23rd November 2012
Comment: What are you waiting for? Get tested! 17
6:17 PM — Writing for PinkNews.co.uk at the start of National HIV Testing Week, Will Harris from the Terrence Higgins Trust says we should all think about taking a test in the run up to World AIDS Day.
22nd November 2012
Uganda postpones court hearing of British gay play producer 1
3:49 PM — A Ugandan court has postponed legal proceedings for British theatre producer David Cecil until next year, his lawyer has said.
Video: David Cameron releases World AIDS Day message 3
12:27 PM — David Cameron says more needs to be done to increase HIV testing and has paid tribute to HIV/AIDS care and prevention workers in his annual World AIDS Day message.
21st November 2012
London: G-A-Y to stage HIV testing event for World AIDS Day 14
1:31 PM — G-A-Y hopes to break last year’s world record for the number of HIV tests carried out in 8 hours as part of next month’s World AIDS Day.
19th November 2012
Boris Johnson announces support for national HIV campaign 47
1:59 PM — London Mayor Boris Johnson is backing a major HIV testing campaign in the run up to World AIDS Day on 1 December.
12th November 2012
UK: Terrence Higgins Trust launches World AIDS Day campaign 11
8:43 PM — HIV and sexual health charity Terrence Higgins Trust is calling on the gay community to get behind its World AIDS Day campaign.
10th November 2012
Brighton: HIV cases on the rise 41
12:21 AM — For the first time ever more than half of all new HIV cases in Brighton and Hove are being attributed to heterosexual men.
7th November 2012
UK: LGF receives safer sex campaign award 4
10:01 PM — The Lesbian & Gay Foundation (LGF) has won an award for its condom initiative.
1st November 2012
Comment: Why it’s vital that gay men test for HIV 167
1:07 AM — Mark Tyson, a community development worker for Yorkshire MESMAC, has welcomed news of this month’s HIV Testing Week for England. In a comment piece for PinkNews.co.uk, he shares his thoughts on the need to increase testing for gay and bisexual men.
29th October 2012
South Africa’s president drops legal case against cartoonist 7
9:28 PM — Jacob Zuma, South Africa’s president, whose position on HIV/AIDS and gay rights has repeatedly been cited by campaigners as holding the country back, has dropped a lawsuit against one of his critics.
Terrence Higgins Trust to launch new HIV testing campaign 101
4:22 PM — England's first National HIV Testing Week will take place next month as part of a strategy designed to tackle high rates of HIV infection among gay and bisexual men.
17th October 2012
UK: National AIDS Trust criticises government over HIV strategy 57
12:40 PM — The National AIDS Trust (NAT) has accused the Department of Health of failing to renew its sexual health and HIV strategy for England, two years after it came to an end.
15th October 2012
UK: HIV helpline service suffers funding cut 45
8:12 PM — The Terrence Higgins Trust says its national HIV telephone helpline service will now operate at reduced hours, following the loss of government funding.
San Francisco: Man sues gay porn company over erection injections 10
6:43 PM — A stage assistant from San Francisco has launched legal action against a gay pornography company after he was allegedly forced to inject performers with a controlled drug to prolong their erections.
9th October 2012
UK: National AIDS Trust celebrates 25th anniversary with special video 38
12:39 PM — The UK’s National AIDS Trust is celebrating its 25th anniversary today with a new campaign film.
5th October 2012
New York: Health officials urge HIV positive men to get vaccinated against meningitis
1:39 PM — The New York City Health Department is advising for vaccinations against meningitis for any man who is HIV positive and has had intimate contact with men met through gay dating sites or in bars since 1 September 2012.
2nd October 2012
Rupert Everett: Why do ‘queens’ want to go and get married in churches? 169
1:33 PM — Rupert Everett has told the Guardian – in another substantial rant – that he remains mystified on why same-sex couples would like to have religious marriage ceremonies.
27th September 2012
New York: HIV positive men at risk over meningitis outbreak 5
7:01 PM — A deadly cluster of bacterial meningitis has erupted among HIV positive gay men in New York City. It's left one person dead in the last month and another in a critical condition – according to the Associated Press.
25th September 2012
Minnesota: Court acquits HIV man in transmission case 16
6:27 PM — The Minnesota Court of Appeals has reversed the conviction of an HIV positive man who was accused of passing the virus to another man through unprotected sex.
21st September 2012
Hertfordshire: Council branded ‘rotten’ over HIV charity decision 15
3:04 PM — Hertfordshire County Council has been placed in Private Eye’s “Rotten Boroughs” section of local authorities over its decision to withdraw funding to the Crescent, an HIV charity based in St Albans.