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New Westminster school district's secretary treasurer on medical leave

The New Westminster school district's secretary-treasurer is off on a medical leave for an undetermined amount of time.

Massey residents choose new president

The Massey Victory Heights Residents' Association has elected a new board of directors.

Keep busy in city

It's time to celebrate British Columbia's first official long weekend in February, when the inaugural Family Day takes place on Monday, Feb. 11. Here are our offerings for the Feb.

Making pathway safer

New Westminster will consider ways of improving safety and accessibility on a section of the B.C. Parkway.

Banks promised buckets of coppers

Demise of penny might produce a new generation of coin collectors

A jubilee of winners

New Westminster's Deputy Police Chief has received the Queen's Diamond Jubilee medal for his outstanding contributions to policing. Mayor Wayne Wright and Chief Const. Dave Jones recognized Deputy Chief Const. Laurin Stenerson at the Feb.

Mark Moody's birthday

We trust that many of you have noted the 150 year anniversary of the London, England subway, "the underground," which is being celebrated this year, to mark its start in 1863.

Council gets lesson in 'fugitive' coal dust

Port Metro Vancouver is seeking detailed information about "fugitive dust" and other issues related to a proposed coal transport facility at Fraser Surrey Docks.

Two-week break shouldn't affect pay, union says

A two-week spring break could be in the cards for New Westminster schools, but a local union president wants to ensure that any changes won't impact support staff's bottom line.

Erasing the line between print and digital

Record launches first print edition using Layar
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