Morning Brew

Ryan Bachoo spoke with Founder of Coached  Zena Dennis on the Morning Brew. She says teaching customer service is challenging but believes T&T can adopt a better approach to delivering quality...

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Yesenia Gonzalez spoke with Ryan Bachoo about Venezuelan Amnesty on the Morning Brew.

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Today via phone Hema Ramkissoon and David Abdulah spoke about the 5 people who were killed in Laventille last week and the stance of the Commissioner of Police. 
Mr Abdulah said Gary Griffith's approach is all "I" and not "We".

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Tomorrow history will be made as members of the LGBT community will host its first TT Pride Arts Festival. 
This morning on CNC3's the Morning Brew Jesse Ramdeo spoke with two of the organisers who said that they are prepared for...

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Hema Ramkissoon spoke with Oropune resident, Colleen Holder on the Morning Brew. She says there are more issues for the...

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On CNC3's the morning brew today Hema Ramkissoon spoke with Psychologist Gregory Issacs about loneliness for the Christmas season. 
Mr Issacs said sometimes we get lost in all of the festivities and forget our lonely friends.

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Ramesh Lawrence Maharaj told Hema Ramkissoon on the Morning Brew the Attorney General is making lame excuses and he'll go to the courts if he has to.

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ema Ramkissoon spoke with Jack Warner, Louis Lee Sing and Brent Sancho about the state of T&T football on the Morning Brew.

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On CNC3's the Morning Brew today Hema Ramkissoon spoke with Anthony Garcia about a beating incident between a teacher from the Barataria North Secondary and pupil. 
Minister Garcia said expulsion is possible.

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Hema Ramkissoon interviews Jamie Laurence Parker and Nikisha Watson Parker a UK family whose videos went viral after they post themselves dancing to soca music. 

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This morning on CNC3's the Morning Brew Hema Ramkisson and Dr Roodal Moonilal spoke about the government's most recent cabinet reshuffle. 
Dr Moonilal said the reshuffle came like a thief in the night.