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Residents rally against bridge

Residents rally against bridge

Council blasted for Fry proposal

More than 100 people packed city council chamber Monday night to ensure their voices were heard about a controversial development project in Sapperton.
New bride looking for lost engagement ring

New bride looking for lost engagement ring

Diamond was lost in local coffee shop's bathroom

Refugees facing cuts to health care

A local group that helps refugee claimants is bemoaning government cuts to health care that will leave the people they help without medical coverage.

Forum will look at economic trends

CITY, CHAMBER OF COMMERCE TEAMING UP TO HOST MAJOR EVENT IN NOVEMBER The New Westminster Chamber of Commerce and the City of New Westminster will team up to welcome industry experts who will deliver information on future opportunities and examine the

City raises money with new digital signs

The City of New Westminster will soon be home to four new digital signs in high traffic areas.

Former New Westminster Chief Const. Ken Brown passes away

Former New Westminster Chief Const. Ken Brown passed away this week on Vancouver Island. Brown, who started his policing career in 1955, joined the New Westminster Police Department as its 19th Chief Constable in 1978, taking over from Rod Keary.

Minister reviewing teacher-trustee issue

George Abbott says he hasn't come to any definite conclusions about teachers serving on school boards

Academy Award winner on screen at Massey

It was the darling of this year's Academy Awards - and you can see it on screen at the Massey Theatre.

Zip line proposed for park

Coun. Chuck Puchmayr would like residents to be able to zip down to Westminster Pier Park in a fun way. Westminster Pier Park, which opened on the waterfront on June 16, is located on the city's riverfront between Sixth and Elliott streets.