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What lies ahead in the B.C. teachers' dispute?

Local teachers' union president 'always hopeful'

Do you know of any Chinese New Year celebrations in New Westminster?

While many people have already celebrated the start of 2012, there's another set of New Year's celebrations coming later this month. The Chinese New Year comes on Jan. 23 and this year is the Year of the Dragon.

New Westminster cops catch thieves in the act

It was simply a case of being in the right place at the right time and old-fashioned police instincts that led to New Westminster police busting a break-and-enter in progress last Wednesday night. According to Acting Sgt.

New Westminster police say pedestrian in ICU after being hit by car

One man is in intensive care after being struck by a vehicle in Queensborough on Monday night. According to Sgt. Gary Weishaar, police were called to the 800-block of Boyd Street, outside Queensborough Landing, just before 9 p.m.

New Westminster councillor calls for moratorium on office space conversions

Coun. Jonathan Cote would like the City of New Westminster to place a moratorium on the conversion of office space to residential uses. Cote plans to introduce a notice of motion about a moratorium at an upcoming council meeting.
A year of challenge and change

A year of challenge and change

We began our look back at the headlines of 2011 in the Wednesday, Dec. 28 edition of The Record.

Looking for a new read? Some ideas

One of my favourite things about the end of the year is the "Best Of" lists that spring up in the media.

New year's festivities a big part of city past

Another year is nearly past, with a new one lurking just around the corner. The period of time around the turn of the new year is always a time to look back as well as to think about the year to come.

Kick back and enjoy some B.C. books

Christmas may be over, but there's still time to enjoy a little holiday reading. Enjoy a little taste of B.C. from the cozy comfort of your favourite armchair with one of these local book options. Whether a person's only been in B.C.

Demand at food banks on the rise

Food bank is struggling with fewer donations and greater need in the region