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Accounting clerk accused of fraud

A former City of Vancouver treasurer, who took more than $217,000 in taxpayer funds, is once again accused of stealing money from his employer, this time in Richmond.

Going mainstream with UFOs

Local actress stars in her first non-musical production

Real estate buyers, sellers take wait-and-see attitude

It appears everyone is taking a wait-and-see attitude on Metro Vancouver real estate, statistics released today by regional real estate boards Thursday show.

More than a place to relax

Educational garden targets seniors, children

Mounties nab suspected drug-dealing teacher

Richmond RCMP have arrested a schoolteacher for an alleged drug-dealing offence.

Education gets personal, teaching methods evolve

Mention a traditional classroom setting, and most people think of a teacher in front of a blackboard disseminating knowledge to 30plus kids who later need to regurgitate that information on a test paper.

Richmond youth charged with stabbing

Charges have been laid against two Richmond youth after a Vancouver man was stabbed last week. Casey James Hiscoe and Zi Hao Ivan Wang, both aged 18, have been charged with robbery and aggravated assault after the stabbing on Jan. 4 on on S.W.

Woman shot in tattoo parlour

Full recovery expected

Gas leak clears store

More than 500 customers and store employees were rushed out of Costco by firefighters on Sunday afternoon after a refrigeration unit started leaking a harmful gas.

Richmond Miss Congeniality pleads guilty to role in riot

A former Miss B.C. contestant has finally pleaded guilty to taking part in the notorious 2011 Stanley Cup riot.
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