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Douglas College board puts $1 million into student aid

More than 1,000 future Douglas College students will benefit from a recent decision by the Douglas College board to invest an additional $1 million in student aid.

Police urge car owners to lock up after string of car thefts hits Sapperton area

Thefts from cars are surging in New Westminster, and police are reminding residents to lock their vehicles and hide all valuables when parking.

3-D video offers sneak preview of new school

Want to see what New Westminster's newest school is going to look like? A 3-D video of the $23.2 million elementary school takes viewers inside the school, showing off design features, including exposed wooden beams and ample windows.

City officers chosen for Alexa's Team

Seven New Westminster police officers have been chosen for Alexa's Team because of their strong commitment to getting impaired drivers off the roads.

New Westminster school district defers deficit repayment

The New Westminster board of education sliced millions from next year's budget on Tuesday night to plow through a hefty $3.

Dix drops by for Darcy

NDP leader Adrian Dix dropped by the Royal City to help New Westminster NDP candidate Judy Darcy officially open her campaign office on Saturday. "New Westminster has a long history of strong representatives who fight for working people," Dix said.

300 residents will be called during May survey

How satisfied with the city are new westminster residents?

City group supports new animal shelter

The Royal City Humane Society is hopeful that the city will build a new state-of-the-art animal shelter.

Bright digital billboard draws complaints from New Westminster drivers

A glitzy new billboard on the Queensborough Bridge is attracting unwanted attention from motorists watching its advertising messages.

Pool time taken for granted?

City shocked to learn it's hosting swim championships
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