Morning Brew

Hema Ramkissoon interviews Attorney at Law Larry Lalla about cookouts by the river. 

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Monsignor Christian Pereira of the Roman Catholic Church talked about the Venezuelan refugee crisis as the Cathedral and Sacred cluster gets ready to celebrate its Family Day and Holy Mass on Sunday at the Princess Elizabeth Centre.

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This morning, as CNC3's the Morning Brew, continues to highlight empowering women, Hema Ramkissoon spoke with Sarah Jane Waddell about her past on how she plans to move forward.

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On CNC3's the Morning Brew Hema Ramkissoon spoke with Gary Griffith about the five men who were killed in Laventille last Friday. 
Since then a video has surfaced threatening the lives of Police Officers. 
Commissioner Griffith said...

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Today on CNC3's the Morning Brew Hema Ramkissoon spoke with Marvin Gonzales about the expiration of the vehicle inspection moratorium. 

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This morning on CNC3's the Morning Brew officials from the T&T Met Office joined Jesse Ramdeo to talk about the Wet/Hurricane season. 
They say the earlier part of the season June- August may have a little less rainfall than usual but...

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This morning on CNC3's the Morning Brew Hema Ramkissoon spoke with Afra Raymond about the T&T, Chinese relations. 
Mr Raymond told Hema that he doesn't know if we are returning to the Patrick Manning era.

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Soca artiste Kees Dieffenthaller speaks to Akash Samaroo on The Morning Brew.

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On CNC3's the Morning Brew earlier today Hema Ramkissoon spoke with one Greenvale resident about a meeting held last evening. 
She said they still have answers and people are afraid to return to the area. 

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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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