One Louth couple watching the push to legalise same-sex marriage with added interest is Barry Gardiner and Anthony Kinahan.
Sinn Féin councillor and chair of its LGBT group Chris Curran has called those who left a suspicious package at the Gay Lesbian Equality Network dangerous fools that have wasted Garda and Defence Forces time.
Grandparents, parents and families were among those attending the launch of the bus tour in Dublin this morning.
The march began outside City Hall at 3pm and finished outside the Department of Justice on St Stephen’s Green. Several prominent supporters of gay rights...
Voters in the Irish Republic will decide whether to approve same-sex marriage on 22 May after the Taoiseach announced the date for a referendum.
Ireland has moved another step closer to marriage equality this evening.
Fianna Fail is to force the issue of same-sex marriage on to the political agenda by tabling a private members motion in the Seanad calling for legalisation.
BeLonG To, the national organisation for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) young people, has welcomed Justin McAleese’s call for a ‘yes’ vote in the forthcoming marriage referendum.
A referendum on gay marriage is looking likely, with a number of TDs from the Irish Government and the Opposition throwing their weight behind proposals to put it to a public vote.
The Constitutional Convention* will be examining and voting on the issue of marriage equality on the weekend of April 13th and 14th, 2013.