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No one draggin' their heels here

No one draggin' their heels here

Dragon Boat Festival churns up excitement in Victoria's Inner Harbour
Blethering Place legacy drives on

Blethering Place legacy drives on

11th annual car show takes over Oak Bay Avenue this Sunday
Protection sought for Oak Bay landmark

Protection sought for Oak Bay landmark

Trial Island lighthouse subject of push for federal protection
Firefighters give big to pediatrics at Victoria General Hospital

Firefighters give big to pediatrics at Victoria General Hospital

For her first breaths of life, Lucy Hannah had a hole in her lung. Wade McReynolds weighed two pounds when he saw the light of day as a preemie at 29 weeks. Victoria General Hospital’s neonatal intensive care unit became home to their parents.

Vehicular homicide plea delayed

A woman accused of killing a motorcyclist on Canada Day will have another month to decide how she will plead.

Ground name tag spurs ground beef recall

Thrifty Foods in Colwood is recalling ground beef after an employee name tag was ground into a batch of meat on Wednesday.
Hydro rate increases to be cut back

Hydro rate increases to be cut back

BC Hydro should reduce its proposed rate increases by half and prune back a corporation that has become overstaffed and micromanaged, according to a review panel appointed by the B.C. government.
Half of 3 million HST ballots returned

Half of 3 million HST ballots returned

More than 1.6 million voters sent in their ballots for B.C.'s referendum on the harmonized sales tax, a participation rate that matches the 51 per cent turnout for the 2009 B.C. election.

Community News -briefs

RCMP garage sale, pancake breakfast; Chamber of Commerce Awards; email hitman scam

Saanich cops crack Island-wide burglary operation

Saanich police believe they've busted a sophisticated commercial break-in operation that's been plaguing Vancouver Island law enforcement agencies for months.