GAYS HAVE RIGHTS TOO
Posted: Wednesday, February 12, 2014
GAYS HAVE RIGHTS TOO
Roman Catholic priest Fr Stephen Geofroy has spoken up for lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgenders (LGBTs) saying they must not "suffer" for their rights in favour of a majority.
Gay rights in spotlight at reform forum
PRIEST BATS FOR GAYS
Four Charged in Gang Activity
Tight Security at City Court
Tight security as four go to court
4 on gang charges
Dancer defends 'Rolly Polly' performance
Since her performance with Mr Kill@ at last Sunday's International Soca Monarch semi-finals, Fayth Seaton has been on the receiving end of unkind comments by people who questioned her decision to dance with the Grenadian artiste.
AG: Cabinet will decide on rape law
Howai: Funding Atrius will cost Govt at least $1.5b
Plans to sell CLICO portfolios on open market...
Private sector owes T&TEC $72m
Poll 'a nice piece of politicking'
In the Senate
Penny gains new supporters
The group, To Preserve The Balisier (TPTB), has thrown its weight behind People's National Movement (PNM) Lady Vice Chairman, Pennelope Beckles-Robinson
'I'll lead PNM to victory again'
The People's National Movement (PNM), under the leadership of Dr Keith Rowley, has been very successful in three of the four elections held last year
Ojah-Maharaj: Rowley could end racial tension in T&T
PP: No worries on PNM poll
Faris: 10,000 abortions each year
PNM SENATOR Faris Al Rawi yesterday stated there are 10,000 cases of abortions and still births involving teenagers per year
Coming: liquor licences without court
Police: Evidence of military training
$18m Sentinel Security robbery
Judge rules today in Highway case
JUSTICE JAMES Aboud will today rule on whether he will accede to a request by environmental lobbyist Dr Wayne Kublalsingh and the Highway ReRoute Movement
No State $$ for Sparrow show
Promoter: Funding to help offset icon's US medical expenses
Way cleared for lawsuit to go on
The case was filed in the name of Aeden Balwah, 11, by his mother Shelly-Ann Balwah against a private hospital and two doctors, alleging medical negligence during the mother's pregnancy and delivery of her son
Stop the exams
TWO Assistant Superintendents (ASP) from Tobago and North Eastern divisions yesterday served Acting Commissioner of Police (CoP) Stephen Williams with an injunction seeking to stop assessment exams for First Division Officers
GPS company still operational
Murder of Rawle Francis...
Rapist gunned down
A MAN who was the suspect in a murder has been killed by police during a shootout in Claxton Bay yesterday
Duncan Street police post up and running
...but cops have problems with dormitory facilities
Two burnt to death in Guayaguayare
A FORMER murder accused and his uncle were found burnt to death in a van along Guayaguayre Road in Rio Claro yesterday
Quadriplegic weeps in court
MUWASI WILLIAMS on Monday resumed giving evidence in a robbery case in which she was allegedly choked and suffered other injuries which led to her being rendered a quadriplegic
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