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Market's manager will be leaving after 2012 season

Cleaning up

City residents go to a Burnaby church to help remove ugly graffiti on the wall aimed at an NHL player. See the full story at www.

New Westminster invites some VIPs to visit Royal City of New Westminster

New Westminster city council is inviting provincial officials to visit the Royal City to discuss a number of pressing issues. On Monday, city council approved a motion by Coun.

New Westminster to get new retail choices at The Plaza

Several new businesses have found a home in The Plaza at New Westminster Station. The Plaza, which is the commercial development being built around the New Westminster SkyTrain station, is home to Safeway and Shoppers Drug Mart.

New Westminster MLA Dawn Black "really disappointed" with 2012 budget

The provincial government is promising to provide funding to hire more police officers and address class composition issues - but it's also planning to increase MSP premiums and to scale back annual increases to health care.

New Westminster parent appealing district's $1,385 FOI bill

Fellow parents offer to chip in and help cover the cost

Pedagogy Toys closing this week

Pedagogy Toys at the River Market in New Westminster announced on its Facebook page this afternoon that it is shutting down at the end of this week. The locally owned toy store has had its share of ups and downs over the last couple of years.

Former New Westminster alderman Wes Janzen passes away

Former New Westminster alderman Wes Janzen passed away Sunday morning at the age of 91. Janzen, who lived in the Moody Park area, was also a teacher and volunteer who gave back to his community.

Byrne Creek beats New Westminster in district banner game

Byrne Creek was the better team in the BurWest district high school boys' basketball final but not by much.
Let's run it up the flag pole

Let's run it up the flag pole

The strata council for the Westminster Building on Columbia Street held a special flag-raising ceremony on Feb. 15. The building's flagpole was recently replaced, and the council invited local dignitaries for the flag raising.
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