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Several high-profile investigations are expected to be finalised this week by the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP).
The Sunday Guardian also understands that Yuille-Williams is expected to be cleared of any wrongdoing in the allegation that she and the administrators of the Scholarship Fund were guilty of miscon
A veteran anti-corruption advocate has sounded a warning that if the scourge of corruption is not successfully tackled, Trinidad and Tobago as a society could be destroyed.
People’s National Movement (PNM) leader Dr Keith Rowley says the party will not condone any type of corruption if it forms the next government.
Relatives of Ancil Alexis, who was shot dead in Marabella yesterday morning, say they will get justice from Allah.
An internal probe by state-owned Petrotrin into allegations of corruption in the controversial South-West Soldado developmental project deal is now complete.
Former attorney general Ramesh Lawrence Maharaj, SC, has renewed his call for a criminal investigation into exorbitant legal fees paid to attorneys by the Office of the Attorney General.
Three contracts totalling $87.7 million have been awarded for a security perimeter fence and infrastructural work at the Maximum Security Prison (MSP) in Arouca, as Government moves to shut down th
Tony Mascall unfortunately missed his wife Donna’s funeral yesterday, after doctors ruled he could not leave the hospital following a second surgery on his badly damaged left leg.
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