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Delta to take tax hit on ferry terminal

Assessed value reduced but compromise agreement ensures tax revenue from B.C. Ferries doesn't dry up entirely

Delta police department unveils new crest

The Delta police unveiled a new crest last week commemorating the department's 125th anniversary. The crest was released on Friday and all patrol officers will be sporting it by today.

Accused, 17, in court as one dead, another hospitalized

The suspect in the fatal stabbing on Tsawwassen First Nation land last Friday made his first court appearance Monday. Delta police spokesperson Const.

Firefighters donate $100,000 to Burn Fund Centre

Firefighters from Delta have contributed $100,000 to fund one of eight accommodation units at the new $13.1 million Burn Fund Centre to be built by the B.C. Professional Fire Fighters' Burn Fund in Vancouver.

Szendrei killer makes brief court appearance

The young North Delta man who pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in the 2010 beating death of Burnsview Secondary student Laura Szendrei made a brief appearance in Surrey provincial court on Monday.

TFN stabbing suspect facing murder, attempted murder charges

The suspect in the fatal stabbing on Tsawwassen First Nation land last Friday is expected to make his first court appearance today. On Monday morning, Delta police spokesperson Const.

Delta to take tax hit on Tsawwassen ferry terminal

Delta will be losing some of the taxes it collects from B.C. Ferries properties, but the reduction could have been much worse. The B.C. Assessment Authority announced last week it has reached a compromise on assessments for all B.C.

Suspect in custody after fatal TFN stabbing

Police have a 17-year-old suspect in custody after a fatal stabbing on Tsawwassen First Nations land Friday night.

One dead after TFN double stabbing

One teen is dead and another is in critical condition after a stabbing at Tsawwassen First Nations Friday night. Delta police were called to the 1700-block of Tsawwassen Drive at about 10:10 p.m.