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Fun for the whole family Sunday at Auto Mall

THERE'LL be a lot more than just cars on the lot this Sunday at the Northshore Auto Mall. Free pony rides, bouncy castles, live music and much more will be featured during the Auto Mall's annual family day running from noon to 4 p.m. Aug. 7.

West Vancouver Road Runner vanishes

Artist pleads for return of art piece lifted from Harmony Arts

West Vancouver's Road Runner vanishes

Artist pleads for return of art piece lifted from Harmony Arts

World food demand drives potash boom for NV port

A jump in global food prices driven in part by a soaring population has resulted in a windfall for local ports.

Growth plan changes still unresolved

METRO Vancouver's controversial new Regional Growth Strategy received final approval July 29, but a handful of amendments proposed by West Vancouver and North Vancouver district remain unresolved.

Upcoming releases

August 16 Sly Stone - I'm Back! Family & Friends; Maria Taylor - Overlook; Gold Leaves - The Ornament. August 23 Stephen Malkmus and the Jerks - Mirror Traffic.

West Vancouver to revisit beach access

District reviews grand plan to brighten paths

Do a four-hour round

IF you're like most recreational golfers, slow play is often the bane of your experience on local courses. According Patrick Mateer, author of The Return of the Four Hour Round, it doesn't have to be.

North Vancouver couple loses $1,600 in visa scam

A North Vancouver couple applying for a green card to the United States has been scammed out of more than $1,600, according to police.

Swollen tax bills are a levy on lethargy

"In general, as cities, states and countries around the world are finding out, the only thing that really stops the gravy train is a train wreck." Margaret Wente, Globe and Mail, July 21, 2011 LET us be honest.