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Old World charm with industrial edge

Robyn Murrell is the artistic force behind Robyn's Vintage Nest, a blend of industrial lighting and hand-painted vintage furniture. Murrell reclaims and restyles vintage furniture. She also works with lighting fixtures as well.

Residents rally against Elizabeth Fry project

Opposition to a proposed development is heating up in the Sapperton neighbourhood. The Elizabeth Fry Society is seeking an amendment to the city's official community plan so it can develop 273 and 275 Sherbrooke St.

Tap time at Massey

Top tap performers slated to take the stage at Massey Theatre this weekend

Colouring the 'Boro

A three-year project is helping to add some colour to Queensborough. The Queensborough Special Programs Committee started the Youth Art Initiative to create a legacy art project for the community.

Parents say teachers' union rules district

New Westminster school district representatives met with parents who were upset with the district's handling of parent complaints, but the district's attempt to appease the group of concerned parents by meeting with them turned into another brouhaha.

Westminster Club up for sale - but club's fate to be determined

Westminster Club may be selling its penthouse space on Columbia Street but it isn't prepared to go down without a fight.

New Westminster parents want answers on new school

Now that the project agreements have finally been signed for two new schools - a replacement elementary and new middle school - parents are starting to ask questions.

New Westminster police officer under investigation

A New Westminster police officer is at the heart of an investigation stemming from an altercation that happened during a recent arrest. It all started when New Westminster police responded to a disturbance on Wednesday, May 10, around 11 p.m.

New Westminster family's missing dog returned

The mystery of the missing Maltese has been solved. A Queen's Park family thought their two-and-half-pound toy Maltese may have been snapped away from their front yard on First Street because it was so unusual for the dog to leave their property.

Multicultural festival back for 10th year

For new immigrants and lifelong residents alike, this year's multicultural festival in New Westminster will be a chance to check out traditions and cuisines from around the world.
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