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Murder trial hears police calls

Accused calls cops from tent where woman was dead

Leading questions fill information vacuums

"North Shore residents - especially those in the city - are entitled to answers and to an unbiased, transparent process. So far, they haven't received that, and unless something changes, council is buying itself nothing by grief.
Grouse Mountain Hockey Tournament

Grouse Mountain Hockey Tournament

North Van's Maelle Ricker wins World Cup snowboard cross race, eyes Crystal Globe

After going two years without a World Cup victory, Maelle Rickers second win in as many starts has put her in position to win another Crystal Globe.
PHOTOS: Hipstamatic Photos

PHOTOS: Hipstamatic Photos

North Van out-of-school programs safe for now

North Vancouver teachers have no immediate plans to follow West Vancouvers lead in suspending extracurricular volunteer work but that could change after Spring Break, according to the union.

Premier extols jobs program in North Van

Standing in nearly the same place she celebrated Seaspan Shipyards successful bid for an $8-billion federal shipbuilding contract six months ago, Premier Christy Clark appeared in North Vancouver Tuesday for an update on her governments jobs program.

UPDATED: Storm ends, clean-up underway

Heavy winds that led to downed trees, ferry cancellations and thousands of properties being left without power have died down, but some parts of the North Shore are still a mess. It seems to have abated.

Maintain your balance when weighing a diet

Tips emphasize common sense, not deprivation

WV teachers end out-of-hours work

Move threatens, sports, field trips, drama, grad celebrations
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