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Richmond RCMP allow farmers' blockade to stay - for now

Local farmers who rallied together early Wednesday morning to blockade the entrance to an empty farm at the 9300-block of Finn Road are temporarily being allowed to stay, said longtime-farmer Ray Galawan.

Health officials remind residents to get flu shot, lower rates

Don't let your guard down, keep washing your hands, and get a flu shot. That's the message from Vancouver Coastal Health officials who continue to advise the public to protect themselves from the annual rise in influenza cases.

Richmond woman loses murder appeal

The conviction of an elderly Richmond woman found guilty of murdering her friend more than 20 years ago has been upheld by the B.C. Court of Appeal. In November 2011, a B.C.

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Richmond brothers acquitted in assault

Two Richmond brothers have been acquitted of an alleged gay-bashing assault after a Vancouver provincial court judge ruled Monday prosecutors had not proven they were the same pair who beat up two men outside their Downtown Vancouver condo building.

Brodie has prescription for unused medication

If you are having the urge to purge your medicine cabinet of those bottles and plastic containers of old and possibly expired drugs, Richmond Mayor Malcolm Brodie, and provincial health and pharmacy association officials reminded the public there's a

Richmond plans for social needs of 2022

As Richmond grows so does demand for accessibility, affordable housing and more

MP takes aim at elder abuse

The Conservatives struck again with their "tough on crime" stance. This time, Richmond MP Alice Wong presented a new act at the Minoru Seniors Centre Monday afternoon, which ensures tougher sentences for elder abuse crimes.

Gaining new respect for Ironman in Puerto Rico

The island is home to one of the highest ziplines in the Western world

Teresa Wat to run for Liberals in Richmond Centre

The BC Liberals announced Wednesday afternoon they have appointed Teresa Wat as their candidate in the riding of Richmond Centre for Mays provincial election.
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