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Community centre worker charged with fraud

A former community centre worker has been charged with fraud and theft. Robert Michael Minoru Yoneda is alleged to have embezzled a "substantial sum" from the South Arm Community Association over a period of five years.

Eye diseases no laughing matter

Comic Vision event to help fund vision research

Richmond runner among two banned from Sun Run for cheating

Two runners who posted top times have been stripped of their Vancouver Sun Run results and banned from competing in future after they were found to have cheated in this year's 10-kilometre event.
Intern's life changed by Ugandan experiences

Intern's life changed by Ugandan experiences

Hugh McRoberts grad organizes fundraiser for libraries in the African country

Former WHL blueliner helps get kids into the game

Dave Dotan considers himself to be one of the fortunate ones.

Optometrist empowered by vision research, fundraising

Annual Comic Vision comes to Richmond

Cummins vows stable education funding Parents to be made part of decision-making process, says BC Conservative leader

BC Conservative Party leader John Cummins pledged four years of stabilized funding and greater input from parents in B.C.'s education system during a provincial election campaign stop in Richmond Thursday afternoon.

Police need help to catch laundry room thief

The public is being asked to help Richmond Mounties track down a man suspected of breaking into an apartment buildings laundry room. On March 12, around 6 a.m.

Flight plans grounded for travel firm

Alameda Travels Ltd. shuts shop, customers left in lurch

Sihota wants more transit

Gian Sihota (NDP) Gian Sihota, a retired transit operator and CAW union representative, who has a Bachelor of Education and Masters' degree in Economics, said he considers illegal dumping on local farmland a huge concern.