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Vikki Hui

Vikki Hui

Vikki Hui is a digital reporter at Richmond News with a focus on community issues and local arts. She grew up in Hong Kong and has a passion for documenting the local feral bunny population.

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vhui@richmond-news.com

Recent Work by Vikki

City of Richmond gets top scores for fiscal transparency, says report

City of Richmond gets top scores for fiscal transparency, says report

Richmond tied with Quebec City in the top ranks in C.D. Howe Institute's latest report on municipal budgets and financial statements.
Jagmeet Singh to join workers at YVR Friday for living wage rally

Jagmeet Singh to join workers at YVR Friday for living wage rally

NDP leader Jagmeet Singh will join airport workers in rallying for a $25 living wage.
Sale ordered for Richmond luxury hotel in $80M debt

Sale ordered for Richmond luxury hotel in $80M debt

The 100-room Versante Hotel is being listed for $98 million in a court-ordered sale.
Gridlocked Richmond Sheraton strike prompts new union by hotel staff

Gridlocked Richmond Sheraton strike prompts new union by hotel staff

A new association was formed following discontent with Unite Here Local 40; no new mediator has been appointed since December 2023.
Man charged for alleged B.C. identity fraud spree awaits bail hearing

Man charged for alleged B.C. identity fraud spree awaits bail hearing

The alleged incidents took place across the Lower Mainland.
Disney Mickey & Friends figurines recalled due to choking hazard

Disney Mickey & Friends figurines recalled due to choking hazard

Beware of Donald Duck and Daisy Duck's heads, warns Health Canada.
Southbound right lane closed in Massey Tunnel for emergency work

Southbound right lane closed in Massey Tunnel for emergency work

Southbound traffic on Highway 99 in Richmond is backed up to Highway 91
Dog 'on the lam' found safe in Richmond dumpster after 6 months

Dog 'on the lam' found safe in Richmond dumpster after 6 months

Alonso the dog ran away from his foster family last year.
'Increasing urgency': Trial date set for stalled Richmond Atmosphere project

'Increasing urgency': Trial date set for stalled Richmond Atmosphere project

Atmosphere expects to get a response on its building permit application by mid-March.
Prawn fisher slapped with $16K fine for Steveston violation

Prawn fisher slapped with $16K fine for Steveston violation

The conviction came almost four years after the offence.
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