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If you have booked flights or accommodation to attend the Wellington International Pride Parade on Saturday 10 April reconsider your plans. Speaking to express Wellington International Pride Parade Board Chairs Heather Henare says "the Board have unanimously agreed to cancel the 2021 Wellington International Pride Parade (WIPP) and focus our...
Managing Director of queer youth charity InsideOUT, Tabby Besley has built her career on helping rainbow young people feel safer in schools. Now InsideOUT has grown and their goals have broadened, Besley and her charity are at the centre of a debate that won’t die down: pride and police. Next...
An Official statement from NZDF states that due to “continued commitment to the COVID19 response OverWatch will not be formally involved in 2021 Pride Events.” Overwatch, the organisation of LGBT+ Regular, Reserve and Civilian members of the NZDF have announced there will be no formal participation from the forces...
All the biggest queer news from the capital brought to you by our new Wellington correspondents Richard Tait and Fraser Shaw. Introducing our new Wellington contributors Richard Tait and Fraser Shaw have been friends for nearly 20 years. They met playing together in a gay touch rugby team that went to...
WIPP 2020
The Wellington International Pride Parade (WIPP) on Saturday 7 March was another huge success in New Zealand's epic 2020 Pride calendar. Photos | Jackie Cooper. 
"There must be 50,000 people here," Governor General Dame Patsy Reddy announced at the Parade's finish line. "Despite representing one,  I have never been surrounded by so many queens," she told onlookers, her nails varnished in rainbow colours. The Wellington International Pride Parade (WIPP) has been another huge success in...
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New Zealand’s six major banks are no longer participating in the Wellington Pride parade. TSB, ASB, Westpac, ANZ, BNZ and Kiwibank which made up The Celebrate Together bank collective have pulled out of tomorrow’s Wellington International Pride Parade. Speaking to express, parade organiser Richard Tait says he is “disappointed” with...
A double-decker bus wrapped in rainbow colours to support the upcoming Wellington International Pride Parade as well as the month-long Pride Festival was launched in Island Bay this week. The pride bus, which is the first-ever bus to be part of the Pride Parade, is a collaborative entry from Greater...

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