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B.C. researchers in forefront of bid to halt honeybee decline; 150 beekeepers buzz into Richmond

Beekeepers are hoping two important breakthrough studies being done by University of British Columbia researchers will help solve a worldwide problem that is leading to a dangerous decline in honeybees.

Ageless Volunteerism gets job done at Richmond Food Bank

Since its launch last month, Ageless Volunteerism at the Richmond Food Bank has successfully attracted a corps of past and new volunteers to help on Saturdays with the myriad of chores at the food bank.

Richmond hotel named ninth best employer in Canada

Delta Hotels and Resorts was ranked ninth on the 50 Best Employers in Canada list by Aon Hewitt. This is the twelfth consecutive year Delta has placed on the list, but first year to rank in the top ten.

Camera pervert exposed

A 21-year-old man got caught filming up an unsuspecting woman's skirt in the middle of a busy town centre store. Harshit Garcha shot the video while he walked around Winners in Lansdowne Centre.

Exchange funds remain popular

The popularity of exchange-traded funds (ETFs) has grown exponentially. Today, there are nearly 1,000 ETFs globally and the numbers continue to rise. In both bear and bull markets, investors have enjoyed the benefits of ETFs.

WorkSafe's flash mob garners kudos

WorkSafeBC in Richmond is the winner of the Provincial/Crown Corporation thanks to its novel way of spreading the message about workplace safety and health - both internally to staff and in the outside community.

Baseball bat hugs beat teens

Boys were attacked in broad daylight

Feet matched to suicide victim

The B.C. Coroners Service announced this week it has identified a woman whose feet washed ashore near Ladner in 2008. The two feet washed up on two separate beaches several months apart.

Grieving kin to bring body of Richmond-born man home

The family of a Richmond-born man who died last week in a crash in Malaysia is travelling to Kuala Lumpur to bring his body home.

YVR guard wins $1.5 million in Lotto 6/49

A security guard at the Vancouver International Airport has a big smile after winning $1.5 million on his Lotto 6/49 ticket. Surrey, B.C. resident Jalil Khan matched all six numbers on the October 15 Bonus draw to win the prize.
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