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 GLBTI lives: Hahna Briggs
Posted in: Community  18th January 2016
For Queer Support Coordinator at Otago University, Hahna Briggs, coming out and giving back to the community has been a journey that has brought clarity and a passion for change.

 Glbti lives: Allyson Hamblett
Posted in: Community  13th January 2016
Transgender rights advocate Allyson Hamblett is next in line for our summer series profiling our great LGBTI community leaders and change-makers around the country.

 GLBTI lives: Toni Duder
Posted in: Community  9th January 2016
Toni Duder is one of our great young community change-makers, especially through her role as the RainbowYOUTH Communications Manager.

 GLBTI Lives: Grant Robertson
Posted in: Community  8th January 2016
Rainbow Labour MP Grant Robertson is the next up for our series profiling people who have been positively influencing the way we glbti people live our lives.

 Glbti lives: Helen Jacobi
Posted in: Community  4th January 2016
In this summer series profiling LGBTI community advocates and change makers, we chat to ally of the LGBTI community: Rev Helen Jacobi, Vicar of St Matthew-in-the-City.

 Glbti lives: Urzila Carlson and coming out
Posted in: Community  31st December 2015
New Zealand’s favourite lesbian comedian Urzila Carlson gives us the low-down on coming out and her plan to take over the world.

 Journeys through life: Joanna's story
Posted in: Community  25th December 2015
Joannas life has involved remarkable journeys and that wealth of life experience is at the core of a theatre show being prepared for Ak Pride

 Proud To Play is underway
Posted in: Community  6th November 2015
In three months' time Auckland will host its biggest ever glbti multi-sports event and the preparations are going well with eleven sports green-lighted and other organisational aspects falling into place.

 Meet the candidates
Posted in: Community, HIV  22nd October 2015
Four candidates are up for a vacancy on the NZ AIDS Foundation board... here's where you can get to know Tawhanga Nopera, Jason Myers, James Hudson and Jason Cooper.

 Meet: RainbowYOUTH's Morgan Butler
Posted in: Community  5th August 2015
Morgan Butler had an upbringing which offers a unique perspective on culture, family, religion and acceptance, something which is helping the passionate youth worker relate to a wide range of queer and trans youth.

 Obituary: Vern Keller
Posted in: Community  12th April 2015
At work for the NZ AIDS Foundation and in his private live where he was "Uncle Vern to a string of kids, Vern Keller was kind, loyal, generous, and professional.

 Robin Duff: in his own words
Posted in: Community  16th February 2015
Robin Duff is being mourned by many – quite simply because he touched so many lives. He discusses his life, work and the changes he lived through and fought for in an extensive interview with

 Editorial: Another milestone towards glbti equality
Posted in: Community  8th December 2014
History was made at the High Court in Auckland on Friday, and in the Beehive a couple of months ago, with two openly gay men in hither-to unthinkable official public roles.

 A few words before moving on: Jason Myers
Posted in: Community, Health & HIV  11th June 2014
As Jason Myers leaves the NZAF, he muses on the concept of community, and issues a firm challenge.

 Chris Olwage responds
Posted in: Community  19th November 2013
Mr Gay World Chris Olwage responds to a reader's critical letter: "I feel that maybe I have been misinterpreted somewhat. Please allow me the chance to clarify a few points."