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 Candlelight memorial: tributes and memories sought
Posted in: HIV, Features  16th May 2013
This Sunday is the 30th International AIDS Candlelight Memorial. Would you like to share your memories of people you have loved and lost? We are planning a tributes and memories page, which we will run on Sunday.


 Back to normal after World AIDS Day
Posted in: HIV, Features  2nd December 2012
World AIDS Day has come and gone. We can get back to normal. But normal for many men with HIV is, financially and medically, pretty rough. Can you spare a few dollars?


 HIV Takes Over
Posted in: HIV  1st December 2012
Southland high school student Huntah Calder has put some serious effort into researching HIV. He shares his findings here.


 Anal cancer added to list of HIV-related afflictions
Posted in: New Zealand Daily News, HIV  25th November 2012
Yet another medical malady, anal cancer, looks set to be added to the problems beginning to afflict people who are long-term survivors of HIV infection.


 Why are we still dealing with this shit?
Posted in: HIV, Blogger Zone, Features  15th May 2012
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you would have noticed the scandalous behaviour last week from a childcare centre in Northland. Michael Stevens shares his disgust.


 Body Positive: Providing the final safety net
Posted in: HIV, Health & HIV  8th March 2012
Using their meagre resources HIV peer support organisations help their fellow HIV positive people in need, reaching even into a Thai jail if needed...


 Why is HIV Invisible?
Posted in: HIV, Blogger Zone, Features  1st December 2011
December 1st is World AIDS Day, the UN’s theme this year is “Getting to Zero” but who would know it here in New Zealand? As I write this, I can find zero public notice of the fact.


 Getting to Zero
Posted in: HIV, Blogger Zone, Features  25th November 2011
World AIDS Day is coming up on December 1st, but in many New Zealand cities you’ll see collectors out on the streets bucket-shaking today.


 Facing a lifetime with HIV - pt2
Posted in: HIV, Health & HIV, Features  4th November 2011
At just 20 years old a young gay man struggles to reinvent his life... a life he now learns will forever be infected with HIV.


 Facing a lifetime with HIV - pt1
Posted in: HIV, Features  31st October 2011
Too many of our young gay and bi men continue to contract HIV just when they're starting out on life. Kris tells his story...


 The Glenn Mills case, uncovered - part 2
Posted in: HIV, Features  4th September 2011
In part two of our look behind the scenes of the investigation, the officer in charge of the case reveals some of the even darker claims that emerged from Glenn Mills' shadowy world.


 The Glenn Mills case, uncovered
Posted in: HIV, Features  2nd September 2011
The detective who led the investigation into Glenn Mills has made a series of fresh revelations about the case they were gathering against the man who became known as an 'HIV predator'.


 Six Months In: on a personal note
Posted in: HIV, Features  16th August 2011
New Zealand AIDS Foundation Executive Director Shaun Robinson has passed the six month mark. In the final part of our series, we chat about how he is finding the role.


 Six Months In: where to from here?
Posted in: HIV, Features  12th August 2011
In our second part of a series catching up with NZAF head Shuan Robinson after he has passed six months in the job, we find out what his priorities are and discuss a number of key issues facing the organisation.


 Six Months In: making change
Posted in: HIV, Features  9th August 2011
NZAF Executive Director Shaun Robinson has passed the six month mark. We catch up with him on how he feels he's done so far and what he's focused on heading into the future (Part 1).