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Monday 08 November 2010


 Blake's stand against H8
Posted in: Hall of Fame  28th June 2010
New Zealand Winter Olympian Blake Skjellerup is featuring in the "NOH8" campaign, a movement against California's gay marriage slayer - Proposition 8.


 Waka ama's golden girl
Posted in: Hall of Fame  9th June 2010
Wellington lesbian Eve Tregerthan has paddled her way to a gold medal at the World Waka Ama Sprint Championships in Noumea. Far from retiring, she's now getting ready for the Outgames.


 Blake Skjellerup's story
Posted in: Hall of Fame  30th May 2010
In a piece written for GayNZ.com, New Zealand Winter Olympian Blake Skjellerup shares his coming out story and ponders on how the nation might have reacted if he was an All Black.


 Meet Eric French - Mr. Urge NZ Bear 2010
Posted in: Hall of Fame  18th March 2010
Many manly men entered Urge bar's prized pageant during NZ Bear Week - but there could only be one winner. Lock up your dads as we meet NZ's top teddy.


 Meet Mr. Gay New Zealand!
Posted in: Hall of Fame  5th February 2010
This is 29-year-old Justin Savage, who'll represent Aotearoa in the Worldwide Mr. Gay 2010 pageant, happening in Norway next weekend.


 Meet Westie events planner Cissy Rock
Posted in: Hall of Fame  5th January 2010
"None of it is about making money, its all about creating community and connection. I think that's what makes our events work out here."


 Michael Gray - Mr. Gay Wellington 2010
Posted in: Hall of Fame  8th November 2009
"Though I'm a performer, and have done some intimate things on stage before, it's always slightly daunting getting up in front of gay men in your speedos."


 Meet Jade Doel - Mr. Gay Auckland 2009
Posted in: Hall of Fame  4th November 2009
"Growing up with my Maori culture all around me blessed me with a creative spirit, a unique identity and a diverse outlook on life which I hold deeply."


 Meet Gus Colhado Compoy - Mr. Gay Bay of Plenty
Posted in: Hall of Fame  8th October 2009
26-year-old Brazilian Gus says he loves living in Rotorua: "It's a beautiful place with friendly people."


 Spinning solid gold hits: Murray 'Muzza' Inglis
Posted in: Hall of Fame  29th September 2009
Muzza spends his afternoons happily playing his favourite discs from the swinging '60's and seductive '70's.


 Meet Rye Drummond - Mr. Gay Waikato 2009
Posted in: Hall of Fame  5th September 2009
23-year-old Rye's costumes, charisma and energetic dancing won the audience over at Hamilton's Shine nightclub - so he became Mr. Gay Waikato!


 Peter Taylor, living legend
Posted in: Hall of Fame  15th August 2009
Continuing a life that would exhaust a healthy person, the proprietor of Dorothy's Sister defies the odds to celebrate his unique cafe's 2nd birthday in fine fettle.


 Meet Toni Reid, Rainbow Youth's new Chairperson
Posted in: Hall of Fame  30th June 2009
Toni was 16 when Rainbow Youth visited her school. Eight years later, she's become Chairperson just in time for its exciting 20th anniversary.


 Youngest orchestra conductor Brent John Stewart
Posted in: Hall of Fame  25th June 2009
"Music has an incredible grip on my emotions - it can turn me into a water feature very quickly."


 Mimi Boyz is the Queen of all Queens!
Posted in: Hall of Fame  1st June 2009
Mimi Boyz wowed the crowd at Family bar with her revealing show and won their glam drag contest! We got to know Mimi more intimately...