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December 2009

  • 1st December 2009

    Stephen Gately is hottest topic on Google’s search list 2

    Stephen Gately's name was the search term of the year

    2:44 PM — Stephen Gately, the Boyzone star who died last month, was the hottest topic on Google's UK site this year. Google released its annual top search lists yesterday and Gately's death also featured ninth in the web company's top ten news search.

  • Trial begins over gay man stabbed to death in London

    The trial is being heard at the Old Bailey

    12:49 PM — The trial of a man accused of attacking a gay couple with a knife has begun. David Kilcullen, 46, is accused of the fatal stabbing of Gerry Edwards, 59, and the attack on his partner, 56-year-old Chris Bevan. The couple lived in Bromley, south-east London.

  • Last-minute ruling halts first Latin American gay wedding 11

    The couple planned to go to the registry office today

    12:15 PM — A gay couple in Buenos Aires, Argentina, have had their wedding halted after a judge intervened at the last minute. Jose Maria Di Bello and partner Alex Freyre planned to marry today on World AIDS Day after Judge Gabriela Seijas ruled last month that the ban on gay marriage violated Argentina's constitution.

  • World AIDS Day: This year’s biggest HIV and AIDS news stories 4

    World AIDS Day is today

    11:49 AM — Today is World AIDS Day. The event is held to raise awareness of the disease, remember those who have died and support those living with it. PinkNews.co.uk has produced a round-up of the biggest HIV and AIDS news stories from the last year.

  • Gay couples ‘barred’ from Top Gear audience 55

    The BBC said the split was to make sure there were enough women

    11:23 AM — A gay couple have accused the BBC of discrimination after they were barred from attending a recording of Top Gear. Simon Reeves, 26, said he and his partner were barred because of bizarre rules that stipulate bookings must consist of equal numbers of men and women.

  • Tories to reward couples in marriages and civil partnerships 97

    David Cameron said couples in marriages and civil partnerships would be rewarded

    11:10 AM — Conservative leader David Cameron signalled yesterday that civil partnerships would be rewarded in the same way as marriages. He said that the Tories would change the tax system in order to give benefits to those in relationships recognised by the state.

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