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Mayday call leads to award

On hearing a mayday distress call that a young girl was having a severe seizure off the coast of Steveston, the crew of the Jimmy Ng rushed to the scene.

Arts Calendar

The Arts Calendar is compiled by the Richmond Arts Coalition.

Richmond Mounties search for missing Chinese tourists; second such report in less than two weeks

Police have asked for the publics help in finding two missing Chinese national tourists. Tienan SHI , 55, and Liping WU, 47, were last seen on Sept. 29 at the Sandman Signature Hotel on Bridgeport Road.

Trudeaumania sweeps into Richmond

As many as 1,000 people packed a Richmond hotel auditorium Wednesday night to find out whether the federal Liberal party's first declared leadership candidate has more to offer than a famous name.

Broadway hit questions midlife, american dream

Sylvia tells tale of a man whose midlife crisis results in him bringing home a dog

Richmond accepts Suzuki challenge

Getting 5,000 families outside this fall is no mean feat. But that's exactly why the City of Richmond has teamed up with the David Suzuki Foundation and its "Family Challenge Campaign.

Policy change aids academic competitions

Students who pursue academic extra curricular activities might soon see the same funding as their athletic peers.

Dix becomes first NDP leader to address Richmond chamber

NDP leader the first invited in society's 87 years

Six ICBC estimators axed, more may follow

Six ICBC workers have been sacked from the Richmond claims centre and more could be on their way out after an investigation into their conduct.

Pedophile's fate to be decided

Convicted child sex tourist Christopher Neil appeared in Richmond Provincial Court Monday morning but the public won't know the conditions of his release until today (Wednesday.
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