26th March 2015
Indiana Governor declares public health emergency after HIV ‘epidemic’ 3
7:01 PM — The Governor of the US state of Indiana has declared a public health emergency, describing an HIV outbreak as having "reached epidemic proportions".
23rd March 2015
Elizabeth Taylor would be ‘horrified’ at HIV levels in gay men today, granddaughter says 4
7:20 PM — Elizabeth Taylor's granddaughter has said that the late actress and AIDS campaigner would be "horrified" if she saw the modern levels of HIV.
20th March 2015
Watch: Broadway stars reinvent this classic as a raunchy gay showtune 11
8:05 PM — A number of Broadway stars have performed an all-male rendition of 'Cell Block Tango' - and re-invented it as a raunchy, gay showtune.
19th March 2015
‘All Right Now’ bassist Andy Fraser dies at 62 5
11:27 AM — Tributes have been paid to gay musician Andy Fraser, famous for the legendary 1970’s hit All Right Now, whose death was announced yesterday.
13th March 2015
HIV charities ‘deeply concerned’ over allocation of HIV prevention budget 4
2:29 PM — The National AIDS Trust (NAT) has expressed "deep concern" at the Department of Health's new plans for investment in HIV prevention for the next year.
12th March 2015
Exclusive: Government unveils £650k in new HIV spending 20
6:25 PM — The Government has revealed that £800,000 of new money will be spent on HIV prevention, and to reduce the numbers of late diagnoses.
28th February 2015
Mail columnist: NHS shouldn’t fund HIV-preventing drugs 93
7:17 PM — A Daily Mail columnist has claimed that HIV-preventing drugs should not be available on the NHS - because it would "only encourage reckless behaviour".
20th February 2015
Government urged to spend more on HIV prevention 1
7:36 PM — A report by leading HIV charity the National AIDS Trust (NAT), has said not enough money is being spent on HIV prevention to have any impact on new infections.
Researchers hopeful HIV treatment trialled on monkeys may prevent infection 4
1:58 PM — Researchers are hopeful that a treatment for HIV, which appeared capable of blocking infections in monkeys, may work as an effective vaccine against HIV.
18th February 2015
New strain of HIV found in Cuba is twice as agressive as average virus 17
5:48 PM — A new strain of HIV has been found in Cuba, which progresses to AIDS twice as fast as the average strain of the virus.
7th February 2015
Meet the iPhone app that could test you for HIV in 15 minutes 5
3:50 PM — Researches have developed an iPhone app and dongle that can test people for HIV and syphilis - and get results within 15 minutes.
6th February 2015
Comment: Inclusive sex education could have prevented my HIV diagnosis 16
8:03 PM — James Hanson writes for PinkNews in support of policies to make inclusive Sex and Relationship Education compulsory, and reflects on his personal experience of education on such issues.
4th February 2015
Nancy Reagan refused to help Rock Hudson get AIDS treatment 16
7:46 PM — Former First Lady Nancy Reagan ignored a request to help Rock Hudson secure a pioneering AIDS treatment just weeks before he died, it has been revealed.
2nd February 2015
Perez Hilton: Living with Katie Hopkins is like the AIDS crisis 41
6:35 PM — Gossip blogger Perez Hilton has compared living with Katie Hopkins to the AIDS crisis.
31st January 2015
UKIP study wins £10,000 prize at Political Book Awards
2:17 PM — While a study into UKIP won at this year's Political Book Awards, others including the AIDS crisis by Lord Fowler and another by gay MP Chris Bryant were not so successful.
26th January 2015
Bill Gates predicts HIV vaccine in next fifteen years 5
2:38 PM — Microsoft founder Bill Gates has predicted that a vaccine, and new more intensive drugs to combat HIV will be available by 2030.
Mark Ruffalo wins SAG award for AIDS drama The Normal Heart 3
12:51 PM — Actor Mark Ruffalo has been awarded a Screen Actors Guild award, for his role in AIDS drama The Normal Heart.
25th January 2015
Ireland: Gay blood ban ‘likely’ to be relaxed to 12 months 4
12:01 PM — Ireland is likely to relax its permanent ban on gay men giving blood.
15th January 2015
Russell T Davies announces drama based on 1980s AIDS epidemic 6
7:01 PM — As his latest trilogy of work débuts on Channel 4, Russell T Davies is already onto his next project - which tell the story of a group of gay men during the 80s AIDS epidemic.
Men with mental health issues more at risk of HIV 5
2:40 PM — A study reports that gay and bisexual men are more at risk of contracting HIV if they have mental health problems.