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Street Crew makes bust in mall washroom

An 18-year-old male was arrested last week at Sunnycrest Mall and is facing charges of possession of marijuana for the purpose of trafficking.

Church ownership dispute settled

After more than a year of disputes over the ownership of St. Andrew's Anglican Church in Madeira Park, Rev. Barclay Mayo and his congregation have decided to move out of the building. Along with several other conservative B.C.

Indian Band swears in new council

Chief Stan Dixon of the Sechelt Indian Band is no stranger to politics.

Suspected pot plane lands in Sechelt

A small plane that landed in Sechelt on March 30 is being held by police on suspicion of being involved in marijuana smuggling.

Paramedics injured in crash

Two B.C. Ambulance paramedics were injured in a multiple vehicle accident on Hwy. 101 Tuesday afternoon. Shortly before 3 p.m. on April 5, Sunshine Coast RCMP responded to the two-vehicle collision in the 4900 block of Hwy.

Mucking out stalls never looked so good

Celeste Makow's long time passion of horses is what has inspired her debut fashion collection, Outlaw. It combines technical fabrics and details with vintage western styling for horse-enthusiast women aged 20 to 30.

Man in hospital after motorcycle crash

A 50-year-old Sunshine Coast man was airlifted to hospital in Vancouver Wednesday morning after a serious collision on Hwy. 101. Sunshine Coast RCMP and paramedics responded to the accident on Hwy. 101 near Leek Road in Roberts Creek just after 10 a.

Community crisis response unit acquired

The Salvation Army (Sunshine Coast Community Church and Ministries) announced this week the arrival of its own community crisis response unit (CCRU). There are currently 13 such vehicles in use by the Salvation Army in B.C.

Pre-trial conference set

Two men accused of assaulting longboarders in Pender Harbour May 24, 2004, will have their pre-trial conference by phone on April 26 after their lawyer was unable to make a March 24 pre-trial conference.

Sechelt youths honoured with awards

Three young people from Sechelt along with 38 of their peers from across B.C. became the latest Queen's Venturers last week.
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