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Police arrest gang associate for breaching bail conditions in New Westminster

An associate of the Dhak crime group was arrested in New Westminster last week after breaching bail conditions that required him to live in Surrey. Police officers from the Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit of B.C.

New Westminster swimmer wins silver at Synchro Canada's national qualifier championships in Calgary

The B.C. Aquasonics Senior National Stream Synchronized Swimming team, including Sarah Mcateer of New Westminster, won a silver medal at Synchro Canada's national qualifier championships in Calgary on March 23. .

Sinclair donates to local daycare

International soccer star Christine Sinclair has scored big with her donation to a local daycare. Sinclair, captain of the Canadian women's soccer team, recently donated funds to St. Barnabas Daycare through her corporate sponsors.

First-ever special education parent network day will be held in New West

The New Westminster District Parent Advisory Council and the B.C. Confederation of Parent Advisory Councils have come together to host the first-ever Special Education Parent Network Day in B.C. next month.
Big World Band serves up musical fusion

Big World Band serves up musical fusion

New Westminster resident John Oliver has been playing guitar since he was eight years old.

New Westminster school district considers layoffs to reduce deficit

Cuts would affect teachers, support staff and special education assistants

New Westminster school board approves two-week spring break

Trustees on the New Westminster school board approved a two-week spring break at their meeting Tuesday night.

New Westminster's new elementary school gets its official name

It's official, the New Westminster school board has chosen a name for its newest elementary school, set to open September of 2014, and the winner is . . . Ecole Qayqayt Elementary.

City seeks daycare provider for Queensborough hub

A non-profit childcare provider is being sought to offers services in the Queensborough Community Centre.

Lone councillor votes against tax increase

But majority vote for a 2.9 per cent hike in 2013
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