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Four bike competitors arrested on Mount Washington

After-event partying by some mountain bike participants at Mount Washington over the weekend resulted in property damage and an assault with a fire extinguisher.
Sex partners urged to disclose infections via e-cards

Sex partners urged to disclose infections via e-cards

B.C. joins online service to help battle spread of disease
B.C. quit-smoking plan attracts critics

B.C. quit-smoking plan attracts critics

B.C.'s plan to fund nicotine patches and gum for smokers has been lauded by the Canadian Cancer Society and other health organizations, but the program has its detractors.
Muddled inquiry new blow to families of missing women

Muddled inquiry new blow to families of missing women

Doubts hang over probe into serial killer Pickton's slaying spree

Stay out of the Puntledge River, reminds BC Hydro

In the interest of safety, BC Hydro is advising the public to avoid the Puntledge River due to high water levels from the evening of Monday, Aug. 8 after 10 p.m. and throughout Tuesday.

Puntledge River rising again, warns BC Hydro

In the interest of safety, BC Hydro is advising the public to avoid the Puntledge River due to high water levels from the evening of Aug. 8 after 10 p.m. through Aug. 9.
Motorcycle rider airlifted to Victoria hospital after mishap near Little River ferry terminal

Motorcycle rider airlifted to Victoria hospital after mishap near Little River ferry terminal

A motorcyclist was airlifted to Victoria General Hospital after a serious crash Wednesday around 7:30 p.m. near the Little River ferry terminal.
Former Comox Valley man pedalling around the planet

Former Comox Valley man pedalling around the planet

The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. For Bruce Gordon, a circumnavigation of the globe began with the first push of a pedal on his Bacchetta recumbent bike.
Last HST ballots collected for count

Last HST ballots collected for count

The fate of B.C.'s harmonized sales tax should be known by the end of August.
Lots of fish caught — and that's no bull

Lots of fish caught — and that's no bull

Many fish bit and lots were caught during the 25th annual Bullhead Derby, the largest catch-and-release event of its kind in the Pacific Northwest, last Saturday at Nautical Days in Comox.