Aaron Hinks

BCLC changes policy after shredding co’s alleged privacy breach

ShredWise CEO says allegations are ‘simply untrue’

White Rock shredding company says privacy breach allegations are ‘simply untrue’

A ‘whistleblower’ reported to media that sensitive documents were left exposed to the public

White Rock dog poop conspiracy picks up steam

Opponent says theory is a ‘load of crap’

Missing Surrey woman found safe

Surrey RCMP say Deborah-Lynn Hurshman was found safe

Vehicle plows through White Rock business

Incident happened at Kidazzles (1253 Johnston Rd.)

Planned Crescent Beach cell tower to be relocated

South Surrey residents – who raised health concerns related to electromagnetic fields – find success

White Rock Muslim Association: ‘We pray for those who departed’

Former president Asad Syed says Muslim community praying for victims

Holes in South Surrey fir’s trunk concern neighbour

Residents raise alarm over possible vandalism to mature fir

White Rock bylaw increasing dog patrols on promenade

Officers taking public awareness approach over writing violation tickets

Repaired White Rock Pier to include concrete deck

The city has issued an RFP for reconstruction of the structure, which was damaged last December

White Rock needs a new City Hall: corporate report

New building could cost $16 to $20 million

BCLC investigating after allegations raised against White Rock shredding company

Intact casino playing cards left unguarded: whistleblower

White Rock to host public hearing on Lady Alexandra project Monday evening

Public will be given opportunity to speak to building heights on the 1300-block of Johnston Rd.

South Surrey’s Parklander proceedings delayed

Parklander asks Supreme Court to set aside RTB decision

Medical records, SIN numbers exposed by White Rock shredding company: whistleblower

Documents allegedly stockpiled in truck parking lot

White Rock business forced to move after city’s iconic pier destroyed

White Rock Sea Tours to relocate to Crescent Beach

Residents raise health concerns after cell tower announced in Crescent Beach

Carl Katz says he has a moderate sensitivity to electromagnetic fields

Semiahmoo Peninsula youngsters compete in robotics competition

Winners to advance to provincial competition

White Rock’s Feasts for Friends gives $3,000 to food bank

Group of neighbours hosted dinner party fundraiser for food bank