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A Cape Town woman alleges Crusaders player Richie Mo'unga spat beer at her before inappropriately touching her, in the latest allegations over behaviour of members of the Super Rugby team.
The Minister in charge of the bill which would allow people to easily change the gender marker on their birth certificate says she can't give a timeline for the next steps she will take, despite calls…
Statistics NZ has apologised to LGBTQI communities after its new guidance for sexual identity data collection lumped queer, takatāpui and pansexual people in the same group as paedophiles.
For the first time ever during a universal periodic review, United Nations member states have made specific recommendations for New Zealand to improve the human rights of LGBTQI communities.
In a Twitch stream spanning 58 hours, a British gamer conquered Donkey Kong 64, raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for trans youth and even chatted to US Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
Transgender communities in India are urgently trying to stop the passage of a Bill which purports to protect their rights but they say actually does everything but.
Police cancelled compulsory sexuality and gender identity training two years ago and talk of bringing in new training a year ago has amounted to nothing.
As the debate surrounding the Auckland Pride parade continues to gather steam and rumours spread in all directions, here's a guide to the issues, the history and the decisions that led to the fallout.
The New Zealand Nurses Organisation has accepted the fifth pay offer from their DHB employers. Here's what you need to know.
A woman whose mum was diagnosed with Alzheimer's and denied financial assistance has been left struggling to cover the cost of care.
Animal rights investigators say they found a nightmarish scene of mutilated cows at a Northland dairy farm at the centre of animal abuse allegations.
Protesters gathered outside the US Consulate today urging the government to reunite the families of deported international students.
The church that raised money for a Waikato family poisoned after eating wild boar says it is exploring options about what to do with the remainder of raised funds, following a six-month delay.
An Otago University professor believes he can solve one of the world's great mysteries in just a matter of months.
Countdown is making the move to plastic-free checkouts with 10 supermarkets the first to test the changes, however one critic says the move doesn't go far enough.