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City council united in stand against coal plan

New Westminster city council is taking a stand against a proposed coal facility at Fraser Surrey Docks. On Monday, council unanimously supported a motion from Coun.

Wealth of seniors' health info at library

It's important to remain healthy and active in your later years so you can continue to enjoy your family and friends, travelling, work and hobbies. If you have concerns about your health, please speak to your physician.

Woken by cries for help

Skipper finds man clinging to his ship's lines, saves him from drowning in river

Yuk it up this weekend

Whether you're in need of a laugh, a little entertainment or a bit of retail therapy, we've got some ideas for you for this weekend's pleasure.

GlassHouse Lofts - will be true to its name

Latest Port Royal development features floor-to-ceiling glass windows in all units

'Borough church wants to expand

A Queensborough church is seeking rezoning to meet its needs. St. Joseph Damascene Antiochian Orthodox Church wants to rezone 1308 and 1310 Ewen Ave. in Queensborough so it can build a two-storey place of worship.

Plenty of summertime fun for New West kids

There is less than one month left of school but don't worry, there is plenty for kids in New Westminster to do this summer. Registration is open for a variety of camps throughout the city.

New West police take to the streets in support of Special Olympics

The New Westminster Police Department along with Transit Police will be taking to the streets next Friday (June 7) to raise awareness and funds for Special Olympics in this year's Law Enforcement Torch Run.

Town hall meeting in New Westminster sees hundreds turn out to oppose coal plan

At least 300 people attended a town hall meeting on Thursday night at Douglas College in New Westminster to hear from a panel of speakers on the proposed coal facility at Fraser Surrey Docks.

Final election tally shows Darcy took 48.7 per cent of vote in city

NDP candidate Judy Darcy garnered nearly half the votes cast in New Westminster in the May 14 provincial election. Elections B.C. released final voting results this week after counting absentee ballots. Darcy received 13,026 valid votes (48.
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