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Wednesday 08 October 2008


 GayNZ.com Quick Quiz: The TV shows
Posted in: Television  18th September 2008
Ten quick questions to test your knowledge about gays on telly. How many you can answer correctly?


 Review: Whero's New Net at the Herald Theatre
Posted in: Performance  14th September 2008
"The guffaws, intermittent applause, and overwhelming ovation at the end of the evening proved that Whero's New Net hit the mark."


 Review: The Boy From Oz shows local talent
Posted in: Performance  12th September 2008
It's not on the giant scale of Priscilla, but the Auckland Music Theatre's camp new show is still a great night out. Who needs a big bus anyway?


 "Two yodelling lesbians from Huntly" get top honour
Posted in: Music, Blogger Zone  11th September 2008
Camp Mother and Camp Leader were inducted into the New Zealand Music Hall of Fame at the APRA Silver Scroll Awards.


 Matt's off-piste Gay Ski Week wrap-up
Posted in: Events  10th September 2008
He was too uncoordinated to ski well and too cowardly to bungy, but Queenstown's queerest week was still adventurous for GayNZ.com's Matt Akersten.


 A chance to see Chch Through Rainbow Coloured Glasses
Posted in: Movies  10th September 2008
Garden City gays tell tales about growing up and acting out in a film screening in Auckland and Wellington this week.


 Review: Auckland Theatre Company's Blackbird
Posted in: Performance  9th September 2008
When Ray and Una embarked on a relationship, Ray was an adult – but Una was 12. Fifteen years later she's tracked him down. Does she want revenge?


 What's up with NZ's gay media?
Posted in: Television  4th September 2008
TVNZ's Media7 tackles the topic of gay media with panelists Douglas Jenkin, Johnny Givins and Jay Bennie.


 Murder in the Pacific
Posted in: Movies  2nd September 2008
In 2001, John Scott and his partner Greg were brutally murdered in Fiji. This doco on TV3 traces the wider story of the killings and their aftermath.


 Don't miss this Bloc Party
Posted in: Music, Blogger Zone  27th August 2008
As Bloc Party's surprise new album is released online, singer Kele Okereke has opened up about his most recent relationship...