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City buys last piece of bog forest

The last piece of Richmonds northeast bog forest has been snapped up by the city. Mayor Malcolm Brodie, accompanied by B.C.

Richmond residents want small planes relocated

The deadly crash last week of a twin-engined Beechcraft King Air 100 aircraft short of a runway at Vancouver International Airport has brought back bad memories for a group of Richmond residents.
Richmond's new public safety headquarters opens to marching Red Serge and bagpipes

Richmond's new public safety headquarters opens to marching Red Serge and bagpipes

Crash hero finds solace in firefighters

The night after he helped rescue three people from the flaming wreckage of Northern Thunderbird Air Flight 204, Jeremy Kerr remembers repeatedly pacing his apartment floor.

Residents want small planes relocated

The deadly crash of a twin-engined Beechcraft King Air 100 aircraft short of a runway at Vancouver International Airport has brought back bad memories for a group of Richmond residents.

Anti-Smart Meter campaigners told to tell province

City council calls for moratorium but has no say in implementation

Community station to service city centre

In a bid to address concerns over a lack of police presence, a city centre community RCMP office is being readied in Richmond.

Senior convicted in killing

Jean Ann James found guilty of first-degree murder

City of Richmond urges anti-Smart Meter campaigners to direct energy at province

Richmond's provincial politicians and B.C. premier had better watch out - there's a Richmond-born Smart Meter protest coming soon to their doors.

YVR celebrates routes to UK, China

YVR is celebrating this week after two major airlines announced intentions to fly into Vancouver. Virgin Atlantic launches a new route between Vancouver and London Heathrow in May 2012 - letting up to 40,000 customers fly between the cities.