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Kin to bring body 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.

Some candidates cautious of living wage

Campaign asks nominees to endorse anti-poverty policy

Spa, wine tasting part of ploy to get confession

Accused killer Jean Ann James admitted to an undercover cop that she was a suspect in the murder of her friend, but denied any involvement in the homicide, a jury heard on Monday.

There's spooky good times in Richmond this Halloween

This Halloween, The Zone Bowling Centre will be full of ghostly and spooky apparitions. The centres 2nd Annual Cosmic BooLing Food Drive happens this Saturday, Oct. 29.

Two men charged in TransLink scam; tickets should have been shredded at Richmond plant

Two men have been charged with stealing and trying to sell TransLink Faresaver tickets worth $153,000.

Charges laid after raid on meth lab

Three Richmond men are among a group that have been charged following the discovery of a massive meth lab in a residential area in the summer.

City hosts noise open house

The City of Richmond is hosting an open house to discuss ongoing noise issues. The impact of noise in evolving communities is a "complex issue," according to the city and it wants the public to get involved.

Water drops a little longer

The Biennale temporary public art exhibition may be over, but one "guest" has asked to stick around a bit longer. All of the art installations in Richmond were due to be moved on by the end of the year.

Biennale artwork may stay in Richmond until 2013

The Biennale temporary public art exhibition may be over, but one guest has asked to stick around a bit longer. All of the art installations in Richmond were due to be moved on by the end of the year.
Richmond radio host recognized for achievements

Richmond radio host recognized for achievements

Richmonds Andy Walsh has the voice of God. So said Neil Gallagher, former radio program manager at CFUN, CHQM FM and AM.