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Shamed Richmond Paralympian falls foul of drugs again; Jim Armstrong cops 18 month curling ban

Richmond curling champ and Paralympics gold medalist Jim Armstrongs shoddy reputation took another dive after the World Curling Federation slapped him with an 18-month suspension.

Richmond mayor's campaign expenses dwarf rival's

Mayor Malcolm Brodies run for re-election attracted almost a quarter of a million dollars from donors, campaign contribution documents reveal.

Richmond jet fuel plan review suspended again

The environmental review into the jet fuel delivery plan has been suspended for the second time.
Man shot while leaving Richmond restaurant

Man shot while leaving Richmond restaurant

A 41-year-old man is in stable, but serious, condition after getting shot several times Saturday night while leaving a Richmond restaurant.

Mega homes on ALR stay unrestricted

Coun. Steves appalled directors backed down
Richmond gamechangers help their communities

Richmond gamechangers help their communities

Kwantlen Polytechnic University's public relations class of 2012 hosted a cocktail reception to benefit the Richmond Society for Community Living (RSCL).

Schools, universities and hospitals brainstorm in Richmond to find ways to source food locally

Less than five per cent of the food served at Canada's schools, hospitals and universities is locally grown, according to the Public Health Association of Canada.

Teens paint about sustainability

Richmond's Carol Zhang sat up one night drinking coffee and pondering the world's fragile ecosystem.

Ease tunnel congestion with extra lane on Richmond side

One solution that might alleviate the regular northbound bottleneck at the George Massey Tunnel is converting a seldomused turnoff lane on the Richmond side of the tunnel into a dedicated traffic lane, says Deltas Coun. Ian Paton.

Man stabbed on No. 1 Road

Police seek witness after knifing