30th April 2014
Remembering the Admiral Duncan nail bomb attack 15 years on 10
2:46 PM — The 15th anniversary of the worst homophobic attack to ever occur in Britain will be marked this evening.
13th December 2013
Protests planned for Sunday against reinstatement of Indian gay sex ban 1
5:55 PM — A protest is being organised for Sunday against this week's shock ruling by the Indian Supreme Court to reinstate a ban on gay sex in the country.
26th September 2013
London gay bar invites back man with MS who was denied entry due to his wheelchair 21
6:58 PM — The management of a gay bar in London's Old Compton Street is to apologise to a patron who said he was turned away because he was in a wheelchair, and has admitted the situation was badly handled.
London gay bar denies entry to man with MS because of his wheelchair 22
4:07 PM — A man with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) was denied entry into one of London's gay bars because he is in a wheelchair last night.
30th April 2013
Comment: Remembering the Admiral Duncan nail bomb attack 16
11:50 AM — Tuesday 30 April is the fourteenth anniversary of the nail bomb attack on the Admiral Duncan pub in Soho, central London. In a PinkNews comment piece, first published last year, Mark Healey reminds us why its importance to remember the events of 1999.
29th April 2013
Admiral Duncan pub nail bomb memorial ‘missing’ 8
1:41 PM — The memorial plaque installed to commemorate the victims of a nail bomb at central London pub the Admiral Duncan, has disappeared.
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.
29th October 2012
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.
8th October 2012
London: Hate crime memorial to take place at St Paul’s 7
6:26 PM — An act of remembrance for all of those affected by hate crime will take place at St Paul’s Cathedral in London this Saturday.