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Monday 08 February 2016


8th February 2016   International News
A French man is having prison time for tweeting an anti-gay death threat to the openly gay deputy mayor of Paris.   The 31 year-old man, Tarek Laboun, is accused... Read more

7th February 2016   New Zealand Daily News
No Pride in Prisons say if police are in fact marching in the parade, as reported by GayNZ.com Daily News in late January, then they will be going ahead with... Read more

6th February 2016   International News
A man who gives advice to young LGBTI is the most recent person to be punished under Russian’s “gay propaganda” law. Sergei Alekseenko , the director of LGBTI support and... Read more

6th February 2016   New Zealand Daily News
Stephen Bowness will perform for the last time as the conductor of GALS at the upcoming Out and Loud Festival. A part of the GALS family for 15 years, Bowness... Read more

5th February 2016   New Zealand Daily News
The NZAF has confirmed that tourists traveling to New Zealand can not be turned away for being HIV positive. Shaun Robinson, Executive Director of NZAF says the recent incident, in... Read more

5th February 2016   New Zealand Daily News
DB Breweries have apologised for an Old Mout Cider advertisement that many in the LGBTI community have said portrays trans women as liars. When questions were put forward to the... Read more

5th February 2016   New Zealand Daily News
New Zealand beverage company Old Mout Cider has released a promotional video which many in the LGBTI community are saying portrays trans women as liars.   The video released yesterday... Read more

5th February 2016   New Zealand Daily News
The New Zealand branch of global accounting giant KPMG has been awarded Rainbow Tick certification in acknowledgment of its providing a safe and welcoming workplace for its glbti employees. The... Read more

5th February 2016   New Zealand Daily News
More volunteers are needed to help with the Auckland Pride Festival which has begun with a formal event for sponsors and invited guests last evening and a small dawn ceremony... Read more

5th February 2016   New Zealand Daily News
A small, mistimed dawn ceremony has this morning marked the start of the two-week long Auckland Pride Festival. Just under thirty people, including representatives of Pride and the NZ AIDS... Read more