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  • Motorcycles seized

    Jesse Johnston

    Two high-end motorcycles seen racing at speeds of up to 200 kilometres an hour between Coquitlam and North Vancouver have been seized by the province. The drivers were spotted by an RCMP helicopter.

  • No more jail time for Tamil Tiger fundraiser

    Jesse Johnston

    A man who pleaded guilty to raising $900 for terrorist group The Tamil Tigers won’t be getting more jail time. The BC Court of appeal rejected the Crown’s argument that the sentence was too light.

  • Deals out there with group coupons

    Andrea Macpherson/Sonia Aslam

    It’s the latest way to market your company and consumers are able to save more than a few bucks. Group coupons are an online phenomenon taking off.

  • Adrian Dix

    Dix calling on premier to give renters power

    Dan Burritt

    NDP candidate Adrian Dix has outlined a five-point plan to help renters. He wants to give them first refusal and to have the right to stop the process of renovictions.

  • Critics say Surrey Memorial expansion taking too long

    Dave White

    Critics say it took too long to get the project off the ground. The NDP is suspicious it’s a move before Premier Christy Clark calls an election. The revamped ER will open in 2014

  • Wind turbines

    BC should look to wind power in a disaster

    Andrea Macpherson

    Wind energy is helping keep the lights on during the Fukushima crisis in Japan, and no radiation is being expelled. One expert says it’s the best way to go because it doesn’t boost fuel prices.

  • Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson

    Mayor denies being involved in inquest delay

    Dave White

    Gregor Robertson says the decision to hold an inquest into the fatal Pandora Street fire after civic elections wasn’t his call. Staff pushed for a later date fearing a heavy workload.

  • The winter that never really was

    Andrea Macpherson

    Remember the chilly November when we had -20 temperatures with the wind chill. Now that we’ve officially sprung, Environment Canada thinks we’ll have a cool spring.

  • Prime Minister Stephen Harper

    Tories found in contempt of Parliament

    News1130 Staff

    A 12-page report concludes the government is in contempt due to its refusal to fully disclose the cost of its tough-on-crime agenda, corporate tax cuts and plans to purchase stealth fighter jets.

  • A map of Libya

    Ghadafi’s compound attacked

    Mike Lloyd/John Ackermann

    As air strikes pound Libya, supporters of Moammar Ghadafi are gathering at airports to act as human shields. One building at his compound has been flattened after a surprise cruise missile strike.