Robert Mangelsdorf

UPDATED: Ladner Leisure Centre collapse closes arena

A portion of the Ladner Leisure Centre has collapsed, closing the arena until further notice. No one was injured in the collapse.

Delta teachers welcome supreme court ruling

DTA president Paul Steer said he is hopeful the decision will mean more support for students with special needs and smaller class sizes.

Serial criminals a drain on police resources

Treatment a better option than jail for criminals with mental health issues: Chief

Delta Triathlon registration fills up in record time

All 350 spaces for adult competitors filled up in under an hour and 15 minutes, but volunteers still needed.

North Delta skater sees world with Disney

It’s a long way from Sun God Arena to the bright lights of New York City, and figure skater Leanne Butler has been everywhere in between.

New tourism board to put Delta on the map

Partnership aims to let travellers know about the many local tourist hot spots here in Delta

FACE TO FACE: Men’s health no laughing matter

For many men, the thought of a prostate exam is liable to produce cringes or nervous laughter.

Tsawwassen man’s body found by US Coast Guard

Delta man went missing on the night of Oct. 7 while retrieving crab traps

CUPE contract to cost Delta School District $850K

The provincial government’s new contract with school support staff includes a 3.5 per cent raise, but it’s up to SD37 to pay for it.

FACE TO FACE: Sarah Swallow

Delta Police A/Sgt. Sarah Swallow says she always knew she wanted to become a police officer.

Public hearing called into DPD misconduct claims

B.C. Police Complaint Commissioner will be holding a public hearing into allegations of police misconduct by two Delta Police officers.

Hot July spells trouble for bog

The driest summer on record makes Burns Bog a dangerous place

Guns taken off Delta streets during amnesty

The province's month-long gun amnesty program in June resulted in a veritable arsenal being turned in to the Delta Police Department

Best and brightest honoured by Rotary

In all there were 28 Delta youth between the ages of 10 to 18 who were recognized

A wheel long time

Toyota’s CAPTIN aluminum wheel manufacturing plant in Tilbury celebrates 30 years.

Big changes for couples under new Family Law Act

Out-of-court options favoured for divorce settlement

FACE TO FACE Karoline Cullen: Delta Photo Club aims to inspire

Next month the club is holding its third annual Delta Photo Inspirations event, which features keynote speaker Christopher Morris

McDonald blasts NDP over tunnel replacement

BC Liberal candidate for Delta South says the NDP don't have a solution to tunnel replacement

Tsawwassen First Nation in shock after murder

The Tsawwassen First Nation is in a state of shock after a vicious stabbing Friday night left a 16-year-old girl dead.

Glendinning pleads guilty

Glendinning will be back in court March 8 for sentencing, and could face a maximum sentence of 25 years and six months in jail.