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Thursday 23 October 2014


23rd October 2014   New Zealand Daily News
A noted religious affairs expert says the shunning by Catholic Bishops of the Pope's move to modify the church's stance on gay people highlights tensions around the subject in New... Read more

23rd October 2014   New Zealand Daily News
Christchurch couple Ricki-Mae Paisley and Jessie Smulders have left My Kitchen Rules in a mixture of emotion and humour. After just holding their place on the reality cooking show by... Read more

23rd October 2014   New Zealand Daily News
Sinead O’Connor and Rufus Wainwright have been announced in the line-up for to the 2015 WOMAD festival in New Plymouth next March. Irish musician Sinead O’Connor has released 10 albums... Read more

22nd October 2014   International News
Sri Lanka has, for the first time ever, acknowledged the non-discrimination provisions in its constitution protect people from discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity. The statement... Read more

22nd October 2014   New Zealand Daily News
Former Deputy Prime Minister Michael Cullen says Grant Robertson’s sexuality “is no more relevant as a qualification or disqualification than the fact that John Key Is rich, Helen Clark is... Read more

22nd October 2014   New Zealand Daily News
Gay Ski Week’s organisers are delighted to have been listed among the reasons New Zealand has been ranked the second most gay-friendly place in the world. Lonely Planet has put... Read more

22nd October 2014   New Zealand Daily News
Hamilton Pride has launched its newly-designed website ahead of the 2014 pride week, which begins on 31 October. The team says the new look hamiltonpride.co.nz has taken months of preparation... Read more

22nd October 2014   New Zealand Daily News
A senior political journalist has brought up the irony in New Zealand being ranked the second most gay friendly place in the world, in light of the debate over Labour... Read more

22nd October 2014   International News
Pioneering former Australian Prime Minister Gough Whitlam was champion of gay and lesbian rights. He died yesterday, aged 98. Whitlam was the leader of Labor from 1967 to 1977 and... Read more

21st October 2014   New Zealand Daily News
The organiser of an upcoming panel on lgbti mental health says it won’t be all about ‘gloomy statistics'. "Speakers will also talk about innovative practice with rainbow people,” says Kaye... Read more