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Delta Farmland & Wildlife Trust gets national award

Delta Farmland & Wildlife Trust has received the National Blue-winged Teal Award for its contribution to migratory waterfowl and wetland species conservation.

Safe choice invariably leads to envy for disappointed diner

Adventurous neighbour hits menu jackpot while burger eater looks on
PHOTOS: South Delta landscape could get radical new addition

PHOTOS: South Delta landscape could get radical new addition

Trade zone uncertainty for Delta

Local politicians have questions and concerns as province researches the pros and cons

Burns Bog in spotlight in annual fest Sunday

Tours, exhibits and performances on the schedule

Jog joins Bog Day festivities

The Burns Bog Conservation Society is combining two of its popular annual events by moving the Jog for the Bog to the same day as International Bog Day celebrations.

More plans from Century

With Southpointe Academy moving across street, company looks to redevelop site

Weekend Delta police briefs

Here are a few of the calls that were keeping Delta police officers busy July 15-17. Total files: 253 Friday, July 15 North Delta: - Assault/fare no pay: 7600-block 119A Street - Unknown male was picked up by a taxi at the Scottsdale bus loop.

Group wants Delta to start planning for seniors' needs

Delta's Seniors Community Planning Team would like to see the municipality establish a committee to address the growing needs of seniors in the community.

Ladner odours not coming from local composter

East Ladner residents have been holding their noses recently. A number of complaints have come to municipal hall and Metro Vancouver regarding an obnoxious odour in the area.