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Trucks fail at 43% clip in annual inspection blitz

Last week's three-day commercial vehicle inspection blitz saw more than 40 per cent of those trucks inspected given an out of service rating.

Police kept busy with rash of bicycle thefts

The following are some of the calls of interest the Delta police responded to in the South Delta area between Monday, June 17 and Saturday, June 22: Tsawwassen . June 17, 10: 18 p.m.
Photos part 3: South Delta Secondary School Grads Strut their Stuff

Photos part 3: South Delta Secondary School Grads Strut their Stuff

Fundraiser set for next weekend supports upcoming mission trip

Kari Wiens and her husband to be posted for seven-and-a-half-months

Local group bringing clean water to Africa

A group of local residents is raising funds to help with efforts to bring water to an impoverished village in Africa. Steve and Linda Kovacs are planning their sixth trip to Africa.

Delta police setting up Counter Attack road blocks this long weekend

Delta police have partnered with ICBC to bring a holiday tradition back this long weekend. Delta officers will be joining police officers across the Lower Mainland in setting up Counter Attack road blocks this Canada Day long weekend.
Congregation on move

Congregation on move

Too many risks to move forward with incinerator

Editor: After watching the horrendous flooding in Alberta, I hope both the Tsawwassen First Nation and Metro Vancouver reconsider any plans they have to establish a garbage burning facility on TFN land.

Fundraiser set for next weekend supports upcoming mission trip

Kari wiens and her husband to be posted for seven-and-a-half-months

Bruno marti recognized by VCC for culinary arts contributions

Bruno Marti, celebrated chef and former owner of Ladner's La Belle Auberge restaurant, was honoured by Vancouver Community College at the 2013 Outstanding Alumni Awards dinner this week.