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Tuesday 25 October 2016

 Min. of Health rejects HIV study funding claims
Posted in: New Zealand Daily News, Health & HIV  19th October 2016
The ministry of health has rejected suggestions by sources inside the health sector that denial of funding for the next round of surveys into the sexual behaviours of men at risk of contracting HIV is a flow-on effect from its head office refurbishment cost blow-out and recent loss of senior staff.

 Changing tactics for changing times
Posted in: Health & HIV, Features  18th October 2016
The NZAF is about to move away from its Love Your Condom HIV prevention campaign to a core message progressively and publicly embracing condom alternatives - but is the government helping or hindering?

 HIV prevention: Groping in the dark
Posted in: Health & HIV  5th October 2016
At one of the most difficult periods of the fight against resurgent HIV in New Zealand the Ministry of Health has effectively blinded the NZ AIDS Foundation to what is underlying the changing epidemic.

 HIV prevention: It's time for a change
Posted in: Health & HIV, Our Communities  29th September 2016
Year by year there are more and more gay and bi men being diagnosed with HIV, it's reached record levels. What's the new boss of the NZAF going to do about it?

 Leading from the head and the heart
Posted in: Health & HIV, Community  28th September 2016
The first gay man to head the NZ AIDS Foundation in fifteen years talks about how his sexuality is integral to how he sees his job and the work ahead.

 Truvada and Access: A Further Update
Posted in: Health & HIV  15th September 2016

 PrEP in New Zealand: Update
Posted in: HIV  5th September 2016
What is the current status of post-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) in New Zealand?

 PrEP and Medicine Regulation
Posted in: Health & HIV  22nd August 2016
In the United Kingdom and Australia, the vexed question of Truvada/PrEP access has become a fraught and complex issue. Let's clarify it in this article.

 Truvada and Pharmac
Posted in: Health & HIV  4th June 2016

 Truvada in New Zealand
Posted in: HIV  1st June 2016
Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) has been making inroads elsewhere in the western world. What is the New Zealand situation, however?

 "Thank you Shaun"
Posted in: Health & HIV, Features  25th May 2016
David Friar, Chair of the NZ AIDS Foundation, publicly thanks the organisation's just-departed Executive Director Shaun Robertson for his "outstanding contribution" to the fight against the HIV epidemic...

 Looking back and looking forward
Posted in: Health & HIV, Features  22nd May 2016
Departed NZAF boss Shaun Robinson looks back on his five years at the helm of a once-troubled organisation... and he looks forward to work yet to be done to halt HIV in its tracks.

 Communities and people will end HIV in NZ
Posted in: HIV  17th May 2016
In his final speech for the annual Candlelight Memorial services the NZAF's Shaun Robinson urged our glbti communities to draw on our experience of loss and work together to end the HIV epidemic.

 Opinion: Chemwreck
Posted in: Safe Sex  16th January 2016
In December 2015's Attitude, there was a sobering section on chemsex and HIV/AIDS in the United Kingdom. What can we learn from it?

 Dealing with stress and loneliness this silly season
Posted in: Living Well  24th December 2015
The holiday period can be a difficult time for many people in LGBTI communities, OUTLine has some advice for best dealing with seasonal stress, loneliness and relationship issues during the silly season.