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Meier battling more than peers

Christian Meier has a day job - and a uniform - most cyclists would envy. Meier races professionally all over the world, but is based in Girona, Spain, and now spends most of his year in Europe, riding his bike against the best in his sport.

Ballots arrive, debate rages on

Both sides claiming foul as HST referendum heats up

Jackson votes against TransLink property tax hike

Mayor says Delta residents already shortchanged by transportation authority shouldn't be forced to pay more

Cameron is a hometown hero

Tour de Delta 2009 Vancouver native Ryan Anderson, racing for the Minneapolis-based Kelly Benefit Strategies team, took the overall title after reaching the podium in all three races, including a first in the criterium.

Documentary screening

The Delta Seniors Community Planning Team invites the public to a screening of The Remaining Light: A documentary film about how we care for seniors.

Smart meter installation now underway in Delta

Devices to transmit info to Hydro several times a day

Seniors seeking greater attention to their needs

Politicians urged not to delay in addressing issues

Westham couple grants wishes

Local teenager in London, England thanks to Make-A-Wish donation

B.C. Environmental Assessment Office rubber-stamping applications, says Delta South MLA

A lack of basic follow-up, clear compliance requirements and only one rejected application since 1995 shows the B.C. Environmental Assessment Office (EAO) is rubber-stamping environmental applications, says Delta South MLA, Vicki Huntington.

Delta's Jackson not pleased with Metro mayors' council vote outcome

Mayor Lois Jackson isn't pleased with the outcome of a vote that could see additional property taxes imposed to help pay for transit improvements.