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2020 Extempo Monarch Brian London gives us a taste of his skills on the Morning Brew

 

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Tim Stew the British High Commissioner to T&T says a Travel Advisory is not about a country or a government and its performance but simply to advise nationals about how they behave when they travel. He made the comment on CNC3's the Morning...

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This morning on CNC3's the Morning Brew Hema Ramkissoon speak with two women who juggle work and family life as they break barriers in their field. 
Both women say they wait for a day when there wouldn't be a need for an International Women...

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This morning on the Morning Brew Hema Ramkissoon spoke with two members of the Tobago Hindu Society about which was founded 35 years ago. The society is raising funds to construct Tobago's first Hindu Temple.

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This morning Hema Ramkissoon interviewed two of the four selected women scheduled to speak at the UN CSW62. This year, the UN's priority theme is addressing challenges and opportunities in achieving gender equality and the empowerment of rural...

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Wed, 03/07/2018 - 06:00

On this Morning's episode of CNC3's the Morning Brew Hema Ramkissoon speaks with veteran journalist Sunity Maharaj and political commentator Ralph Maraj about the PNM's halfway mark in office. They discuss the Government's highs and the lows in...

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Three-time Soca Monarch winner Aaron "Voice" St. Louis tells Hema Ramkissoon on this morning's the Morning Brew that writing ' Year for love' was challenging for him. The singer-songwriter said his season was a memorable one and is thankful for...

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On this morning's episode of the Morning Brew, Dr David Lee told Hema Ramkissoon that he is unclear why Dr. Keith Rowley is seeking to bring back Property Tax when he opposed it in 2009.

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Tue, 03/06/2018 - 05:30

This Morning on CNC3's the Morning Brew President of the Inter-Isle Truckers and Traders Association Horace Amede says things are getting worst in Tobago. He says hotels and restaurants are closing its doors, businesses are failing and people are...

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Tue, 03/06/2018 - 05:00

Prison Officers' Association President Ceron Richards says the public is being deceived when it comes to the 2015 prison break investigation. He says we are no way close to solving what happened on July 25th, 2015 and the lives of the officers...

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On the Morning Brew this morning Dr Asante VanWest-Charles-Le Blanc says the Trinidad and Tobago Cancer Society has not received funding from the Government in over a year. She said the society needs the money to continue operations.

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