The Prime Minister has refuted reports which claimed he was jeered at during a walkabout in the Chaguanas Borough Corporation last week.
The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service says it is ready to handle the 2016 Local Government Elections with assistance from members of the Defence force and the Regional Intelligence Fusion Centre.
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley believes the upcoming Procurement Bill could give the construction industry a much-needed shakeup.
The OWTU is warning that "all hell will break loose" if their sources are correct regarding a possible retrenchment at the University of Trinidad and Tobago, which is alleged to come immediately after next Monday's Local Government Elections.
There will be no immediate increase to the cost of public transport provided by PTSC. This, from its General Manager Ronald Forde.
After a four-year wait, the Katzenjammers Pan Theatre was finally refurbished and recommissioned on Tuesday.
The mutual agreement between Venezuela and Trinidad and Tobago to supply this country with natural gas will be signed off in December.
Minister of Education Anthony Garcia believes the recent school protests across Trinidad are politically motivated and he claims the demonstrations over the La Fillette Primary School are being initiated by an activist from the United National Congress.
One local Soca artist’s Grammy dreams may be coming true. That is, if he can get the Academy to vote his way.
With Local Government Elections less than a week away, C News continues its focus on communities by talking to the people to find out if they are happy with their representation.