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Members of the management team for the Venture Credit Union discuss plans for their Annual 5K, which takes place on Sunday 17th September 2017. Michelle Borde, the Marketing, Communications and Events Officer, and Lionel Sookoo, the Chairman of the Race Committee, spoke to us about the event.

“There are things that happen in life, of which you have to respond”. Clear words of ITNAC’s Avonelle Hector Joseph, who says she believes Trinidad and Tobago has the ability to respond to the plight of those affected by Hurricane Irma.

Students Literacy Tested In Tobago

Executive Officer of the Tobago Institute of Literacy Susan Sandiford carried out literacy testing in Tobago in the past week. In all 84 students’ literacy were tested. She said students “attacked” the test papers were a “good sign”.

Helen Johnson, Head of Tobago Library Services, speaks about the DARE to DEAR or Drop Everything and Read a program being used to promote World Literacy Week, which starts with International Literacy Day on September 8.

Dr. Karielle De Bique speaks about World Physical Therapy Day which being celebrated on 8th September. The day is an opportunity for physical therapists from all over the world to raise awareness about the crucial contribution the profession makes to keeping people well, mobile and independent.

Preview for CPL Final Round

he Director of Cricket for the Caribbean Premier League Tom Moody speaks about the upcoming matches in Trinidad and Tobago.

TT Film Festival Founder Gives Preview

Dr. Bruce Paddington founder of the T&T Film Festival give some insight into the festival, which takes place from September 19-26 at MovieTowne Port-of-Spain, San Fernando, and Tobago, as well as the University of the West Indies (UWI), St Augustine.

Daily Living Immensely with Mirrored Excellence - D-LIME started more than a decade ago - aimed at helping youths discover the real purpose God has for their lives. In its eighth year - D-LIME is staging another Independence Night event - gospel - with a mix of culture and culture. This year's event is at James Park - Organiser Sheldon 'Brachy' Bradshaw is here along with Marsha Cooper of the Forward D Band and Jedidah.

MSJ Comments on National Issues

The Movement for Social Justice often comments on issues of national importance. Yesterday the party held a press conference in which it addressed a number of issues - the arrest of Former Attorney General Anand Ramlogan - as you heard earlier in our show - the drama over the appointment of a New Minister of Public Utilities Robert Le Hunte - and of course - government's retrenchment of us here at CNMG to resort to the brand - TTT. Political Leader of the MSJ - David Abdullah spoke with us on Good Morning Trinidad and Tobago today.

K2k Presents We Stand United

It's band launch season! K2K Alliance and Partners is known for its unique style of blending fashion with culture in their designs. Some say they're a cut above the rest. They're three-time Medium Band Winners - going for a fourth in 2018 - with We Stand United. Twins and co founders - Karen and Kathy Norman spoke with us on this year’s theme.

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