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11 August 2011

  • 11th August 2011

    Simon Hughes to sue News International about phone hacking 3

    Simon Hughes already knows his phone was hacked by the News of the World

    10:46 PM — The bisexual deputy-leader of the Liberal Democrats, Simon Hughes, is to sue News International over the hacking of his phone by a private investigator working for the now defunct News of the World.

  • Gay man sexually assaulted and robbed on Hampstead Heath 129

    Police are asking for anyone with information to come forward

    5:26 PM — Police are appealing for information after a gay man was attacked, sexually assaulted and robbed on London's Hampstead Heath. Officers believe the victim may also have been drugged.

  • San Francisco married gay couple lose immigration case 118

    The couple are fighting the ruling

    4:41 PM — A married gay couple in San Francisco who have lived together for nearly 20 years have been told that one must leave the US by August 25th. Bradford Wells and Antony John Makk married seven years ago in Massachusetts. For most of the last 19 years, they have shared a home in the Castro district.

  • Australia’s first gay and lesbian retirement village to be built 18

    The retirement village will be a 'haven' for LGB people, its developer said.

    3:58 PM — Work on Australia's first gay, bisexual and lesbian retirement village is to begin next year. A 120-unit complex is being built in Ballan in Victoria with a croquet lawn, indoor spa and bar.

  • Judge rules Shrien Dewani can be extradited to South Africa for trial

    Shrien Dewani can be extradited to South Africa, a judge ruled

    2:57 PM — A British judge has ruled that millionaire businessman Shrien Dewani can be extradited to South Africa to stand trial over the murder of his wife. Anni Dewani, 29, was shot dead in Cape Town, South Africa, in November during an apparent hijacking. Local police believe her husband arranged for her to be killed by hitmen.

  • Steven Gerrard voted hottest footballer by gay fans 26

    Steven Gerrard was rated the hottest player (Photo: Phillip Chambers)

    12:42 PM — Gay football fans have voted Liverpool and England midfielder Steven Gerrard the hottest premiership player. The Gaydar survey of 4,276 men put Chelsea's Fernando Torres in second place, while teammate Frank Lampard was third.

  • Trial continues over gay school shooting

    Larry King was shot dead by a classmate in 2008

    12:12 PM — The trial of a boy accused of shooting dead a gay classmate has heard that administrators failed to address problems around the victim's clothes and behaviour. Brandon McInerney, who was 14 at the time, is accused of shooting 15-year-old Larry King in the back of the head during a lesson at E.O. Green Junior High School in Oxnard, California, in February 2008.

  • Another gay harassment lawsuit filed in Minnesota 16

    The school district may face more lawsuits

    10:28 AM — Another lawsuit has been filed against a school district in Minnesota, which has been accused of allowing homophobic bullying. Last month, a suit was filed on behalf of five students in the Anoka-Hennepin school district, where a number of LGBT teen suicides have been reported.

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