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Developer will pay for off-site engineering

The Salient Group will pay for off-site engineering works and services for its Trapp+Holbrook development.

Killer denied parole

But will be allowed to attend an off-site life-skills program

Grant program helps build strong neighbourhoods

The deadline is approaching for Round 2 of a grant program that aims to strengthen New Westminster neighbourhoods.

New Westminster police investigating accident at Royal Columbian Hospital

New Westminster police have three detectives looking into why a man drove a black Dodge Ram pickup truck into the main entrance of the Royal Columbian Hospital just after 1:30 a.m. on Sunday morning. According to Sgt.

New Westminster Hyacks run over Abby-Collegiate Panthers 40-0

It didn't take long for the New Westminster Hyacks to get over their season opening loss in Blaine.

Network in a city spa

It's a spa day for N.E.X.T. New West members. The networking group for young Royal City professionals is hosting a meet up at Urban Phoenix Wellness Spa on Wednesday, Sept. 12, from 5: 30 to 7: 30 p.m.

A year of milestones

A s we move into the latter third of the year, it is worthwhile checking the list of 2012 anniversaries marking noteworthy dates. Some are still to come, while others have already been celebrated.
Photos: A dry day for the city

Photos: A dry day for the city

New Westminster's government liquor stores were behind picket lines Wednesday as employees joined 25,000 B.C. Government and Service Employees' Union members in a oneday strike.

Douglas College gets boost

Douglas College welcomed the new school year with a funding boost. The New Westminsterbased college received $661,000 as part of the provincial government's investment in B.C.'s postsecondary infrastructure this year.

College enrolment up for third year in a row

Enrolment is booming at Douglas College.
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