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  1. Kong Hee, City Harvest leaders permanently barred from managing charities: MCCY

    The permanent disqualification means that the six leaders can no longer hold any governance or management positions in a charity, MCCY says.
  2. AGC refers City Harvest case to Court of Appeal

    The High Court had on Friday cut the jail terms of all six City Harvest Church leaders after convicting them of reduced charges.
  3. Why judges ruled to reduce the jail terms of City Harvest Church leaders

    The High Court, in a split decision, convicted Kong and his five accomplices of a reduced charge - the least aggravated form of Criminal Breach of ...
  4. City Harvest Church 'deeply saddened' by appeal decision

    The church's management board also asked its members to continue praying for the six leaders and their families as they go through this "difficult ...
  5. City Harvest appeal: Kong Hee's sentence reduced to 3.5 years

    Six City Harvest leaders were in court on Friday to hear the outcomes of their appeals against their convictions and sentences for ...
  6. Live updates: City Harvest leaders to hear outcome of appeal

    Friday’s hearing is the culmination of a 142-day trial in October 2015 and five-day appeal heard in September last year.
  7. City Harvest appeal: Recap of the long-running criminal case

    The hearing, which will begin at 9.30am on Friday, is the culmination of a five-day appeal heard in September last year by a three-judge panel.
  8. Court to rule on City Harvest Church leaders' appeal next Friday

    The High Court will deliver a verdict on the City Harvest Church appeal next Friday morning (Apr 7).
  9. 'Fraud of the worst kind': Prosecutors seek stiffer jail terms for City Harvest leaders

    Six City Harvest Church leaders who "committed fraud of the worst kind" should be put away for longer, prosecutors argued on Wednesday (Sep 21).
  10. 'Noble ends cannot justify criminal means', prosecutors tell City Harvest leaders

    "No matter what the means, the sentence meted out cannot send the message that if you think your ends were noble then the means you choose are ...