Denyse Renne

A FORMER permanent secretary at the Government ministry and three contractors remained in police custody last evening as Fraud Squad detectives intensified their questioning into an alleged multi-million-dollar financial misappropriation probe that led to the arrest of Public Administration Minister Marlene McDonald.

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ANOTHER High Court judge has been reassigned to the Family Court. The Sunday Express understands that Justice David Harris, who is currently presiding over the lawsuit filed by former chief magistrate Marcia Ayres-Caesar, is expected to assume duties at the Family Court, while a junior judge has been assigned his cases.

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A multi-million-dollar lawsuit has been initiated against the Airports Authority of Trinidad and Tobago (AATT) over its failure to compensate a company for its services.

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THE announcement by Police Commissioner Gary Griffith on July 23 that the Marine Branch of the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) is set to return is yet another of many attempts to resuscitate the unit.

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THE Law Association of Trinidad and Tobago (LATT) will officially write to Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley today, requesting a copy of the legal opinion he relied upon to not act on Chief Justice Ivor Archie.

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NATIONAL security has always received the major allocation in national budgets with little dent in crime. Murders are out of control, gang culture is firmly embedded in communities and illegal guns and ammunition are everywhere, to name a few critical issues.

A PRELIMINARY report into the circumstances surrounding the removal of ammunition from the shooting range in Chaguaramas is expected to be handed in to Director of Public Prosecutions Roger Gaspard SC next week.

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