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Saturday 11 April 2015


10th April 2015   New Zealand Daily News
Feedback on the Gay Auckland Business Association’s Constitutional Review closes today. Among the suggested changes are changing the language in the group’s constitution from “gay business people” to “GLBTI community... Read more

9th April 2015   New Zealand Daily News
A service to commemorate the life of longtime New Zealand AIDS Foundation librarian Vern Keller will take place in Auckland this Saturday. Keller died suddenly at home over the weekend.... Read more

8th April 2015   New Zealand Daily News
A fundraising page has been set up to cover the funeral costs of a single gay man who is losing his battle with cancer. You can make a donation here... Read more

7th April 2015   New Zealand Daily News
Vern Keller, the long-serving NZ AIDS Foundation librarian and researcher who died suddenly at the weekend is being remembered for his professionalism, skill and sense of humour. “Vern will always... Read more

6th April 2015   New Zealand Daily News
Vern Keller, the long-serving librarian and researcher at the NZ AIDS Foundation, has died suddenly at his Auckland home. Keller, in his mid-50s, was one of the mainstays of the... Read more

5th April 2015   New Zealand Daily News
RainbowYOUTH’s peer-support group facilitators have taken part in a two day hui to develop and strengthen their skills and strategies. Thirteen young people attended the gathering last weekend, representing RainbowYOUTH... Read more

3rd April 2015   New Zealand Daily News
An ex-youth and family court judge who tried to convince MPs that gay parents were more likely than other parents to kill their own children has died. Judge Michael (Mick)... Read more

3rd April 2015   New Zealand Daily News
The Warehouse has directed John Sands to remove greeting cards which read “Oh look! A tranny-saurus!” from the shelves of all its stores. Lawyer and TransAdvocates member Kelly Ellis complained... Read more

2nd April 2015   New Zealand Daily News
Christchurch youth group Q-topia is looking for volunteers to join its board. It’s seeking people who have a community focus, great ideas and a desire to see the young people... Read more

2nd April 2015   New Zealand Daily News
The first standard in the world to help businesses and organisations create an inclusive workplace has been published by Standards New Zealand. Acting Standards NZ Chief Executive, Michelle Wessing, says... Read more