Daniel Palmer

CRD sewage committee rejects bid to delay treatment project

Non-elected oversight commission to be created to run the project

Belfry aims to recover costs from cancelled wine auction

Theatre advocates try again with Victoria fundraiser

Public input sought on CRD deer report

Local councils need to act before province takes action: staff report

Students robbed at knifepoint outside Mayfair mall

Robbery similar to incident involving young girls Nov. 14

Rankin tops Victoria byelection poll for NDP

But Victoria riding gives Greens solid support on the night

CFB Esquimalt cancels holiday lighting contest

Construction on base blamed for axing of popular event

Premium payments, new buses rile Victoria transit commission member, bus union

B.C. Transit accused of provoking union, bus 'stunt' during bargaining

Greens get nod from sitting MP, clarify ‘support’ from Suzuki

Independent MP Bruce Hyer endorses Galloway; Suzuki to issue clarification of support Saturday

A literary classic reimagined

1.9.8.4. offers unique local take on Orwell’s dystopian novel

Victoria’s Hillside Centre hits new milestone

Construction slated for completion by summer 2013, Target by 2014

Old Esquimalt Road deserves heritage status: township staff

Oldest planned road in Western Canada dates back to 1851

Victoria man lucky to be alive after ‘spectacular’ crash

VicPD still trying to determine cause of accident, man suffers serious but non-life threatening injuries

Children robbed near Hillside Mall

Eleven-year-old girls are shaken, but not hurt after suspects demand cellphones, backpacks: VicPD

Greater Victoria sewage decisions delayed

Mass public turnout at meeting; most speakers opposed to plan

Party leaders make waves

Byelection heats up as Victoria candidates gain some star power

Tourism Victoria optimistic about potential changes

Destination B.C. could help enhance city marketing plans: Tourism Victoria CEO

Victoria byelection candidates square off

First all-candidates forum well attended; sewage, harbour traffic, marijuana legalization discussed

Special Report on B.C. Ferries – Part 4: Trying to reimagine B.C. Ferries

With public input, the province hopes to get the cash-strapped corporation back on course

Police officer injured in morning collision

Emergency crews have closed Blanshard Street at Broughton Street following a collision between a police car and a civilian vehicle.

Merchant navy vets endured wartime stress

Enemy u-boats could be lurking anywhere underneath the waves