Morning Brew

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This morning on CNC3's the Morning Brew Hema Ramkissoon spoke with the political leader of the MSJ. Mr David Abdulah. 
Mr Abdulah said he found the PM's reshuffle rather strange and described it as a knee-jerk reaction. He said he doesn't...

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This morning on CNC3's the Morning Brew Minister of Works and Transport Rohan Sinanan said they are looking at the entire North Coast Road. He said over 300 trees have to be cut down and they have options one being putting a Bailey bridge to...

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This morning Jesse Ramdeo spoke with Daurius Figueira about vigilante justice. Figueira said vigilante justice is illegal but shows that people on the ground are fed up with feeling unsafe. 

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This morning on CNC3's the Morning Brew Urvashi Tiwari-Roopnerine spoke with Dr Gabrielle Hosein about the IDB's National Women' Health Survey. Dr Hosein encourages those in authority to get a copy of the data and use it to promote egalitarian...

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As CNC3's the Morning brew continues to celebrate women Rayne Kirpalani, Angel Cumberbatch and Candice Harry speak with Hema Ramkissoon about following your dreams and breaking barriers.

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Embedded thumbnail for T&TEC: We will focus on streetlight outages today, lightening activities to blame

Akash Samaroo spoke with General Manager of T&TEC Mr Kelvin Ramsook on the Morning Brew

 

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Hema Ramkissoon spoke with Sgt David Swanson on the Morning Brew.

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During a quick phone interview on the Morning Brew today Mr Fitzgerald Hinds told Hema Ramkissoon that while some of the refugees want to go home others want to stay and for that, there is a process.

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Jesse Ramdeo spoke with Winston Gypsy Peters on the Morning Brew this morning

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This morning on CNC3's the Morning Brew Akash Samaroo spoke with ASP Michael Jackman about wrecking. Mr Jackman told Mr Samaroo that wrecking provides an easier process for the flow of traffic. He said the Motor Vehicle and Road Traffic Act says...

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