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Over $2,000 worth of tools stolen from vehicles

The following are some of the calls of interest the Delta police responded to in the South Delta area between Wednesday, July 6 and Saturday, July 9: Tsawwassen .

More help required: MLA

Develop disaster relief policy for farmers, Huntington says

Celebrate Burns Bog with annual jog and festival

The Jog for the Bog and International Bog Day festival are both slated for Sunday, July 24. The day will start off with the Jog for the Bog race from 9 to 10 a.m. (registration starts at 8 a.m.).

Activists picket Israeli owned ship at Deltaport

Activists from throughout the Lower Mainland set up an information picket at Deltaport early Tuesday morning targeting a major Israeli shipping company.

Two dogs perish in house fire

Blaze in Ladner was contained to one side of dwelling; two people taken to hospital due to smoke inhalation
Best things in Maui can be free

Best things in Maui can be free

You've spent the cash - even though you know you're pushing the family pocketbook. You've bought your plane tickets, booked your accommodations and you're en route to one of our country's favourite holiday destinations.

Delta police briefs

Here are a few of the calls that have been keeping Delta police officers busy so far this week.

Blaze at Ladner home claims canines

Delta firefighters were called out late Tuesday night to the second house fire in Ladner in less than a week.

Delta South MLA calling for more support for farmers

In the wake of this week's announcement of disaster relief funding for B.C. farmers, Delta South MLA Vicki Huntington is urging government to go further.

Carol Berner bail extended until November appeal hearing

The Delta woman convicted of impaired driving causing death in the crash that killed four-year-old Alexa Middelaer will remain out on bail until her appeal hearing in November. The B.C. Court of Appeal on Thursday set Nov.