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With an ‘All We Need Is Love’ theme the Parade will return in February to paint Ponsonby Road rainbow! The Auckland Rainbow Parade will return to bring diversity, unity, respect, celebration, and inclusion on Saturday 15 February 2025 – basking in the glow of Valentine’s Day (14 Feb). Show your support...
Pride Pledge celebrated their 6th birthday last week with the launch of Pride Pledge Certified. More than 200 people attended the Auckland, Wellington and online launches.  Pride Pledge certification is a way for supporting organisations to be accredited as being workplaces, inclusive of Rainbow people, that are actively engaged in...
Auckland is in for a treat this World Pride as URGE Events presents their biggest most-inclusive party ever, taking over three iconic K Road venues on Saturday 29 June! URGE's World Pride party will be the most inclusive event, the brand, known for their 'men's' parties have ever put on. "I...
Family Bar Auckland's main upstairs bar offers drag shows every Friday and Saturday at 1.30am. When you need to chill out on Friday and Saturday nights head out to the back of Saloon Bar to find Secret Garden Bar which opens from 10pm. Once you're cool enough, head down...
K Road’s Eagle Bar is so atmospheric, so naughty and so fun. Our photographer Jasmin captures all the craziness from Eagle Bar Auckland. Photos | Jasmin Sheikh. Eagle Bar, 259 Karangahape Road, Auckland, New Zealand.
Just a few doors down from K Road's Family Bar is everyone’s favourite underground club which welcomes every colour in our LGBTQI+ rainbow – G.A.Y Auckland. Photos | Jasmin Sheikh. G.A.Y Auckland, 262 Karangahape Road.  
K Road's favourite superclub just keeps giving us reasons to go back. For all you karaoke queens out there, every Thursday in June head down to Saloon Bar (one of Family's four bars) for 'Sing Like A Star' a karaoke competition that builds every week to a grand final...
When our government was passing legislation to ban conversion practices in Aotearoa, I heard gruelling stories about the discrimination many rangatahi faced growing up. I want to help change that. Education empowers us to reach our full potential, so we must accelerate the work with schools and teachers to promote...

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