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Cultural diversity helps Galloway's celebrate 75th anniversary

Richmond resident honoured for being the 'lifeblood' of the community

A Richmond resident has been honoured by the Canadian Blood Services at a national ceremony in Ottawa for her contributions to the nations blood system.

Whitecaps CEO Paul Barber speaks in Richmond

Vancouver Whitecaps CEO Paul Barber will be speaking at the upcoming Richmond Chamber of Commerce luncheon on Thursday, Sept. 29. Barber will discuss business and the changing landscape.

Teenager suspected to be missing in Richmond is found in Vancouver

A missing 16-year-old girl who landed at YVR last week from China has been found safe and well in Vancouver. Miki Xia, who lives in Calgary but was visiting family in China, was reported missing after being last seen on Sept.

Same Richmond bank hit twice - by a car

A bank in Richmond city centre is becoming a bit of a hit for all the wrong reasons. Twice inside two weeks, the RBC branch at No. 3 and Cook roads has been subjected to drivers hitting the gas instead of the brake.

School districts report surpluses

Several B.C. school districts ended the last school year with budget surpluses, due in part to cheques cut in June by the Education Ministry. Richmond district had a $9.5-million surplus at the end of 2010-11, Abbotsford reported an extra $6.

Cops for Cancer rides into Richmond

If it werent for years of research into childhood leukemia, Carol de Haas believes her daughter Michelle wouldnt be here today.

Granny flats, coach houses will destroy neighbourhoods: Day

The decision to allow granny flats and coach houses to be built in residential Richmond is the beginning of the end for the citys neighbourhoods.

Distracted driver month proclaimed

Mayor Malcolm Brodie takes the wheel, left hand steering. His face squeezed in concentration as he tries to focus on the road ahead while entering numbers given to him by an instructor into a calculator in his right hand -- as if he were texting.

What would you like in your community centre?

The City of Richmond is asking the public to step up and tell it what they'd like to see in their new community centre. Currently in the public consultation phase, the new 33,000 sq. ft.
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