20th December 2012
US: HIV infection rates rise for young gay men — but down for black women. 16
11:28 AM — The US Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has released its latest HIV infection report and young gay men remain a top concern.
12th December 2012
Brighton university cancels screening of AIDS denialist film 26
6:01 PM — The University of Brighton has cancelled the screening of a film which claims the HIV virus does not cause AIDS after a fierce student backlash.
4th December 2012
THT boss: There is not enough money for a high-profile HIV awareness TV campaign 95
1:30 PM — When it comes to raising awareness of HIV/AIDS, Sir Nick Partridge, the chief executive of the Terrence Higgins Trust, says it’s unlikely that a large-scale television campaign will feature again on British screens in today’s tough economic climate.
2nd December 2012
London’s G-A-Y smashes HIV test world record 93
1:08 PM — G-A-Y Bar on London’s Old Compton Street has broken its own Guinness World Record for the highest number of HIV tests to be carried out on World AIDS Day.
30th November 2012
Comment: Let’s repeal the ban on home testing for HIV 10
5:52 PM — Writing for PinkNews.co.uk ahead of World AIDS Day, DrThom Chief Executive Rachel Carrell, says the ban on home HIV testing kits has to be lifted.
29th November 2012
UK: HIV infection rate for gay men at record high 53
12:01 AM — New figures from the Health Protection Agency (HPA) that have been released in National HIV Testing Week and before Saturday’s annual World AIDS Day show that a record number of gay and bisexual men were diagnosed with HIV last year.
22nd November 2012
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.
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.
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.
11th October 2012
Gambian president: I’ve ‘cured’ 68 HIV patients 31
3:39 PM — Gambian President Yahya Jammeh has once again made outspoken remarks about HIV and is repeating claims that he can treat the virus with herbs.
10th October 2012
Lady Gaga donates peace award to the Elton John AIDS Foundation 4
6:26 PM — Lady Gaga has handed the cash she received as part of the LennonOno Grant for Peace award to Sir Elton John's AIDS foundation.
13th September 2012
Poland: HIV infections on the rise for gay men due to ‘risky’ sexual behavior 13
11:00 AM — A study in Poland shows there were 992 new HIV infections reported in the country last year, and that two thirds of those who tested positive for the virus were in the gay community.
5th September 2012
Brighton: AIDS memorial targeted during city’s pride weekend 19
11:28 AM — Brighton’s AIDS memorial was left in a sorry state after it was vandalised during the city’s recent gay pride festival.