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Saturday 10 October 2015

 Inside Body Positive
Posted in: Health & HIV  9th October 2015
As Body Positive's board drives changes to the way the organisation operates there is determined opposition to some of what is happening. BP's boss Mark Fisher addresses the allegations...

 Telling the tales of our first lady
Posted in: Books  9th October 2015
The first New Zealander to have full gender reassignment surgery really does have some stories to tell. In her 72 rich years she’s knocked down barriers countless times...

 Comment: Those in Peril on the Land?
Posted in: Comment  8th October 2015
LGBT Syrian refugees face three distinct ordeals- one from the brutal Assad regime in Damascus, one from the ISIS insurgents and another from Hungary's viciously right-wing Fidesz regime if they reach Europe. Let's deal with each in turn.

 Editorial: Farewell Jacqui Stanford
Posted in: Hall of Fame  8th October 2015
Thank you Jacqui for the five years of commitment, energy and passion you have brought to the job of reporting to, from and about our national glbti communities.

 Preview: Hudson & Halls Live!
Posted in: Performance  7th October 2015
Silo theatre is wrapping up for the year, but not without one last spectacular world premiere production to keep you content over the Christmas break, Silo presents; Hudson & Halls Live!

 Body Positive: Taking the Long View
Posted in: HIV  6th October 2015
"Ructions at Body Positive and unhappy members. Where have I seen this before?" Michael Stevens writes.

 P&R: Serco and transgender prisoner safety
Posted in: Comment, Features  5th October 2015
What is Serco, why is it allowed to continue to operate New Zealand prisons despite its lamentable safety record and how does the history of transgender prisoners’ rights fit into this situation?

 Watch: Dropped Pie
Posted in: Movies  3rd October 2015
You might just spy a familiar (bearded) face in web series Dropped Pie! LaQuisha St Redfern features in this series about a new dish which is taking the food world by storm.

 Meet the new elected leaders of OverWatch
Posted in: Our Communities  2nd October 2015
The New Zealand Defence Force OverWatch group have announced a new Chair and Deputy Chair ahead of their AGM on Monday 5 October.

 Comment: The Turnbull question
Posted in: Comment  1st October 2015
Now that Malcolm Turnbull has won power, what has happened to his social and constitutional liberalism?

 It's time to get writing
Posted in: NZ Writing  30th September 2015
Lgbti New Zealanders are being urged to get their creative juices flowing for The Wallace Arts Trust Prize short fiction contest. Short stories on the theme ‘A Kiwi Romance’ are being called for.

 A heartland NZ romance: West of Eden
Posted in: Movies  29th September 2015
A locally-made feature film set in backcountry New Zealand in the 1960s will tell the tale of a forbidden relationship between two men.

 Film preview: Freeheld
Posted in: Movies  27th September 2015
Julianne Moore, Ellen Page and Michael Shannon talk about the much-anticipated upcoming film Freeheld, which is based on a heartbreaking true story.

 Comment: The End of Canada's Conservatives?
Posted in: Comment  25th September 2015
They've governed Canada since February 2006, but even conservative Canadian media outlines suggest that Canada's centre-right Harper administration is ailing. And religious social conservatives are frightened. Canada goes to the polls onOctober 19.

 "Let me show you around Coronation Street"
Posted in: Television  25th September 2015
A visit to the culture-rich UK city of Manchester in 2015 isn't complete without stepping onto the city's most famous cobbles.