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Bestselling Irish author Maeve Binchy dies at 72

Maeve Binchy, one of Ireland's most beloved writers, has died in Dublin after a short illness at the age of 72, Irish media reported early today.

Charges laid after soldier shot at base

A soldier has been charged with attempted murder after a shooting on the weekend at Canadian Forces Base Shilo in Manitoba. Master Cpl.

New leaders for Sunset Lodge

Maj. Margaret Evans is the new executive director and Maj. George Evans the new chaplain of Sunset Lodge. The Evanses have more than 20 years of experience working with the Salvation Army and were the leadership team at Sunset Lodge 14 years ago.

Realtors rally for food banks

Realtors from around Greater Victoria concluded their annual Food Drive last week, breaking previous years' contributions with nearly 1,000 kilograms of food valued at $5,350 as well as $3,933.78 in cash and cheques.

Switching RRSPs to RRIFs

Timing is everything when converting savings to income

Holmes charged with first-degree murder

Colorado grad student also faces 116 counts of attempted murder

TSX closes flat, EU pessimism grows

The Toronto stock market rode through a calm session on Monday that ended relatively flat, with commodities mixed and concerns about the European economy grabbing most of the attention. The S&P/TSX composite index closed down 8.48 points to 11,757.
Breakfast beauty on Herald Street

Breakfast beauty on Herald Street

Jam newest venture for coffee couple

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Keep a cool head about gas: expert

Keep a cool head about gas: expert

Victoria's gas prices have been fluctuating wildly as a result of a marketing war between retail sellers, and prices have soared some days, but at least one expert says drivers need to keep a little perspective.
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