Roam Trinidad and Tobago or ROAM TT for short is a group that seeks to provide much-needed information for tourists during their stay in Trinidad and Tobago. The group has teamed up with tour groups to give the ultimate experience to visitors in the hope of stimulating tourism growth. ROAM TT's Manager Nathan Greene, and Directors of Island Experience Tano Harewood spoke to us about some of their work.
This year marks the 25th since the establishment of the Emancipation Support Committee. One of the Directors of the Committee, Shabaka Kambon, and Malian Performance Artist, Awa Sangho, spoke to us about this year’s celebrations.
On Friday, brace for traffic as the Trade Union Movement is set to descend on the Capital City in its numbers. FITUN, NATUC, and JTUM have garnered the support of practically all of the unions in this country to act against the Government. We spoke to Industrial Relations Consultant, Robert Giuseppe, about the upcoming action. He gave us an idea of what to expect.
July 27th marks the anniversary of what is arguably the darkest time in our nations history, the attempted coup of 1990.
C News reporter, Dionne Baptiste sat down with two persons who lived through the 1990 insurrection - Former Head of News at TTT Jones P. Madiera and Radio Producer at NBS Radio 610 Dennis McComie.
Internationally acclaimed tailor, Andrew Ramroop launches FAME, the Foundation for Fashion Art Manufacturing Export which is geared towards building a sustainable fashion industry and providing entrepreneurial support with philanthropic values.
A conversation to address unemployment in Trinidad and Tobago is being organized by the Anglican Board of Social Responsibility in the Diocese of Trinidad and Tobago. Team Lead of the Anglican Board of Social Responsibility Elizabeth Sealy and Keisha Sealy, the board’s secretary, spoke to Good Morning Trinidad and Tobago host Verna Bharath-Badal about the initiative.