Skip to content

Local News

Driver nabbed for speeding just after getting licence back

Two days after getting his drivers licence back, a 20-year-old Richmond man has once again had his Audi impounded.

Truck traffic through tunnel could triple

The City of Richmond is raising a red flag over projections that southbound truck traffic through the Massey Tunnel could spike by 50 per cent by 2014 and triple by 2030.

Suspected fraudster loose

Police are on the hunt for a serial fraudster after he tried to dupe someone in Richmond. Richard Earl Rupert, 56, is wanted for multiple counts of fraud by police agencies all across Canada. On Feb.

Telling tales through Richmond architecture

Professor studies religious buildings' societal meanings

Around Town

SATURDAY The Rotary Club will be hosting an information booth on its campaign to eradicate polio this Saturday, Feb. 23 and Sunday, Feb. 24 at Lansdowne Centre and Richmond Centre.

Richmond youth display diverse talent at auditions

Am I damned to disappear into our society, only to have nothing to show for it? Am I being engineered to be a middle class zombie doing the same dribble, day in, day out? When 15-year-old Martin Dy spoke those words into the microphone, he was alone

Single mom wins battle to return to Oz Sarah, Simon lived in poverty while fighting for custody

Single Richmond mom wins battle to return to Australia It was the six words she'd waited two torturous years to hear - but the single mom struggled to process what the judge was telling her.

Kwantlen hosts Career Day

Career Day at Kwantlen Polytechnic University (KPU) is a free career and employment fair for all KPU students, alumni and faculty. KPUs next Career Day is March 5, 2013, at the Surrey Campus. It will take place in the main atrium from 11:00 a.m.
Richmond protestors deliver address, demand to premier's office

Richmond protestors deliver address, demand to premier's office

A group of protestors took their fight and their tractors all the way to Premier Christy Clarks constituency office.

No more space to build out: planning chair

Richmond is fast running out of space to grow and that's why the maximum building height has to increase.