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Local man charged in sex assault case

A New Westminster man was arrested this weekend after allegedly holding a woman against her will, forcing her to have sex with him and driving dangerously from Vancouver to Pitt Meadows.

Dog seized after it attacks two

Bite victims treated in Royal Columbian Hospital

New Westminster's newest grocery store opening soon

Shoppers wanting to know when Thrifty Foods will be opening the doors to its new Sapperton store will need to wait a bit longer. Ralf Mundel, director of marketing for Thrifty Foods, said the company hasn't yet announced the store's opening date.

New Westminster man charged in weekend sex assault

A New Westminster man was arrested this weekend after allegedly holding a woman against her will, forcing her to have sex with him, and driving dangerously from Vancouver to Pitt Meadows.

Julian not running for NDP top spot

After weeks of mulling, Burnaby-New Westminster MP Peter Julian has decided he will not be running for leadership of the federal New Democrats.

New Westminster police warn fraudsters are at work

New Westminster police are warning residents to be cautious and skeptical as online and telephone fraudsters are preying on citizens. Sgt.
New Westminster residents clean up at Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup

New Westminster residents clean up at Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup

New Westminster electors' group announces slate

Voice New Westminster is endorsing eight candidates for city council and school board in November's municipal election.

New Westminster dog attacks two women

Authorities in New Westminster have seized a dog from its owner after it attacked two people. The city's animal service officers are now investigating the incidents to determine what the dog's fate will be.

Throne speech: New "family day" in February, cameras in riot courtrooms

The British Columbia government is pushing to have TV cameras and radio microphones allowed into all criminal trials related to the Stanley Cup riot.