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    Alessi wrote:
    I often wonder where all the money goes at TBC. They seem to be making cuts everywhere to save money - but it is clear that they do not know where it is spent in the first place.
    It's about time they started to cut salaries of the people who suppose to be in charge. It appears too many at the top have been in their jobs for far to long and have lost any sense of responsibility. Cut and cut and more cuts, just as long as they don't cut their salaries. We are alright jack, just cut some more services and waste some more money, but make sure we are alright.
    look at T.C.B.C. Greenmeadow Community farm financial returns and all will be revealed !"
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TORFAEN IT FRAUD TRIAL: Pair found not guilty

NOT GUI;TY: Gary Inchliffe and Farooq Dastgir

NOT GUI;TY: Gary Inchliffe and Farooq Dastgir

First published in News

TWO men were found not guilty of false accounting at a Gwent council's IT hub today.

Farooq Dastgir, 53, of Coed Camlas, Pontypool and Gary Inchliffe, 52, of Beechcroft, Trelewis were accused of trying to pay for a newspaper supplement in the South Wales Argus using the council's money after the council decided it should be paid for through private sponsorship.

 

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