Mary in the Media

  Mary is helping  Lifeline Aotearoa  raise more money for their 0800 number. Please visit  www.the72club.co.nz  to donate to this great cause. No one should have to suffer in silence. We all deserve to be heard. Mary spoke to the NZ Herald about her journey with #LifeLineNZ - click  here  to read the story.   

Mary is helping Lifeline Aotearoa raise more money for their 0800 number. Please visit www.the72club.co.nz to donate to this great cause. No one should have to suffer in silence. We all deserve to be heard. Mary spoke to the NZ Herald about her journey with #LifeLineNZ - click here to read the story. 

 TVNZ Re:news

TVNZ Re:news

Re:news

Mary is a gender rights advocate fighting for change and education in Aotearoa.

 Image credit Daily Telegraph

Image credit Daily Telegraph

Manukau Courier: Opinion

"Why do people pass judgement and air their prejudices about people they don't know?"

 Image Credit: Simon O'Connor/STUFF

Image Credit: Simon O'Connor/STUFF

Taranaki Daily News

Being different once caused pain and bullying for Taranaki-born  Mary Haddock-Staniland, but now it's a great asset.

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Image Film360

Manukau Courier: Opinion

Gender diversity is an area that still needs our attention...              

 Image credit Bauer Media

Image credit Bauer Media

Stuff.co.nz

Mary Haddock-Staniland took to Snapchat because she's "had a gutsful" of bigotry.                                                                      

 Image Weddings Magazine

Image Weddings Magazine

Weddings Magazine

Weddings Magazine talks to Mary about her role of MC at multiple weddings and events.

 Photo / Dean Purcell for NZ Herald

Photo / Dean Purcell for NZ Herald

NZ Herald

Mary Haddock-Staniland discusses how Lifeline helped her out of a dark time.

 Image: Krispy Kreme

Image: Krispy Kreme

Manukau Courier: Opinion

"Why has Krispy Kreme opened their first store in this country in Manukau?"

 Image credit Maori TV

Image credit Maori TV

Maori TV

Mary on Maori TV talking about Countdown Supermarkets and their new transgender policy. Scroll to 13:06"
 

 Image credit Pacific Magazines

Image credit Pacific Magazines

Mary and her identical twin

One played rugby and the other went to ballet classes: Meet the identical twins who grew up as brothers but are now a proud pigeon pair after one became a WOMAN...

 Photo by JoyFM

Photo by JoyFM

JoyFM

Mary talks to JoyFM about life. Visit the JOYFM website below where you can hear Mary’s interview with Leo on Friday Morning Drive Show.

 Photo by Katie Wilson

Photo by Katie Wilson

Matamata Chronicle

Mary Haddock-Staniland talks about bullying while growing up in small town Matamata...

 Image credit Bauer Media

Image credit Bauer Media

Woman's Day

Mary talks exclusively to Woman's Day about her plans to be a mum.

 Photo by Katie Wilson

Photo by Katie Wilson

Farmers changes change rooms

Farmers will introduce gender-neutral changing rooms into its stores.

 Article by Woman's Day

Article by Woman's Day

Woman's Day

Proud Mary gets married to the love of her life!

 

 Image credit Bauer Media

Image credit Bauer Media

Mary goes blonde and gets breasts!

Transgender Personality Mary Haddock-Staniland is recovering from breast augmentation surgery.

 Image credit Acushla O'Meara Photography

Image credit Acushla O'Meara Photography

gayexpress.co.nz

Express talks to Mary Haddock-Staniland, on her thoughts regarding Countdown Supermarkets new transgender policy.