Morning Brew

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Clinical Psychologist Dr Dianne Douglas today on the Morning Brew told Hema Ramkissoon that PTSD must be dealt with. 
She said they have rallied for Trauma Centers but have heard nothing from those in authority. 

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This morning on CNC3's the Morning Brew Urvashi Tewari-Roopnerine spoke with young journalist Jesse Ramdeo about World Press Freedom Day. This year's theme is "Keeping Power in Check: Media, Justice and The Rule of Law’.


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On CNC3's the Morning Brew today Jesse Ramdeo spoke with Gary Griffith who came on the Morning Brew to clear the air and explain what really happened between members of the TTPS and Minister of Robert Le Hunte. 
 Mr Griffith said he is a...

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This morning on CNC3's the Morning Brew with Hema Ramkissoon, Dr Simone Titus and Kirk Amour speak about bee sting safety. 
Dr Titus warns people to don't panic if they come face to face with the insect but give them their space

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The T&T Met Office says visibility has been reduced to 7km while Sahara dust will be bad for next 24 hours.

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Hema Ramkissoon spoke with Mark Bassant on the Morning Brew. 

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Karen and Kathy Norman speak on the Morning Brew with Jesse Ramdeo.

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Hema Ramkissoon spoke with Couva North MP Ramona Ramdial on the Morning Brew. She said private citizens are leading search missions for the missing fishermen.

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On the Morning Brew earlier today Hema Ramkissoon spoke to four families whose loved one has been remanded for over 9 years. 
They were told that now they must restart the process. 

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This morning on CNC3's the Morning Brew the President and Vice President of the Trinidad and Tobago Association of Private Secondary schools spoke with Jesse Ramdeo about this year's SEA student intake. On Wednesday the association asked the...