1st April 2015
Irish Senator says marriage referendum money better spent on HIV testing 15
5:32 PM — An Irish Senator has claimed it would be better to spend money 'testing for HIV' instead of voting on same-sex marriage
31st March 2015
Elton John among supporters for first HIV-positive Parliamentary Candidate 7
1:05 PM — Sir Elton John and David Furnish are among those who have offered support to a Lib Dem Parliamentary Candidate who revealed he is HIV-positive in an interview last night.
26th March 2015
Alice Nkom: Preventing gay Cameroonians from accessing HIV care violates their human rights 2
7:03 PM — Cameroonian lawyer Alice Nkom says her country will never get on top of its HIV epidemic if it continues to prevent gay citizens from accessing healthcare through repressive laws.
Indiana Governor declares public health emergency after HIV ‘epidemic’ 10
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".
The Coalition’s 2015 LGBT scorecard 25
6:48 PM — With the general election just a matter of weeks away, PinkNews looks back at the Coalition’s record of delivery for the LGBT community and assesses where improvements could have been made.
David Cameron apologises over HIV and hep C infected blood scandal 2
10:36 AM — Prime Minister David Cameron has apologised over a report which revealed that hundreds of people were given blood infected with HIV and hepatitis C.
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.
Nick Clegg: Leave Nigel Farage’s kids out of anti-UKIP demonstrations 174
6:43 PM — Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg has criticised the intimidation of Nigel Farage's wife and kids during anti-UKIP demonstrations.
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.
10th March 2015
Malawi Health Minister: No plans to drop anti-gay laws 36
4:02 PM — Malawi will not change its laws against homosexuality, the country’s Health Minister says.
9th March 2015
Research shows 1 in 5 gay and bi teens have been bullied by a teacher 15
11:10 AM — Shocking new research from the National Aids Trust (NAT) finds that more than a quarter of gay and bi young men don't know how HIV is transmitted, and over a third of those who had been bullied said they had been by a teacher or adult.
5th March 2015
Zimbabwean Government hostility towards gays thwarting battle against HIV 6
6:33 PM — The Zimbabwean Government’s hostility towards gay people is hampering the country’s ability to tackle HIV, a leading gay rights campaigner has warned.
2nd March 2015
Study shows no HIV transmissions between serodiscordant couples 9
7:08 PM — The interim results of a study into sero-discordant relationships has shown zero HIV transmissions between men in such couples.
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
US: New York man who lied about HIV won’t face felony charge 9
7:40 PM — A New York court has ruled that a man who knowingly exposed his partner to HIV should not face a felony charge.
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.