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Breaking: High Court rules in favour of LGBT community
Posted: Thursday, April 12, 2018

Breaking: High Court rules in favour of LGBT community
The High Court has ruled it unconstitutional to impede on the rights of homosexual men and anal sex. However, a final ruling will be handed down in three months so as to preserve the need for consent.

Father tracks suspect after son goes missing

Search for missing dad ends in tragedy: Body found

Rivalry, envy at work linked to worker's death

PLOTT: Stop cyber-bullying Kumti
The activist group Powerful Ladies of TT (PLOTT) is calling on the public to leave Kumti Deopersad alone and stop cyberbullying her.

Sports Minister Shamfa attends first assignment

President slams PLOTT 'fake news'
President Paula-Mae Weekes yesterday put to rest claims on social media that she had any role to play in the revocation of the ministerial appointment of Darryl Smith.

Bas calls for new Constitution
Firing of Smith

PNM chooses candidates
Two days after Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar accused Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley of breaking the law by not holding long overdue by-elections, the PNM has announced its two candidates.

President: Michelle-Lee is a 'shero'

Ruling today on buggery law

25-year jail term too lenient for gangsters
Opposition, Independent senators argue

NGC profits up by 37%

Cops say, no phishing law in TT
While the financial benefit to criminals involved in phishing (financial fraud) have increased exponentially as compared to 2016, police are limited to old laws to target those involved.

What's the deal Dillon?
Claims made by Piper's niece Esther Nicholls: ordered by Justice Laura Visitacion-Lewis of the New York Supreme Court to pay back over $100,000 to US seni­or citizen Neville Piper

Young farmer lured to his death
Bebe and a friend went to Malick where he was supposed to collect money owed for produce. However, at 10 pm, he was ambushed and shot dead.

Scarlet Ibis poached again
Although the fine for poaching the scarlet ibis is expected to increase 100 fold, with an additional two year imprisonment, poachers are still going after the national birds

Venezuelan men weep in court: 'We came to help our families'

Fuel problems delay the return of Cedros fishermen
... held last week Thursday by the Guardia Nacional for illegally fishing in Venezuela's territorial waters.

Regrello to intervene in pan dispute

Tearful send-off for Christine
Strangled a week ago

Amputee, 3 others testify against Vicky

Teen tells tale of sex for $$
A 13-year-old secondary school student from the west... went to the Four Roads Police station on Monday and told Child Protection police she was a victim of sexual abuse

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