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'Miss Congeniality' rioter from Richmond set to plead guilty: Lawyer

A former pageant contestant from Richmond charged with participating in the Stanley Cup riot intends to plead guilty, says her lawyer.

Bring good fortune this year with lobster in cream

The year of the dragon is upon us and as such, the News knows how important food is in celebrating the Chinese New Year. Once again, the News approached Richmonds Colin Foo to prepare a dish that will grace his table during this years festivities.

City battles sub-zero conditions

The snowstorm that's been hammering much of the Lower Mainland this week finally arrived in Richmond on Wednesday morning - just in time for the morning commute.

Dragons larger than life

Embrace change this year, lucky stars on your path (Predictions by Sherman Tai)

Order found amongst wild on an African safari

The pecking hierarchy is all the more clear in the depths of the Serengeti

Richmond winery attempts to open restaurant

A move to add a restaurant inside a winery is being backed by City of Richmond staff. The Lulu Island Winery wants to add the food and beverage service, but must first ask permission from the city.

Blast of Arctic air blows out power in Richmond

Spike in demand as mercury plunged blamed for mass outage

Pharma boss faces U.K. extradition for stolen drugs

The former head of a Richmond pharmaceutical company is facing extradition to the United Kingdom after being caught allegedly possessing $9-million worth of stolen drugs in 2007. A committal hearing for Mahmood Sheraly Aziz is scheduled for B.C.

Richmond Arts Awards and Maritime Festival get money in the 'bank'

The Richmond Arts Awards and the Richmond Maritime Festival will receive a cash injection after being endorsed by a bank.

Holding companies help the small business

According to Industry Canada, only 51 per cent of small and medium-sized businesses in Canada survive for five years.