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Wednesday 16 April 2014


 Preserving our history
Posted in: Our Communities  16th April 2014
Do you have pieces of New Zealand’s lgbti history hiding in your home? Or fresh items which could be history in the future? Rather than letting them gather dust, you could give them to the Lesbian and Gay Archives of New Zealand.


 Labour/Green: The Case for a "clean" coalition
Posted in: Comment  15th April 2014
David Cunliffe has ruled out any pre-election coalition deal with the Greens. Politics and religion commentator Craig Young looks at the situation from a glbti perspective.


 I Am Divine coming to ChCh
Posted in: Movies  14th April 2014
Out Takes is holding a screening of I Am Divine in Christchurch on 4 May to raise money for the southern leg of the event in June. Watch the trailer and find out how to get tickets here.


 Memories of Charles Farthing
Posted in: Hall of Fame  13th April 2014
"The world was a much more special place with you here. You have sadly been taken from us to early but at peace you will look down us all and radiate the world with that wonderful smile."


 Tom Hamilton: A complaint to the NZ Herald
Posted in: Our Communities  11th April 2014
"This morning I was grabbing a coffee before work and had the pleasure of reading the NZ Herald's opinion piece by Bob McCroskie, and that was the start of a ruined day."


 Kevin Hague, on standing up to Colin Craig
Posted in: Comment, Features  11th April 2014
"Allowing Colin Craig to win would have a profound chilling effect on the freedom to speak out and defend our values," Kevin Hague writes in a piece for GayNZ.com.


 Gender 'agenda' confusing children!?
Posted in: Our Communities  11th April 2014
Rainbow Youth's Toni Duder scours a Bob McCoskrie opinion piece in today's Herald for any pearls of wisdom ...


 Comment: Pop!(ulism) and the Conservatives
Posted in: Comment  10th April 2014
Like New Zealand's Conservative Party and previous fundamentalist microparties, other overseas populist parties have branded themselves as "anti-establishment." Can the centre-right work with such parties? It's not good news for LGBT New Zealanders either.


 Caluzzi and Urge cheque handover
Posted in: Our Communities  10th April 2014
At this year’s LYC Big Gay Out, Urge Bar and Caluzzi Cabaret raised $13,551.99 for the NZAF at their Beer Garden and dance tents.


 Locks of love: shaving for a cure
Posted in: Our Communities  10th April 2014
Amara Jean is parting with her lovely locks for Shave For a Cure, but first she is holding a fundraiser concert this Sunday.