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College enrolment up for third year in a row

Enrolment is booming at Douglas College.

City seeks tech grant from IBM

New Westminster is aiming to become a smart city.

What's on this weekend

Think summer fun is over? Think again. There's no shortage of events taking place in New Westminster this weekend for folks of all ages. We're continuing with our popular feature - our staff's Top 5 (Or More) Things To Do This Weekend.

Bell is dogged about city civic centre

Resident determined to get answers to questions about how decisions were made on controversial project Christopher Bell is a man on a mission - with no end in sight.

Groups get OK from city to use grants for different programs

Royal City Farmers Market and the Seniors Services Society have received the city's blessing to reallocate their 2012 city grants.

New billboards to bump city sign

A billboard will soon greet motorists entering New Westminster via the Pattullo Bridge - but the city's entry sign is hitting the road.

Westcoast Curling Classic to host New Westminster poker fundraiser

Want to see how far your two-seven unsuited goes in a no-limit Texas hold'em tournament? Well, on Saturday, Sept. 22 at the Royal City Curling Club at 75 East Sixth Ave.

Parent hopes for a more peaceful school year

While the provincial government and teachers slugged it out in contentious contract talks last year, the local district parent advisory council members and the school board also seemed to be at odds.

New Westminster names nominees of Royal City Builders Awards

Buildings in neighbourhoods from Queensborough to Sapperton are in the running for Royal City Builders' Awards.

City says it fell short on explaining tower plan

But defends borrowing $59 million to build it
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