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Poacher found guilty of illegally hunting dunlin and heron in Delta

Hang Jian Guo has been convicted in B.C. Provincial Court for illegal hunting in Delta under the Migratory Birds Convention Act 1994.
Cops for Cancer riders begin epic journey

Cops for Cancer riders begin epic journey

Delta mayor marks National Tree Day with planting

Delta mayor marks National Tree Day with planting

Mayor Lois Jackson, accompanied by staff and members of the Surdel Scout Group, planted a tree outside the North Delta Recreation Centre Wednesday in honour of the first National Tree Day.

Kiwanis donates movie night proceeds to Reach campaign

Reach Child and Youth Development Society received $1,661.05 from the Kiwanis Club of Tsawwassen/Ladner toward its efforts to build a child development centre in Ladner.

SDMHA announce scholarship winners

South Delta Minor Hockey Association recently awarded scholarships and bursaries to deserving graduating players from the 2010-2011 season.

Walking shouldn't be a constant high-wire act

High heels have nothing on good pair of sensible shoes

Delta Secondary students to get heads shaved for Cops for Cancer

Locks to be lost on day Tour de Valley team rides through South Delta

Corporation defends North Delta

North Delta has been getting a bum rap recently and this week Delta set out to defend the community.

New Delta MP 'in the thick' of new crime bill

Rookie MP Kerry-Lynne Findlay will be involved in trying to pass a new sweeping crime bill introduced by her Conservative government in Ottawa this week.

Governments join forces on 80th Street overpass

A number of different levels of government and stakeholders came together last week to celebrate the construction of the 80th Street overpass.