11th December 2013
Comment: How dare the presenter of a TV show that plugs films and albums promote HIV awareness 19
5:10 PM — PinkNews founder Benjamin Cohen says it was wrong of the BBC to discipline Graham Norton for wearing a red ribbon on his show, especially because guests are often invited on seemingly to promote films, music or other commercial products.
10th December 2013
BBC disciplines Graham Norton for wearing AIDS awareness ribbon on chat show 85
12:08 PM — Graham Norton has been reprimanded by the BBC for wearing an HIV/AIDS awareness ribbon on his Friday night chat show.
6th December 2013
Terrence Higgins Trust: Nelson Mandela stood ‘shoulder to shoulder’ with those living with HIV
12:34 PM — The Acting Chief Executive of Terrence Higgins Trust, Paul Ward, says he was personally inspired by Nelson Mandela’s “compassion” and advocacy when it came to the issue of HIV.
3rd December 2013
Obama announces $100 million initiative to find a cure for HIV 5
12:12 PM — President Barack Obama has announced a $100 million funding initiative by the US National Institutes of Health to find a cure for HIV.
1st December 2013
Comment: World AIDS Day 2013 – the year of personal activism 3
2:36 PM — Tom Hayes, the Editor in Chief of beyondpositive.org writes for PinkNews on rising HIV diagnosis rates, and a need for more community engagement with people who are HIV positive.
David Cameron: This World AIDS Day we must renew our determination to save lives at home and abroad 5
2:21 PM — In his message for World AIDS Day 2013, the Prime Minister David Cameron said we all need to "renew our determination" to saving lives, both at home and abroad.
26th November 2013
Hong Kong: Gay men still highest at risk in ‘record-breaking’ HIV figures
11:29 AM — Hong Kong has released new figures showing a "record-breaking" number of HIV infections, with gay men still highest at risk of contracting the disease this past year.
11th November 2013
David Furnish: The story of AIDS became a message about hope 4
1:38 PM — David Furnish wants people to watch ‘How to Survive a Plague’, a new film about the AIDS epidemic. He says we should never forget those who “stood up and fought” against apathy in the 1980s.
21st October 2013
Ultimate Fighting Championship teams up with HIV awareness charity
7:59 PM — The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), and the Gay and Lesbian Community Center of Souther Nevada (The Center), have teamed up to raise awareness of HIV for people under 30.
Ben Whishaw tipped to play Freddie Mercury in biopic 5
2:03 PM — Queen drummer Roger Taylor has tipped British actor Ben Whishaw to play the role of Freddie Mercury in a biopic about the legendary singer.
16th October 2013
London HIV charity runs fundraising Christmas cookery classes
2:30 PM — London HIV charity The Food Chain is running corporate Christmas cookery classes to raise money for people living with HIV in the capital.
3rd October 2013
Gambia leaves the Commonwealth, days after President told UN that gays want to end human existence 43
9:09 AM — The President of the Gambia, Yahya Jammeh, has said that his country will leave the Commonwealth just days after he told the United Nations General Assembly that gays and those who promote homosexuality want to end human existence.
23rd September 2013
UNAIDS Official: HIV epidemic could be over by 2030 3
4:58 PM — The Deputy Executive Director of UNAIDS, the United Nations' HIV/AIDS agency, says the epidemic could potentially be over by 2030.
22nd September 2013
Canada: HIV-AIDS workers warn that rates of unprotected sex are rising among gay men 40
12:59 PM — HIV-AIDS workers in Winnipeg, Canada have warned that infection rates are on the rise because young gay men are having more unprotected sex, believing they are "invincible" against the deadly virus.
18th September 2013
California court to decide whether gay juror was wrongly dismissed from HIV drug case
3:28 PM — A federal appeals court in San Francisco will today consider whether a constitutional ban on excluding someone from a jury due to race or gender should be extended to cover sexual orientation.
16th September 2013
Behind the Candelabra wins 8 awards at the Creative Arts Emmys 2
4:00 PM — Behind the Candelabra, the film about iconic gay pianist Liberace, has won eight awards at the Creative Arts Emmys - but will it win more at the main Emmys this weekend?
‘The Man Who Couldn’t Catch HIV’ dies of suicide at 66 20
12:57 PM — Stephen Crohn, previously dubbed “The Man Who Can't Catch AIDS” because of his resistance to HIV, has committed suicide.
11th September 2013
Canada: LGBT education co-ordinator targeted with letter encouraging her to ‘repent sins’ 14
12:46 PM — An LGBT education co-ordinator at the AIDS Coalition of Cape Breton, Canada is among several people who have received anonymous, religious letters urging them to "admit" that they are sinners.
9th September 2013
London HIV charity marks 25 years of nutrition services for people living with HIV 2
1:23 PM — London HIV charity The Food Chain is marking 25 years of nutrition services for people living with HIV with a 25km walk.
30th August 2013
Video: Anderson Cooper slams televangelist who said gay men use special rings to infect people with HIV 7
6:19 PM — Openly gay television host Anderson Cooper, has used a segment of his CNN programme to criticise a televangelist who claimed that gay men in San Francisco were purposely spreading HIV using special rings.