Andre Jack talks about his upcoming show “Dreams” on Sunday 25th June 2017. Jack explained that the proceeds from the show, which will be held at National Academy for the Performing Arts, will go toward funding his tuition at University abroad.
Tickets cost $200 and went on sale from 1st at Simon's Musical Supplies in POS, Musician's Paradise on #26 Sutton Street SanFernando and DREAMS committee members. You can also call 730 0137, 471 3111 & 475 7113
Attorney Keith Scotland is urging the public to educate themselves on the matters surrounding the Chief Justice Ivor Archie and Judiciary of Trinidad and Tobago. Scotland told Good Morning Trinidad and Tobago host Dike Rostant he doesn’t believe that the Chief Justice should stepdown and if citizens took the time to gain a clearer understanding of the issue they would agree.
After being told “to suit up for battle” the team of Kabir Singh, Kaleb Chotai, Gerard Griffith and Antonio Thomas did just that. The quartet won the Land Settlement Agency’s school debate competition. They credited their victory to both individual research and group collaboration.
The Faculty of Law hosts their 2nd Biennial Oil and Gas Law Conference which is in line with the strategic plan and mission of The UWI to advance education and create knowledge in order to support the development of the Caribbean region and beyond.
Good Morning Trinidad and Tobago host Dike Rostant spoke to Law Lecturer Alicia Elias-Roberts about this year's conference, which is expected to address the current legal challenges in the Energy Sector in light of the decline in oil prices and how this scenario affects oil exploration agreements as well as energy exploration and production.
The Conference takes place from 8am to 4pm (both days). The themes for the 2 days are: Exploring the legal framework for Oil and Gas Law and The Trinidad Experience: Setting the Context and Lessons Learnt respectively.
Vivek Charran, the President of the San Juan Business Association, says that his organisation is moving towards supporting the call for business people to have easier access to firearms. He spoke to Good Morning Trinidad and Tobago Ria Roopchandsingh about the association’s position and the way in which crime in impacting the business community.
Dawn Richards, the Chief Executive Officer of DRA Consulting, and Ashanna Arthur, the company’s Business Development Manager, speak to Good Morning Trinidad and Tobago host Ria Roopchandsingh about improving customer service in Trinidad and Tobago.
Representatives of the Banks Association of Trinidad and Tobago discuss their new public education drive with Good Morning Trinidad and Tobago host Ria Roopchandsingh. Kelly Bute-Seaton, BATT’s Executive Director, and Dixie-Ann Dickson, BATT’s Communications Specialist, spoke about BATT’s role in the sector and gave some insight into the process and procedure for customer complaints to highlight banking issues.
Winston Ferreira, the PRO of the Buccoo Village Council, speaks with Ria Roopchandsingh about some of the issues residents are having in the area. Ferreira talked about the lack of resources and opportunity for youth development and other infrastructure matters in the community.