The Tourism Development Company Limited (TDC), in collaboration with the Ministry of Tourism, have launched a travel application called GoTrinBago. The new destination mobile application was designed to showcase the best of Trinidad and Tobago’s tourism sector.
The free, bi-lingual application is being positioned as the ultimate resource for discovering and exploring Trinidad and Tobago. This application will allow tourism customers to develop a personal itinerary, search for, find and, in time, book a room, a tour or a taxi.
Singer and Songwriter Kimba Sorzano talks about his 2017 musical offerings with Good Morning Trinidad and Tobago host Ria Roopchandsingh. Sorzano’s song “Welcome to the Carnival” promotes the upcoming Caribbean Carnivals, starting with Trinidad and Tobago. Written by Neil Bernard, Kimba Sorzano, Kiplin Evans, TrackDilla & Natalie Ruscutti, WELCOME TO THE CARNIVAL was produced by Los Angeles-based production team TrackDilla & Nat Young, along with Trinidad’s Dedicated To The Beat; veteran Caribbean Music producer known to many as Neil Bernard.
As the debate over child marriage and the legislation for or against it continues, Dike Rostant spoke to two youth representatives from the Revival of the Ummah. The representatives, Ruqaqyah Abdullah and Isa Jeziah, said nothing is wrong with setting a legal age for people to get married, but believe the legislation is infringing the rights of some.
Guinness Record Holder Harnaam Kaur, who has been featured in major magazines and newspapers across the world for proudly displaying her struggle with polycystic ovary syndrome, a hormonal condition that can result in the growth of excess facial hair speaks to Dike Rostant on Good Morning Trinidad and Tobago.
The 24-Year-Old Body positivity campaigner, who is from Slough, Berkshire, will be the keynote speaker at the International Women's Resource Network's (IWRN) “Power Within Love Your Body, Love You,” scheduled for Thursday at the Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School of Business.
Entertainment Lawyer Akilah Phillip and Richard Cornwall CEO & VP of the T&T Copyright Collection Organisation spoke with Dike Rostant about the importance of Intellectual Property Rights to creatives. The T&T Copyright Collection Organisation held a press conference on Tuesday 24th January 2017 to address intellectual property and Neighbouring Rights specifically as it applies to Trinidad and Tobago.
As part of their ongoing CSR efforts, Shell has invested in the national human resource base in all the territories in which they operate. Locally the oil giant has launched a STEM programme, which is geared towards developing student’s abilities in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math fields, along with NIHERST and Sacoda Serv.
NIHERST Programme Officer Joseph Ryan and Sacoda Serv Operations Officer Elijah Pierre were interviewed about the initiative on Good Morning Trinidad and Tobago today. The interview was done to promote the Shell Stem Fair, which takes place at the NESC Auditorium in Couva on Friday 20th January from 9 AM to 2:30 PM.
For Carnival Monday 2017 one Mas Band will be giving all its Carnival Monday proceeds to the Cerebral Palsy Society of Trinidad and Tobago. Celeste Augustine of Wee International and Phillip Metivier the President of the Cerebral Palsy Society of Trinidad and Tobago came to Good Morning Trinidad and Tobago today to talk about the donation. This is the sixth year Wee International has donated their profits on Carnival Monday to a charity organisation.
Hanif Benjamin, a trauma specialist and the founder of the Centre for Human Development Limited, says the posting of gruesome images on social media is contributing to the trauma people experience from murder and other forms of violence crime. Speaking on Good Morning Trinidad and Tobago today Benjamin said individuals should refrain from the practice.
Dr Gillian Paul COSTAATT’s President came to Good Morning Trinidad and Tobago today to promote the opening of the schools new campus on January 25th. Dr Paul said the new campus offers a number of advantages to students, who live outside of the Port of Spain Area.