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Royal moments for New West resident

A Royal City resident embarked on a trip to the nation's capital to meet royalty - and succeeded.

New Westminster transit cop helps foil robbery

One man has been arrested following an alleged daytime bank robbery on Tuesday. According to New Westminster Police Service acting Sgt. Bruce Carrie, the suspect entered a Bank of Nova Scotia and committed the robbery around 3 p.m.

Filmmaker seeks sponsors for project

A New Westminster resident is seeking sponsors for her first foray into filmmaking since graduating from film school. Janelle Miguel, who graduated from the Vancouver Film School in January, is developing a short film, Lucy Redd.

New Westminster's Royal Columbian Hospital Foundation loses millions on lottery

The Royal Columbian Hospital Foundation's B.C. Vacation Home Lottery has lost the charity millions of dollars after not enough tickets were bought to cover costs. "We fulfilled all our obligations for the lottery.

FraserFest on this weekend

New Westminster's waterfront will be a hub of activity during the 22nd annual FraserFest.

Former New Westminster-Coquitlam MP Paul Forseth seeks TEAM Burnaby council nominations

Former New Westminster-Coquitlam MP Paul Forseth is amongst a quartet of notables who will be seeking TEAM Burnaby council nominations at the civic party's July 31 nomination meeting.

City OK's daycare park use

The kids attending Graham Montessori Daycare have been given permission to play in a small portion of Glenbrook Ravine Park. The daycare centre that's opening in the Glenbrook Park Amenity Centre at 76 Jamieson Ct.

New Westminster teens tackle Shakespeare

Take Shakespeare's Julius Caesar and send it through a gritty, modern crime lens and what you get is this summer's teen production from Carousel Theatre.

Let the sunshine in

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Claim deadline approaching

Cash settlements may be given to residents who were subjected to abuse or injury