Morning Brew

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This morning on CNC3's the Morning Brew Hema Ramkissoon spoke with the Minister of Education about his ministry. He spoke about the SEA exam, the Princes Town Presbyterian school and Private school placement. 
The minister said they now...

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Hema Ramkissoon spoke with Martin George on the Morning Brew.

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Sampson Nanton interviews Senior Journalist Rhondor Dowlat on the Morning Brew. 

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Bishop Keith Ramdass and Bishop Victor Gill sat with Hema Ramkissoon this morning on CNC3's the Morning Brew to share their views on legalising homosexuality. 
Both Bishops say they fear societal changes.

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On CNC3's the Morning Brew earlier today Jesse Ramdeo spoke with Terry Rondon about flood in Sangre Grande. 
Mr Rondon said some people had to evacuate their homes and they are trying to get others out. He said only trucks can pass. 

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Former head of the Central Police Division Johnny Abraham speaks to Hema Ramkissoon on The Morning Brew.

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Opposition member Roodal Moonilal says the 2018 budget presentation by Finance Minister Colm Imbert had nothing new.

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Ola Ola Ola! Hema Ramkissoon had the opportunity to interview Soca Artiste Olatunji Yearwood about his appearance on the X factor UK. 
Ola told Hema that he was shocked when the judges gave him a standing ovation.

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Hema Ramkissoon spoke with Cedric 'Burkie' Burke on the Morning Brew. 

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On CNC3's the Morning Brew earlier today Hema Ramkissoon spoke with Gregory Aboud the President of DOMA about traffic restrictions in the capital city. 
Mr Aboud said the accused are disrupting the lives of law-abiding citizens

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