The UK’s first retirement community celebrating LGBT+ people is set to open in London later in 2021 after securing a £5.7 million loan from the Mayor of London.
Keighley introduced razzmatazz to rugby league long before the arrival of Super League and three decades on are still leading the way with innovation.
Holding the 2022 World Cup in Qatar is akin to staging it in apartheid South Africa, according to the new chief executive of Kick It Out.
Jonathan Van Ness has received the coronavirus vaccine in New York after becoming eligible due to him being HIV positive.
The chief of the Secret Intelligence Service, MI6, has issued a public apology for the agency’s past treatment of LGBT+ people.
A Royal Navy veteran has called for all servicemen and women kicked out of the armed forces because of their sexuality to be given a pardon and to have their full pensions restored.
A naval veteran who was kicked out of the armed forces for being bisexual in the 1990s has said he was left stealing from farmers’ fields to survive.
Former military members who were dismissed from service because of their sexuality are now able to reclaim lost medals.
Chelsea duo Pernille Harder and Magda Eriksson have offered support to members of the LGBT community who are struggling to open up about their sexuality.
Ricky Martin will be a spokesman for a foundation that is building a memorial to honour the 49 victims who died during a massacre at a gay nightclub.
SNP MP Joanna Cherry says she would never have got involved in frontline politics if she knew of the "abuse and threats" she would receive from her own party colleagues.
Morecambe’s Yann Songo’o has been charged by the Football Association for allegedly directing a homophobic insult at an opposing player.
Twitter has limited access to a tweet by Turkey’s interior minister who referred to student protesters as “LGBT perverts”.
It has been a difficult year for everyone, but for people within the LGBTQ+ community the past 12 months have also provided some moments of joy.
A new befriending service has been set up by an Aberdeen charity to support the LGBT+ community during the Covid-19 crisis.
The founder of an LGBT+ charity has completed Mount Everest from his home by climbing over 55,000 steps.
The Rainbow flag was raised at Aberdeenshire Council’s headquarters to commemorate LGBT History month.
Strictly Come Dancing’s first same-sex dance is up for the media moment prize at Britain’s biggest LGBT+ awards event.
A creative writing workshop is being held in Aberdeen to mark LGBT history month.
NHS Grampian has been credited with leading the way on promoting LGBT discussions around its hospitals.
Actor Billy Porter has said he is not interested in whether a role is “gay or straight,” only if it interests him.
A support group has been set up to help north-east residents who have been diagnosed as being HIV+.
There is no so-called “gay gene”, but a mix of genetic and non-genetic factors which influence sexual behaviour, scientists have said.
More action is needed to “shape the perceptions” of children watching non-inclusive TV, according to a report.
Two cars used during filming of Top Gear in Brunei have been painted with Pride flags in a protest at the country’s strict anti-LGBT laws.
An LGBT+ charity has made an appeal for funds to ensure it can continue its work in Grampian.
Taylor Swift treated fans to a surprise performance at an historic LGBT landmark in New York City.
Channel 4 has called for better representation of the LGBT community in TV advertising.
Thousands turned out in rainbow colours today to celebrate Aberdeen's second ever Grampian Pride.
A WORLD leader wrote to a city university claiming his decision to bring in new laws to punish gay sex and adultery had been misunderstood.