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Cartier Trust Closes

Cartier Trust Closes

After 16 years, Karen Ritchie, the founder of the Cartier trust, announced that the Cartier trust would be closed. She explained to Express “Fortunately, today not many people are dying from HIV and as a result, the need for the Cartier Trust is reducing.” The trust was established in the memory of much-loved drag artist […]

Wellington Lesbian Radio – 17 June 2018

Wellington Lesbian Radio – 17 June 2018

Prue on Wellington Lesbian Radio. Listen to the show – click here The weekly Lesbian Radio Show is broadcast on Sundays, 10 – 11 am, on Wellington Access Radio 106.1 FM. Or listen to the live broadcast of the programme online on Sunday mornings – go to the Access Radio website and click on the […]

Flat Out Pride – 15 June 2018

Flat Out Pride – 15 June 2018

Missed listening live to Flat Out Pride on FreeFM98 Hamilton then check the latest program with the link below. Download or listen to the latest episode here. This weeks episode includes: KrysAlys & Ladi H on your FLAT OUT PRIDE show for another week of Rainbowness. Today’s show is Out and Proud stories from across […]

Leitis in Waiting – Tonga

Leitis in Waiting is the story of Joey Mataele and the Tonga leitis, an intrepid group of native transgender women fighting a rising tide of religious fundamentalism and intolerance in their South Pacific Kingdom. The film follows Joey, a devout Catholic of noble descent, as she organizes an exuberant beauty pageant presided over by a […]

Stuff: Transgender Pasifika Women Tells Her Story

Stuff: Transgender Pasifika Women Tells Her Story

Torranice Campel of South Auckland, an Oranga Tamariki social worker, provides support to young transgender women and is a proud advocate of the LGBTQ+ community. She tells Stuff reporter Marlene Singh her story of when she was six-year-old boy that she was not born in the right body. “At school, I was fascinated by this […]

Rainbow Dinner And Auction With Helen Clark – 9 September 2018

Rainbow Dinner And Auction With Helen Clark – 9 September 2018

Helen Clark is confirmed to be the guest speaker at the Rainbow Dinner and Auction fundraiser to be held Sunday 9 September at the Cordis Hotel (formally Langham). This is the first fundraising event the Trust has held for two years and is a key part of the change early this year when the GABA […]

Richard Todd To Leave Express

Richard Todd To Leave Express

After 27 years Richard Todd is leaving Express at the end of June. Starting back in 1991 as part of the team (with Jay Bennie who then left in 2001 to found gaynz.com) behind Man to Man which then became Express Todd is now finally stepping aside with a new team taking over Express publication. […]

Fiona Clark: Living With AIDS (1988)

Fiona Clark: Living With AIDS (1988)

Living with AIDS (1988) published this year by Michael Lett is a suite of three books. The books are a facsimile of seminal photo albums produced by Clark in 1988. They were first exhibited at the Dowse Art Museum and are now in the collection of Te Papa Tongarewa. The publication includes an essay by […]

Sport and Recreation Minister Grant Robertson – Pleased With Response to Folau

Sport and Recreation Minister Grant Robertson – Pleased With Response to Folau

Grant Robertson, Sport & Recreation Minister was reported in the NZ Herald as been pleased with the response to Folau’s recent comments. NZ Herald reported him as follows: As a gay man who played rugby at the community level, Robertson was encouraged by the public’s reaction to Instagram comments from Wallabies fullback Israel Folau that […]

Bingham Cup Results

Bingham Cup Results

The NZFalcons players at Bingham Cup Amsterdam combined with the Sydney Convicts tier 3 players to form the Southern Hemisphere Baa Baas. Results: Southern BaaBaas 12-13 Brighton Sea Serpents Southern BaaBaas 17-0 Portland Lumberjacks Southern BaaBaas 0-35 Les Coqs Festifs Bingham Cup Winners 2018: Sydney Convicts.


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