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Jingle, jingle, jingle

The Jingle Bell Walk/Run for Arthritis took place recently at the Westminster Quay. Participants included Sandy Sutherland and Gail Walsh (above) and, of course, a rather fit Santa Claus (at right) taking a brief hiatus from North Pole duties.

Keep active in city

Feeling charitable? Then this is a good weekend to stay in New Westminster and support local organizations.

Cote OK with new auditor

A New Westminster city councillor has no qualms about opening the city's books to the new auditor general for local government. The provincial government has named Basia Ruta as B.C.'s first auditor general for local government.

Beware pricey parking penalties

Pensioner faced $80 fine when she visited her son at rch hospital; System at Royal Columbian Hospital emergency parking lot leaves no room for errors

It was child's play on National Child Day in the city

Gingerbread scented Play Dough, giant puzzles and lots of playmates is a great recipe for a fun child day. The National Child Day celebration in New Westminster last week included all of the above and more.

Museum in the works

Interactive facility part of multi-use civic centre

District picks builders for new school

The bid to build long-overdue schools in the city got a big push today. The New Westminster school district announced that Yellowridge Design Build Ltd.

New Westminster school district picks builders for new school

The bid to build long-overdue schools in the city got a big push today. The New Westminster school district announced that Yellowridge Design Build Ltd.

The spirit of giving

Gerda Suess is selling off her vast collection of Christmas baubles to raise money for Royal Columbian Hospital.
Family loses everything in fire

Family loses everything in fire

A New Westminster family's savings went up in smoke on the weekend after fire destroyed their home.