Prime Minister Dr. the Hon Keith Rowley will chair a Cabinet retreat from September 01 to September 03, 2021. The meetings will be held at Blenheim House, the Prime Minister's official residence in Tobago. On the Morning Edition, we spoke with MP Rudy Indarsingh on this thoughts on the agenda.

There is a call for the Government to Fully Re-Open the Gaming Sector. The union representing members clubs and lottery workers says some of it members who work at the Play Whe and Lotto Booths are back out. However, those who work at the Private Members Club are still locked down at home. According to union the majority of its members who work at the PMCs are Women with Dependent Children and not a single one of these ladies have gotten the Salary Relief Grant. They are calling on the Prime. President Joshua Johnson and Union members Penny Soogrim and Betty Hamilton joined Fazeer and discussed the issue. a local online learning platform for primary school students that has become more important and relevant when schools have been closed, gives key support to teachers, students and parents using material aligned and approved by the Ministry of Education.

Pennacool has been in operation for the last 13 years and over the last 2 years there has been an expansion of options and material available. It also has a new programme in sponsorship with BPTT, SHELL T&T and the Ministry of Public Utilities Let join some of the team members, Louis Education Manager, Kelli-Marie Patel- Shell TT Corp. Relations Manager and Ryan Chaitram -BPTT Corp. Communications Manager tol.d us more

Joining us was The Adult Literacy Tutors Association, a non-profit organization in existence since 1992, provides the only comprehensive, structured, adult literacy programme in Trinidad and Tobago. Since March 2020, it has now switched to providing free literacy classes virtually through our ALTA programme via Zoom.

We spoke with ALTA Tutor-Chela Bhimull and ALTA student Renerson Wilson.

Education Minister Dr Nyan Gadsby-Dolly says 25 per cent of pupils between the ages of 12 and 18 years have been vaccinated, according to the latest data from the Health Ministry.

Speaking to the Express at the St Augustine Girls' High School (SAGHS), the minister said discussions are under way with the Health Ministry to have vaccines available at schools from next month to ensure wider access especially for those in the rural communities.

We opened the lines in our Have Your Say segment. Here's your chance to hear what some of viewers had to say.

The Tobago Performing Arts Company (TPAC) is a recently established Tobago based performing arts ensemble dedicated to advancing and developing the disciplines of Drama, Dance, Music and Film. We are an institution committed to cultural preservation and representation, education, artistic innovation, cultural tourism and community development. We joined C.E.O Mr. Elvis Radgman and Film Director Mr. Jared Prima.


Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley met with Chief Secretary Farley Chavez Augustine for a Tobag…