NZ Falcons are going to Amsterdam to represent New Zealand at the Bingham Cup and have created a Give A Little Campaign. The Bingham Cup is a biannual International competition. This is where almost 80 gay-inclusive rugby teams from around the world participate to win the Bingham Cup. This is well and truly the Gay […]
On facebook the NZ Falcons RFC announced that the sponsorship deal with Russell McVeagh was terminated following the recent sexual harassment claims at the law firm.
The leading law firm has announced it has signed on as a sponsor of the NZ Falcons RFC, a gay and inclusive rugby club which aims to enable players to come together to participate and enjoy rugby in an open and supportive environment. Russell McVeagh HR Director Lesley Elvidge says the firm has been supporting […]
By PaddyBriggs (Own work) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons Radio NZ has reported that Amy Ross and her partner were subject to homophobic abuse and more by a group of men aged mostly in their 30’s and 40’s. Amy Ross was reporting as saying New Zealand Cricket had responded to the situation well. Its public […]
NZ Falcons RFC is an inclusive club with the goal of enabling players to come together to participate and enjoy rugby in an open and supportive environment. Discover the history of NZ falcons on their website, discover where they play & train in Auckland. This week Max Towers (The Wireless) published “An oral history of […]
The Out on the Fields study has generated a lot of news publicity within New Zealand and internationally. Radio NZ reported that “Labour MP Louisa Wall – a former national netball and rugby player – is urging the New Zealand Rugby Union (NZRU) to lead by example and adopt an anti-homophobia policy” in a story […]
Some of the region’s very best food and wine – along with legendary parties and fun times – will showcase Queenstown at its best during DNA Gay Ski Week QT later this year – 29 August to 5 September 2015. A fabulous and exclusive culinary taste-fest is on the menu during the week for the […]
The world’s first international study on homophobia in sport has found gay men in New Zealand were the most likely to play team sports in their youth and more likely than gay men in any other country to play rugby union (30%). However, Kiwi gay men were also the most likely to keep their sexuality […]