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Wednesday 14 April 2010

 Music review: Gabriella Cilmi's Ten
Posted in: Music  28th March 2010
Music reviewer Andy G finds Gabriella Cilmi's Ten "is a strong and extremely polished album that for the most part is firmly rooted in the 80s".

 Allegations surround Kiwi's loss to Aussie
Posted in: New Zealand Daily News, Events  26th March 2010
Allegations that skullduggery saw a New Zealander miss out on winning an Aussie-run Bear contest are being downplayed.

 Film Review: A Single Man
Posted in: Movies, Blogger Zone  24th March 2010
BAFTA winning gay-themed movie A Single Man will preview here next month. Craig Young offers an idea of what to expect.

 Aroha Festival Video Highlights
Posted in: Events  22nd March 2010
GayNZ was at Auckland's Aroha Day where hundreds of people enjoyed the free entertainment. Thanks to for the video.

 Review: Gay lives revealed, in our own words
Posted in: Books  22nd March 2010
Gay and bi New Zealand men tell their own stories with the emphasis on the present and the personal

 Review: Downstage's Pick of the Fringe
Posted in: Performance  19th March 2010
Two popular and very different productions to come out of the recent Wellington fringe festival are now together at Downstage.

 Nine gay/lesbian choirs will harmonise in Auckland
Posted in: Events  15th March 2010
This Easter over 200 gay and lesbian singers will descend on Auckland for the Out and Loud Choral Festival. It's set to be the choral event of the year.

 Review: Mika's Tribal Pop Opera
Posted in: Performance  14th March 2010
"'He certainly knows how to make an entrance,' I laughed as Mika floated down to the ASB Theatre stage on a wire, the Orchestra began and we entered Mika's World."

 Album review: Boyzone's Brother
Posted in: Music  13th March 2010
"The title is a tribute to the late Stephen Gately, and the album sleeve is filled with pictures of the remaining members surrounded by photos of him."

 Kia Ora Aroha!
Posted in: Events  9th March 2010
Auckland's Takataapui native arts and cultural festival starts this Friday with a massive Gala Opening concert at the ASB Theatre. "It's truly a tribal pop opera," explains Mika.