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Wednesday 08 April 2009


 Watch NZ's gay history in online TV archive
Posted in: Television  8th April 2009
Several new clips have been added to the NZ On Screen website, showing Hudson & Halls' love story, a coming-of-age drama and some Desperate Remedies.


 Review: Untouchable Girls - The Topp Twins Movie
Posted in: Movies  7th April 2009
"'A love letter to New Zealand' sums the Topp Twins Movie up beautifully. It's an emotional story sent to us from two very exceptional ladies."


 Reviews: Bud is "like nothing you've seen before"
Posted in: Performance  4th April 2009
"Voyeurs will love it. Me? I felt a bit like a peeping tom, unsure if I really should be watching."


 Here's Dynamo Go - download their album free!
Posted in: Music  2nd April 2009
An indie pop band from Hamilton with an out gay lead singer/guitarist is giving away their debut album to download.


 Tamati Coffey: "I'm glad to help Rainbow Youth"
Posted in: Television  31st March 2009
Dancing with the Stars' out gay dancer Tamati Coffey is a favourite to make it to the final show - which is great news for the youth network he's supporting.


 Check out the talent at Family's Speedo Night!
Posted in: Events  30th March 2009
LGBT phone support service OUTLine NZ has been hit by the recession - so it was time for the punters at Family bar to show off their 'stimulus packages'!


 Review: My Fair Lady at the Civic
Posted in: Performance  30th March 2009
"As a gay man it is neither a stretch nor a betrayal to fall in love with a leading lady."


 On stage: Bud at Wellington's BATS Theatre
Posted in: Performance  30th March 2009
What to do with a bunch of venetian blinds and a 1950s homoerotic film?


 Art show turns heads at Dot's Sister
Posted in: Events  27th March 2009
Visit Dorothy's Sister bar on Ponsonby Road soon and you'll see Vera and Doreen as works of art - but watch out for the 'horned man' in the garden!


 Let's talk about Hero
Posted in: Events  25th March 2009
Auckland had a vibrant LGBT Festival this year - but only just. So where do we go to from here? Do we need another Hero?