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Wednesday 08 October 2008

 Pan Pacific HIV conference 'eye-opening and inspirational'
Posted in: HIV  6th September 2008
HIV+ people, educators and support workers from around the Pacific gathered in Auckland last week to discuss the realities of HIV in this part of the world.

 Book review: The Wisdom of Whores
Posted in: HIV, Blogger Zone  26th August 2008
In her new book, journalist and epidemiologist Elizabeth Pisani writes about HIV/AIDS prevention in Third World sex work.

 NZ is advocating human rights to fight HIV
Posted in: HIV  29th June 2008
Nations struggling against HIV epidemics are at least listening to New Zealand's advice, but will they follow through?

 "Eliminate stigma and discrimination" - the Mallard speech
Posted in: HIV  29th June 2008
Cabinet Minister Trevor Mallard's speech on human rights and HIV prevention, to the UN General Assembly on HIV/AIDS.

 How strange life gets
Posted in: HIV, Blogger Zone  8th June 2008
"He asked me if I was OK. I said 'I'm fine thanks'. There was a slight sort of pause, then I said, 'Well, apart from the AIDS thingy'."

 Robin Isaacs Pt2: New drugs and HIV explained
Posted in: HIV  18th May 2008
New drugs are emerging to fight HIV, but why is the virus which infects one more NZer - mostly gay and bi men - every 4 to 5 days, so hard to get rid of?

 Robin Isaacs Pt1: Searching for HIV treatments
Posted in: HIV  16th May 2008
In the USA, a kiwi doctor's experiences of the early HIV epidemic in Auckland underpins his commitment to finding better drugs.

 "Never forget": Maryan Street MP marks Candlelight 2008
Posted in: Features, HIV  15th May 2008
"I think our greatest current concern is our own complacency. Honouring those who have died surely must involve learning from their experiences?"

 Candlelight: A remembrance, and a celebration
Posted in: Events, HIV  13th May 2008
This Sunday across New Zealand and around the world, communities will meet to remember and celebrate the lives of those lost to HIV/AIDS.

 Editorial: Thanks for two jobs well done
Posted in: HIV  9th April 2008
The departure of reporter and comms professional Chris Banks is a sad loss to our glbt communities, which need more people with his passion and skills.

 A new home for Wellington’s Awhina Centre
Posted in: HIV  18th March 2008
"We decided on this space because it had an appealing quality. It's freshly painted and designed just for us."

 Inside the new Burnett Centre
Posted in: HIV  8th March 2008
New and improved! was invited to preview Auckland's relocated HIV testing and support centre.

 Rhys, a young Kiwi with HIV
Posted in: True Stories, HIV  1st December 2007
"I've been open and honest about it. Most of the people I've spoken to have been really good. They realise that I'm still the person I always was."

 Peter Taylor: Looking for solutions
Posted in: HIV  19th November 2007
This high-profile gay AKL personality who's been living with the virus for over two decades is undeniably passionate about HIV.

 Hamish Allardice: "A good listener, an active member"
Posted in: HIV  14th November 2007
Hamish Allardice feels he can make a contribution to the NZ AIDFS Foundation by being elected to its Board.