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$20,000 of funds remaining from the now defunct Wellington International Pride Parade (WIPP) are available to community groups to apply for. “Community groups that were positively involved with WIPP and who continue to benefit the Wellington rainbow community are welcome to apply,” WIPP told YOUR EX in a statement. As...
The NEW Wellington Pride Parade will be part of the Wellington Pride Festival and promises to "bring colour, diversity, celebration, and fabulousness to Wellington!' A Wellington Pride Parade will officially return as part of the Wellington Pride Festival on Saturday 9 March 2024. The new organisers have called a Community Hui...
Last weekend's Wellington International Pride Incorporated (WIPP) AGM heralded the end of an era for the iconic street parade as members vote to dissolve WIPP. In an exclusive statement to YOUR EX, the organisation says, "a new team can now step in and pick up the reigns so that our...
With a date for their 2023 AGM set for the end of this month, the Wellington International Pride Parade Board (WIPP) wants to know whether you think the parade should continue or pack up for good. Organised for Sunday 30 July, WIPP's AGM will not be a public event as...
In 2020, the Wellington International Pride Parade (WIPP) was New Zealand’s biggest rainbow event. Drawing 50,000 onlookers, it was attended by the Deputy Prime Minister, Governor General, and Police Commissioner, but is yet to happen again since. With its Co-Chair refusing to answer questions and a lack of communication...
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...

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