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7 hrs ago | Cloverdale Reporter
Andrew Aurie Jefferson's trial on the charges took place April 14 and 15 in B.C. Supreme Court in New Westminster.
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7 hrs ago | The Now Newspaper
The cities of New Westminster and Surrey cannot agree on what to do with the Pattullo Bridge.
8 hrs ago | New Westminster Newsleader
Three national organizations have named it winner of its 2014 National Urban Design Award for civic design projects.
12 hrs ago | New Westminster Newsleader
A 36-storey rental tower proposed for Downtown New West may have died long before a shovel hit the ground.
The Surrey high school teacher who murdered his wife then burned her body is on the hook for $614,300 after his in-laws successfully sued him on behalf of his 10-year-old daughter.
A Burnaby musician who got a break when he was young that helped fire his musical ambitions is hoping to give similar opportunities to aspiring bassoonists in the Philippines.
Port Moody painter Maggie White has an exhibit of new and retrospective work - dating back to 1989 - up at the Port Moody Arts Centre called Seeing Red, Feeling the Blues & Rockin' It.
But in the battle against the invasive European chafer beetle, which savours the taste of grass roots, one of the best combat tools actually requires less effort, not more.
The Office of the Police Complaint Commissioner seems more like an expensive make-work project for bureaucrats than an effective agency.
The board of education is suspending its search for a new superintendent after John Gaiptman agreed to continue on as the district's top administrator.
The Massey Theatre and Queen's Avenue United Church will be featured in this year's New Westminster Heritage Preservation Society heritage tour.
More than 150 people attended to hear Dr. Jack Berry speak at a joint dinner between the Langley AgriculA tural Association and the New Westminster Kiwanis Club.
Residents of a White Rock condo complex unhappy with council's recent go-ahead for an eight-storey care facility immediately south of their building are asking the courts to quash the bylaw amendment that cleared the way.
She had connected with him on an Internet dating site and met him in Surrey twice to have sex, but a teen testifying in B.C. Supreme Court on Monday said one of their meet-ups turned violent and Andrew Aurie Jefferson sexually assaulted and choked her.
Noticed, late on Friday afternoon: 1) several tree removal trucks near a New Westminster apartment building, the intent clearly that of the annihilation of a copse of mature trees; and 2) a chainsaw-wielding man at a Washington State beach cottage de-limbing a stately birch that was overstepping its boundaries.