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Posted: Tuesday, June 13, 2017

WELL-KNOWN Roman Catholic priest Fr Clyde Harvey yesterday came face to face with three bandits outside a church, who threatened to kill him if he did not hand over cash and other valuables.

Religious leaders: People not fearing God

PM: Hang your heads in shame
PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley, who is also head of the National Security Council yesterday condemned three armed bandits who robbed Roman Catholic priest Father Clyde Harvey at the St Martin de Porres Roman Catholic Church in Gonzales

Health Ministry probes Conrad Murray

Former cop found guilty of rape at police station
A former police prosecutor was yesterday found guilty of raping a then 17-year-old girl inside the San Fernando Police Station where she and her mother went to report a domestic dispute in 2001.

Former police prosecutor guilty of raping child in station
...she tried to get away, court told

Appeal Court rejects AG's argument block the grant of leave to former UNC senator Devant Maharaj to take his case regarding the composition of the Judicial and Legal Service Commission (JLSC), to the London Privy Council.

Mendes mum on CJ, Ayers-Caesar issue
LAW Association president Douglas Mendes, SC, yesterday launched the association's Committee on Judicial Appointments but refused to take any media queries about the current imbroglio

Marcia scores third highest
Bat & ball question on judges' test

Not enough buses for TT

Youth Council head knocks Sat
NIKOLI Edwards, vice chair of the Commonwealth Youth Council, yesterday urged Sanatan Dharma Maha Sabha head Satnarayan 'Sat' Maharaj to "cease and desist" in his criticisms of Parliament's recent vote to end child marriage.

Cabrera: RBC perpetuating 'colonial practices'
...Cabrera likened the bank's removal of senior workers and the issuance of temporary contracts to modern day slavery.

NFM employee dies after fall
A 46-YEAR-OLD feed milling superintendent who was employed at the National Flour Mills (NFM) died at the St Clair Medical Centre on Sunday from injuries sustained from a fall at his workplace.

All Trinidad to stay in Couva on Labour Day
Labour Day celebrations traditionally held at the birthplace of the labour movement in Fyzabad

Dillon: Terrorism a top-tier issue
NATIONAL Security Minister Edmund Dillon says the safety and security of citizens remain a top-tier priority for government.

Caricom clampdown on returning Isis fighters

Exercise Tradewinds starts today
THE start of a five-day multi-national maritime security and disaster response exercise is scheduled to start today in Chaguaramas and will continue until June 17.

Boy, 9, claims he was beaten with PVC by teacher

Woman charged for stabbing father
TWO years after she appeared in court charged with stabbing her 10-year-old sister, 23-year-old Dion Cross appeared yesterday before a San Fernando magistrate charged with stabbing her father.

Five years jail for stealing more than $100,000 from woman

Marabella man on $150,000 bail for weed
A 36-year-old Marabella man was placed on $150,000 bail after he pleaded not guilty to a charge of being in possession of 6.7 kilogrammes of marijuana for the purpose of trafficking.

Two more murdered
Two men, both in their early 20s, were gunned down in separate instances between Sunday night and early yesterday.

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