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Fatal plane crash report due today

Nearly two years after the crash of a small, commercial passenger plane just short of the runway at Vancouver International Airport (YVR) that claimed the lives of two pilots and injured seven passengers, the Transportation Safety Board of Canada wil

Owner gives new life to decor from decades past

Everything old is new again. Or at least furniture can be, at Steveston's new Fab Pad. Opening on Aug. 1, the heritage building at 3480B Moncton St.

Richmondites happily rolling along Railway

Despite not being completely finished, the new Railway Avenue Greenway is getting plenty of use to mostly favourable reviews when the Richmond News paid a visit to a section Thursday afternoon.

Upcycling gets 'Posh'

Upcycle is one of those trendy words that no one really knows what it means. But Kim Sorensen, who owns the new upcycled souvenir shop It's Posh! defines it as "taking something boring and making it funky, fresh and new.

Mediation talks break down at Ikea

Mediated talks aimed at resolving a long-running labour dispute at Ikeas Richmond location reached an impasse Monday. The two sides entered discussions July 13.

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Meditation moves West

Meditation moves West

Meditation moves West By Yvonne Robertson In the second and final part of ÒEastern practice, Western form,Ó the News looks at the Buddhist tradition of meditation.

Slocan spill raises concerns about YVR pipeline

VAPOR renews calls against tankers on the South Arm supplying jet fuel

Travel back in time, return in style

Stepping into Lenny's Vintage Vault is a little like stepping into a time machine that drops you off some time between the 1920s and the 1960s.

City should park new decal program

Disabled access to city spots meant to be more inclusive