North Shore News photographers choose their favourite photos from 2018

We gave you a feature piece containing some of the biggest and best stories that happened on the North Shore in 2018.

Then we gave you a second piece with even more of the best, biggest and boldest stories from the second half of last year.

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There was also a delightfully challenging and whimsical year-end news quiz for those that had been paying attention.

Sports editor Andy Prest rounded out his year-end coverage with an in-depth list of the Top Five North Shore sports stories of 2018.

And restaurant reviewer and columnist Chris Dagenais whet our appetites with his 11 favourite meals he ate on the North Shore in 2018, while auto columnist Brendan McAleer sounded off on the coolest cars he drove during the year.

We're rounding out our end-of-year coverage (yes, we know it's 2019 already ...) with some of our photographers' favourite photos that they snapped during the preceding 12 months.

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Parham Esfahani hugs his two-year-old golden retriever Zoey in May after winning a dispute with his strata council forbidding large dogs - photo Paul McGrath, North Shore News
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Retiring judges Doug Moss and William Rodgers reflect on 27 years as colleagues on the bench at North Vancouver provincial court, in May - photo Lisa King, North Shore News
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A snowboarder takes advantage of trucked-in snow to ride a rail at the sixth annual Uncapped Rail Jam at Capilano University in February - photo Mike Wakefield, North Shore News
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Karen Stark,Tiffany Phillips and Jeanelle Hazlett took part in the inaugural Gowns on the Grind event in September in order to raise money for the not-for-profit organization KidSport - photo Paul McGrath, North Shore News
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Nine-year-old Oscar Robindell tied for first place in the pie-eating contest during Deep Cove Daze in August - photo Cindy Goodman, North Shore News
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Players from the North Shore Baseball Association line up during opening day ceremonies at North Van’s Chris Zuehlke Memorial Park in April - photo Cindy Goodman, North Shore News
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Block star Seven-year-old Adrina Nazemi plays with her Lego creation ahead of West Vancouver Community Centre Society’s Blocks, Bricks and Build Festival in May - photo Cindy Goodman, North Shore News
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A young girl watches as the parade makes its way down Lynn Valley Road to kick off Lynn Valley Days annual community festival in June - photo Paul McGrath, North Shore News
 
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Artist Andrew Tavukciyan rolls some colour and creativity onto the south wall of the Birch Building at Capilano University with one of nine murals erected to celebrate Capilano’s 50th anniversary - photo Mike Wakefield, North Shore News
 
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Tourists Bram Lambrechts and Joke Ignoul watch a helicopter battling a forest fire north of Horseshoe Bay in August - photo Lisa King, North Shore News
 
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Acclaimed photojournalist Ralph Bower poses with some of his pics, and a Speed Graphic 4x5 camera, in the lead up to an exhibition of his work held in June. - photo Mike Wakefield, North Shore News

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