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Victory for gay rights
Posted: Friday, April 13, 2018

Victory for gay rights
A victory was scored yesterday for the LGBTQI community, which is now celebrating a landmark Supreme Court ruling which has overturned this country's sodomy law, deeming it unconstitutional.

Activist going for full equality
Gay rights activist Jason Jones believes it will take between three to four years for Justice Devindra Rampersad's landmark judgement on this country's homophobic buggery laws to take full effect.

Hand of gold
Jereem triumphs after slap on track

Young: Rewards for Commonwealth Games medallists

Legal fight looms
...parties were given until June 4 to present their views, but the process is likely to be delayed while Rampersad's judgement is being appealed by the State.

Abomination say religious groups

International bodies send congratulatory messages

Activist fears hate attacks
LGBTQI community happy over ruling but...

Minister's stepdaughter abducted
Krystiana Sankar, who is in her mid-twenties, was at the home of an ex-boyfriend with several other people just after 7 pm, when two men, one armed with a gun and another a cutlass...

$100,000, ganja ransom for Stuart Young's stepdaughter

Baby raped, beaten to death
A 15-month-old baby girl was raped and beaten to death on Wednesday, allegedly by a 17-year-old male relative.

15 month-old girl beaten to death in Palo Seco

'Matter resolved amicably'
Lawyer claims Dillon court matter already concluded ...

Moonilal: Rowley's return as Housing minister disturbing

Two weeks for Darryl Smith's report— Young

Young: Smith's sacking not due to public outcry

T&T Spirit on final sea trials—Port chairman

NWRHA defends breastfeeding, mascot
CHIEF executive officer of the North West Regional Health Authority (NWRHA) Wendy Ali feels no one should be offended when a woman breastfeeds her child in public.

4,000 interviews for TT permanent residency

Diaz shuts down Pan Trinbago's office the face of, what he saw as, some dissident members of the central executive "doing as they pleased" without his knowledge.

Second arrest in boldface jewel store robbery
A MAN with a long rap sheet for robbery and firearm related offences has been arrested in connection with the robbery of a San Fernando jewellery store in March.

Customer shoots bandit during attempted robbery
A customer at a Barataria supermarket who has a licensed gun warded off two armed bandits on Wednesday when he fired at them, hitting one in the leg.

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