11th October 2012
Peter Tatchell blasts the jailing of Barry Thew as ‘excessive’ 110
8:39 PM — Human rights campaigner Peter Tatchell has criticised the 4-month sentence handed down to Barry Threw, who has been jailed for wearing an offensive t-shirt in the aftermath of the deaths of PCs Fiona Bone and Nicola Hughes.
Sydney to host gay rugby cup in 2014
7:37 PM — Sydney has won its bid to host the 2014 Bingham Cup, the world's top gay rugby tournament.
Manchester: Man jailed for mocking the deaths of PC Bone & PC Hughes
4:41 PM — A man from Greater Manchester who wore a t-shirt daubed with offensive comments about the killings of PC Fiona Bone and PC Nicola Hughes has been jailed.
4th October 2012
Manchester: Funeral takes place for lesbian police officer
10:33 AM — The funeral of PC Fiona Bone has taken place at Manchester Cathedral.
3rd October 2012
Manchester: LGF pays tribute to fallen police officers
4:35 PM — Manchester’s Lesbian & Gay Foundation has praised the city’s police service as the funeral of PC Nicola Hughes, who was murdered alongside her lesbian colleague PC Fiona Bone last month, has taken place at Manchester Cathedral.
25th September 2012
Manchester: Vigil for PCs Fiona Bone and Nicola Hughes
10:19 AM — A vigil in memory of PC Fiona Bone, a lesbian police officer who was murdered in Greater Manchester along with her colleague PC Nicola Hughes, is taking place today.
21st September 2012
Manchester: Man charged with killing lesbian PC and her colleague
10:09 AM — A man has been remanded in custody after appearing in court charged with the murders of a lesbian police officer, her colleague and two men in Greater Manchester.
20th September 2012
Manchester: Murdered police officer had been planning civil partnership ceremony
4:36 PM — It’s been revealed that one of the two female Police officers murdered in Greater Manchester earlier this week had been planning a future with the woman she loved and the child she was helping to bring up as her own.
14th September 2012
Disabled man attacked in Manchester’s Gay Village 13
2:07 PM — A 26-year-old man with cerebral palsy says he is now too scared to leave his home after he was attacked in the city’s famous LGBT district.
11th September 2012
Australian PM supports bid to host 2014 gay rugby world cup 13
11:55 AM — Australia’s Prime Minister Julia Gillard has officially given her backing to a bid for the country to host the next Bingham Cup. The cup is named after Mark Bingham, a gay rugby player who died on United Airlines Flight 93 on September 11 2001.
5th September 2012
Comment: Allan Horsfall was the ‘grandfather’ of the UK’s gay rights movement 6
4:17 PM — Peter Tatchell recalls the contribution of LGBT rights pioneer Allan Horsfall, who passed away last month.
25th August 2012
In Photos: Manchester Pride 2012 112
5:24 PM — Manchester saw tens of thousands of people take to the streets to take part in the city's LGBT pride parade, part of a long weekend of celebrations in the Northern city.
14th August 2012
Comment: A strange and unpredictable step back for equality? 198
3:43 PM — Writing for Pinknews.co.uk, Thomas Ingrham asks if some in the gay scene risk undermining the fight for equality through their attitudes towards straight people.
Report on homophobia in schools to be launched in Manchester 5
2:47 PM — The Greater Manchester Prevalence of Homophobia Report 2012 will be launched at the city's Pink Triangle theatre later this month. The pioneering campaign was launched by local associations of the National Union of Teachers to survey members’ views on levels of homophobia in schools.
7th August 2012
Manchester: Nurse convicted of homophobic verbal abuse against policeman 22
1:50 PM — A nurse in Manchester has been convicted of homophobic abusing a policeman as he tried to break up a racially aggravated argument.
21st June 2012
BBC to axe its radio network’s only LGBT programme 49
11:00 AM — The BBC has confirmed it will axe a volunteer-run programme on its Manchester station, the only LGBT-interest programme on its national radio network.
31st May 2012
Manchester to host gay rugby world cup this weekend 6
12:29 PM — Manchester will play host to the Bingham Cup this weekend, where gay and inclusive rugby teams from around the world will compete for the 2012 title.
25th May 2012
HIV charity closure hits North West’s LGBT community 149
12:43 PM — Hundreds of people in Greater Manchester and beyond are now in need of support after a major HIV charity lost more than £1.5million over five years.
12th April 2012
Video: Vote to decide new anti-homophobia campaign ad 17
5:07 PM — The Lesbian & Gay Foundation is appealing for votes to decide which of these eight videos it will use to promote its Enough is Enough campaign against homophobia this year.
2nd April 2012
Gay men warned over dysentery risk 34
11:22 AM — An increase in cases of dysentery caused by shigella infection has been identified among men who have sex with men around the UK, according to preliminary findings from a Health Protection Agency (HPA) investigation published last week.