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Neighbour helps rescue family from fire

'All it was was a wall of fire,' - Ken Robinson

City's Pier Park wins national award

The City of New Westminster has won another national award for its redevelopment of Westminster Pier Park.

Montessori parents face choice

Connaught Heights doesn't have the space to continue program for Grade 1 next year

Low air-quality readings near New Westminster parkade have Puchmayr wondering about traffic solutions

A two-year study into the air quality at New Westminster's Front Street parkade has Coun. Chuck Puchmayr wondering about truck traffic.

Foster parents wanted in city

The Ministry of Children and Family Development is in need for new foster parents in New Westminster. The ministry is holding an information session on Wednesday, Feb. 15 in the Tommy Douglas library in Burnaby from 6: 30 to 8: 30 p.m.
Photos: All for the love of rats

Photos: All for the love of rats

Fraser rankings called 'stuff of nonsense'

One trustee calls it "irrelevant" and the "stuff of nonsense," but last Monday's release of the Fraser Institute's annual elementary school rankings had some interesting results for several Royal City schools.

Former B.C. attorneys general add voices to Stop the Violence B.C. campaign

Four of the province's former attorneys general want marijuana legalized to curb gang activity associated with the illegal drug trade.

Suspended with pay for three years

Const. Dosanjh returns to work after pleading guilty to several allegations of police misconduct

New Westminster keeps on growing

If the Royal City seemed just a bit more crowded in the last five years, those suspicions were confirmed with Wednesday morning's release of Statistics Canada's 2011 census of population.