C News heads to the constituency of Lopinot/Bon Air West as we continue our look at the constituencies ahead of the September 7th 2015 General Election.


As Trinidad and Tobago and the rest of the world get set to begin fasting for the month of Ramadan, many people have questioned the relevance of fasting during the 30 day period.

The fight for equality among men and women continues to be a talking point not just here in Trinidad and Tobago but around the world.

This week our reporter on the ground Stacy-Ann Providence heads to D'Abadie O'meara.

Prominent fashion model and Miss Global Trinidad and Tobago representative, Soowan Bramble, has called for citizens to support the local fashion industry.

With the economic outlook being low for the rest of the year, coupled with uncertainty over the next two months before the General Election and prospects from Business Chambers not exactly being rosy, what does the ordinary business man think about the economy?

June is known as the month of brides and weddings. It's a month many couples choose to take that bold step to become man and wife.

In many religions, marriage has become a significant part of a couple's journey in becoming husband and wife.

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