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More North Delta properties can be subdivided after bylaw update

The zoning bylaw amendment makes 347 residential properties in North Delta eligible to be subdivided

Kanakos proposes whistle-blower policy for Delta staff

The idea came out of “questionable situations” around the Enviro-Smart Organics composting facility

Delta to spend $80K to replace Annieville Lions Park playground

The equipment, built in 2001, had rotted and was removed on Aug. 15

New left-turn lane proposed for Scott Road on North Delta/Surrey border

TransLink will fund the $130K project to create better access to two complexes in North Delta

Pellet gun prompts police response in North Delta

Police responded to the call around 8:30 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 27

Pot production a possibility on Delta farmland

Amendments to Delta’s zoning bylaw could see cannabis production permitted on farmland

Delta police investigating indecent act in Sunshine Hills

A man alledgedly exposed himself to a woman in Sunshine Hills Park Tuesday

Delta train enthusiasts looking for a new home for club

The Delta Model Railway Club welcomes all modellers, and now hopes a new building will welcome them

Delta baseball star died of a stroke, not from vaping

A coroner determined Tsawwassen teen Kyle Losse’s death in January of this year was of natural causes

At the Vancouver Landfill, bird safety is paramount

The Raptors’ bird team has worked the landfill in Delta for three years keeping gulls off the garbage

Thief nabbed in North Delta, despite not falling for bait bike

Delta’s bait bike program started this summer

Surrey men charged in North Delta forcible confinement incident

The two men are facing charges after alledgedly confining two employees during a break-in this month

North Delta family donates 141 bags of cat food thanks to flyer campaign

Jamie Shannon and her kids collected coupons from the community to support local animal shelters

Traffic tickets up, theft-from-auto down in Delta this spring

Crime statistics show Delta maintained its low crime rate, despite small increases in some offences

Delta one of top spenders, taxers in Metro Vancouver: report

Delta spent $1,823 per resident on public services in 2016, but took in $2,564 per person in revenue

Motorcycle deaths prompt safety warning from Cloverdale mother

Natalie White’s son died in an accident this June; she’s hoping other drivers won’t share his fate

New parking study planned for Cloverdale town centre

The study will be completed in the coming months and incorporated into the town centre plan

B.C. scientist bringing seabird conservation to the forefront at international congress

Bird Studies Canada’s David Bradley is co-convening a symposium on biosecurity for island species

Langley woman’s graduation marks expansion of PTSD service dog program

Delta-based B.C. and Alberta Guide Dogs Society and Vancouver Island Compassion Dogs merging to service to more veterans

Bishop announces ‘campaign kick-off’ in bid for Delta mayor

Aug. 20 events include a business breakfast, a campaign lunch and a late-afternoon reception