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Get reading for summer

Every year, the New Westminster Public Library encourages kids to keep up their reading by joining the summer reading program. By reading all summer, kids can win a medal and other prizes. This year's program is called Savour Each Word.
Van Dop show blooms

Van Dop show blooms

Deadheading best while dallying in garden

A daily walkabout in the garden is one of the most relaxing habits a person can get into - it's also incredibly useful if one takes a pair of pruners along to do deadheading along the way.
City takes aim at over-40 swimmers

City takes aim at over-40 swimmers

Throngs of children and teenagers have been taking the plunge at Moody Park Outdoor Pool, but the facility is also a hit among the over-40 crowd.

Calendar of Events

TO AUG. 13 A Taste for Reading, summer reading program for adults at New Westminster Public Library, runs July 2 to Aug. 13. Read as much as you want during the summer and enter a ballot listing a favourite book and you could win a prize.

On the roads

Thousands of spectators turned out in brilliant sunshine during Sunday's Royal City Show and Shine.

Getting grilled

The HST or the GST/PST - that is the burning question at Burger Heaven. Well-known for its burger polls during municipal, provincial and federal elections, the local eatery is having a burger poll for the HST referendum.

The Scots connection

Scottish connections in New Westminster go back to the city's first days with members of the Columbia Detachment of Royal Engineers. Other Scots soon arrived and in a short period of time, there was a St.

Future looks bright for 'Rocky'

There's a difference between being Ross Anders Bowman and Rocky Bowman. While the former is the given name of the 17-year-old New Westminster Secondary School student, the latter is what the star lacrosse goalie is better known as.

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