Tom Zytaruk

Surrey man loses bid to have sentence reduced in dramatic carjacking case

Edward Joseph Biwer, 26, was sentenced in Surrey provincial court in March.

Surrey businesses surveyed about government red tape

City of Surrey best, feds the worst, according to respondents

Suspect faces six charges in Surrey’s Royal Heights shooting

A 33-year-old Surrey man in Royal Heights was shot on Nov. 23.

ICBC says one car broken into every hour in B.C.

Roughly 10,000 vehicles were broken into throughout the province in 2016

Candlelight vigil held for Surrey basketball player, who is remembered as ‘great kid’ with ‘promising future’

Panorama Ridge Secondary’s Raphael Alcoreza died in hospital Thursday night after collapsing mid-game

Accused loses bid to be tried separately in Surrey group beating

Victim beaten with fists and weapons, resulting in injuries to his face, neck, shoulders and back.

Inquest finds Surrey man died of meth toxicity

Coroners jury make recommendations to Surrey Mounties

University report on Surrey’s LRT plan favours SkyTrain

Surrey Mayor Linda Hepner ‘would agree to disagree”

VIDEO: Surrey elementary school finally gets its treasured playground

Newton’s Surrey’s W.E. Kinvig elementary celebrates new playground with concert, cake and ribbon cutting

Surrey to get 295 new licensed childcare spots

The provincial government has earmarked $1.1 million in funding

‘Evil won that day,’ Surrey mom says

Eileen Mohan: ‘It was a day where the devil had won for justice’

Surrey’s thoracic surgeons on cutting edge

New equipment enables surgeons to perform “incision-less” procedures with better outcomes for patients

UPDATED: Charges stayed against Jamie Bacon in Surrey Six massacre

Court grants application to have first-degree murder and conspiracy charges essentially dropped

UPDATED: Suspicious house fire in Newton displaces seven

Nobody was injured in the fire called in at 9 a.m. Friday, at 68th Avenue and 140th Street.

B.C. boosts funding for women, children affected by violence

Premier John Horgan said that funding for these kinds of services “has been stagnant,” in the past

OUR VIEW: Surrey’s mystery 135A Street donor is A-okay

Someone with a giant heart anonymously donated hundreds of blankets to help Surrey’s homeless stay warm

VIDEO: Surrey Christmas Bureau launches with bike give-away

Last year the bureau helped more than 2,000 families and expects that number to swell this year

Average Surrey household to see $154.07 tax increase in 2018

This past year’s tax increase for the average Surrey household was $137

Free energy saving kits at Surrey event

BC Hydro handing out free energy saving kits at 101-13085 115 Ave. on Dec. 2, 7 a.m. to 11 a.m.

ZYTARUK: Research is almost always a good thing

It’s good to know your history, be it real or ficticious.