Auckland

An evening of poetry with essa may ranapiri and friends – 25 June 2020 – Auckland

An evening of poetry with essa may ranapiri and friends – 25 June 2020 – Auckland

Join essa may ranapiri with fellow poets Te Inuwai Nathan, Simone Kaho and Dr Tāwhanga Nopera for an intimate poetry reading at Gus Fisher Gallery. This event is part of the exhibition Queer Algorithms (extended until June 27), which brings together local and international artists from the LGBTQIA+ community who are in the process of […]

Workshop: An introduction to web development – 27 June 2020 – Auckland

Workshop: An introduction to web development – 27 June 2020 – Auckland

Learn the basics of web development in this free hands-on workshop led by web developers Jessica Morgan and Kimmi Rindel. They will be covering key foundational concepts in computer programming and web development using HTML, CSS and JavaScript. This workshop is open to all, but specifically an opportunity for members of the queer community who […]

OUTLine AGM 2020 – 24 June 2020

OUTLine AGM 2020 – 24 June 2020

The OUTLine 2020 AGM will be held via zoom on Wednesday 24th June, 6-8pm. They invite friends, whānau and members of OUTLine to attend their Annual General Meeting, a time to celebrate the organisation’s achievements and the mahi of the team + make decisions about the future of the organisation. At this meeting the election […]

Rainbow Youth AGM – 20 June 2020 – Auckland

Rainbow Youth AGM – 20 June 2020 – Auckland

RainbowYouth is inviting all RainbowYOUTH members, friends, whānau and community professionals to attend their Annual General Meeting 2020 at their Auckland Centre or online by Zoom. The AGM is a chance for our whānau to celebrate and reflect on the hard work our staff, board, volunteers, and members have put into the past 12 months! […]

Support Q Theatre

Q wouldn’t be Q without the amazing whānau that grace their stages with their creativity. Q want to get back to hosting these amazing people as soon as possible but they need our help to get there. As Auckland Pride tweeted Q has a long relationship with Auckland Pride and the Pride festival. Show your […]

Headquarters Viaduct have many Friends in the Rainbow Community

Headquarters Viaduct have many Friends in the Rainbow Community

Headquarters Viaduct continues to defend the delete posted and has now confirmed they have many friends in the rainbow community. The owner clearly has some issues with the current government, the NZ Media, and a large number of people in New Zealand. They do however believe some overseas media and are clearly experts. To quote […]

Facebook Homophobic Rant – HeadQuarters Viaduct, Auckland

Facebook Homophobic Rant – HeadQuarters Viaduct, Auckland

In a deleted post on Facebook HeadQuarters Viaduct page, a claim was made that South Korea’s outbreak wasn’t caused by bars like his, but rather by “gay dungeon bars”. While we can’t attribute it to Leo Molloy the owner many have noted that it definitely seems to be typical of his style. Funny that the […]

RNZ: Strong Pacific voice at pride march

An estimated 7000 people took part in the Auckland pride march on Saturday 8th Feb including a strong Pacific presence. Now called OurMarch, the event focussed on inequities still experienced in the rainbow community around New Zealand and the Pacific. Read the full story on RNZ

Auckland Pride Decision Supported at SGM

The Auckland Pride Board survived a no-confidence vote at the Thursday SGM by 52 votes (325 against, 273 for). The result means the board remains, however, highlights the major divisions which remain. One the positives of this discussion is the visibility of issues been faced by marginalised groups in Rainbow Communities has increased. Now the […]

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