan and Judie Alison) and the Pope says abstinence from sex is the only way to prevent the spread of AIDS in Africa. TV3 news, ref F87104. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

13 June 2005

  • Television news report: Ian Wishart's magazine article about the effectiveness of condoms (New Zealand). TV3 news, ref F87106. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision
  • Television news report: Ministry of Health will now off HIV tests to pregnant women (New Zealand). Interviewees include Dr Graham Mills, Dr Patrick Tuohy and Rachael Le Mesurier. One news, ref F87085. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

9 August 2005

  • Television news report: the Justin Dalley court case begins (New Zealand). Interviewees include Emily White. TV3 news, ref F88290. Link: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

10 September 2005

  • Television news report: students come up with an innovative way to promote the safe sex message to their peers (New Zealand). One news, ref F88352. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

22 September 2005

  • Television news report: the World Health Organisation warns of the growing AIDS issue in the Pacific (New Zealand). Interviewees include Dr Bernard Fabre-Teste, Rachel Le Mesurier and Dr Mark Jacobs. One news, ref F89489. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

5 October 2005

  • Television news reports: Justin Dalley is found not guilty of criminal nuisance (Wellington). One news, ref F89515 and TV3 news, ref F89517. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision (1)

21 October 2005

  • Television news report: Fa'afafine call for a greater voice in the fight against AIDS (New Zealand). Interviewee Edward Cowley. TV3 news, ref F89550. Link: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

25 October 2005

  • Television news reports: HIV/AIDS is high on the agenda at the Pacific Forum (New Zealand). One news, ref F89556 and TV3 news, ref F89558. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision (1)

26 October 2005

  • Television news report: New Zealand on track for its highest rate of HIV infection (New Zealand). Interviewees include Jay Bennie, Michael Stevens and Tony Hughes. One news, ref F89559. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

27 October 2005

  • Television documentary: Tuberculosis AIDS (New Zealand). Investigating AIDS in South Africa. Ref F194293. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

14 November 2005

  • Television news reports: a British man who is HIV+ has been told he no longer has the virus (New Zealand). Interviewees include Andrew Stimson, Patrick Dixon and Genevieve Clark. One news, ref F89597 and TV3 news, ref F89599. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision (1)

7 March 2006

  • Television news report: HIV+ diagnoses are increasing (New Zealand). Interviewees include Damien Moore and Rachael Le Mesurier. TV3 news, ref F92169. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

14 March 2006

  • Television news report: Christchurch scientist says there is evidence that homosexuality is genetic (New Zealand). Interviewees include Frank Sin,Jack Heinemann and Steve Attwood. One news, ref F92184. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

17 April 2006

19 April 2006

  • Television news report: New Zealand money helping Papua New Guinea to combat AIDS (New Zealand). One news, ref F92248. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

28 May 2006

  • Television news report: the origins of AIDS (New Zealand). A news report that says HIV originally came from chimps. One news, ref F93327. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

5 June 2006

  • Television news report: 25th anniversary of the first CDC report on AIDS (New Zealand). TV3 news, ref F93401. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

17 June 2006

  • Television news report: New Zealanders being denied access to pain relieving drugs (New Zealand). Interviewees include Jonathan Smith, Rachael Le Mesurier, Dr Pippa Mackay and Peter Moodie. TV3 news, ref F93675. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

9 July 2006

  • Television news report: 20th anniversary of homosexual law reform (New Zealand). Interviewees include David Hindley, Fran Wilde and Metiria Turei. One news, ref F93717. Link: Nga Taonga Sound and Vision

30 August 2006

2 December 2006

2007

  • Television commercial: Love is always using a condom (New Zealand). New Zealand AIDS Foundation advert, ref: C25279. Link: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

3 January 2007

  • Television current affairs: a Vanuatu radio show that talks about sex and HIV (worldwide). TV3 News, ref F96881. Link: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

25 February 2007

  • Television news report: Gambian President Yahya Jammeh claims to have found a cure for HIV/AIDS TV3 news, ref F97881. Link: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

18 March 2007

  • Television news report: two new HIV drugs are available in New Zealand (New Zealand). Interviewees include Dr Richard Meech, Rachael Le Mesurier and Dr Nigel Dickson. TV3 news, ref F98423. Link: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

15 September 2008

2 June 2009

  • Television feature: interview with Marama Pala from INA (New Zealand). Warrant of Fitness, ref F115058. Link: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

25 September 2009

  • Television news report: breakthrough in stopping the spread of HIV (New Zealand). Nightline, ref F195226. Link: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

30 November 2009

  • Television news report: Glen Mills dies while in remand (Auckland). Interviewee Bruce Kilmister. One News, ref F194982. Link: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

5 July 2010

  • Television current affairs: where is the support for people living with AIDS in Papua New Guinea? Native Affairs, ref F200347. Link: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

22 November 2010

  • Television news report: Pope Benedict XVI suggests condoms can be a means of preventing HIV transmission (worldwide). Interviewees include Austen Ivereigh and Jason Warriner. TV3 news, ref F203361. One News, ref F203085. Links: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision, Nga Taonga Sound & Vision

12 January 2011

  • Television news report: Condemnation of Cook Island's treatment of a worker who is HIV+ (New Zealand). Features interviews with Patrick Holmes and Dr Jason Myers. One news, ref F203457. Links: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision, University of Auckland

13 January 2011

13 February 2011

  • Television news report: the leaders of the two main political parties attend Big Gay Out (New Zealand). Features PM John Key, Phil Goff, and Jordan Harris from the New Zealand AIDS Foundation. TV3 news, ref F206698. Links: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision, University of Auckland

4 March 2012

14 May 2012

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