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Thieves break through wall of Douglas Street business to get at Apple iPads and computers

Thieves could be illegally selling stolen Apple computer products worth a combined total of about $40,000, Saanich police report.
Lovebird's art makes Dragon's Den

Lovebird's art makes Dragon's Den

A Victoria bird with an insatiable desire to shred paper is making a pitch on the Dragons’ Den tonight.

Piece of Victoria heritage knocked down to clean up contaminated soil beneath

Excavators knocked down a chunk of Victoria’s history on Wednesday, but it will take five years to ready the site for redevelopment. The Instrumentation Building at 512 Pembroke St., built in 1888 and owned by B.C. extras

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Rebel who helped capture Gadhafi dies of injuries inflicted in attack

One of the young Libyan rebels credited with capturing Moammar Gadhafi in a drainage ditch nearly a year ago died Tuesday of injuries after being kidnapped, beaten and slashed by the late dictator's supporters - the latest victim of persistent violen

Web-savvy Duncan recognized by Google with its eTown Award

Duncan is one of five centres in Canada to win Google's eTown Award, which celebrates towns where small businesses are investing in online tools and resources.

Clark silent on reason for chief of staff's exit

'People who are innocent shouldn't be hurt,' premier says

Time has now come' for UVic's new athletics facility; Vikes Championship Breakfast raises $402,000 for scholarships

Tuesday's University of Victoria Vikes Championship Breakfast raised $402,000 towards future scholarship programs, but also allowed school executives another chance to trumpet its proposed Centre for Athletics, Recreation and Special Abilities (CARSA

Norwegian family wins its third jackpot

Luck can strike more than once. A family from western Norway hit the lottery jackpot for the third time in six years when the son won more than 12 million kroner (about $2 million Cdn) this month.
Spanish protesters battle police over austerity

Spanish protesters battle police over austerity

Protesters clashed with police in Spain's capital on Tuesday as the government prepared a new round of unpopular austerity measures for the 2013 budget to be announced on Thursday.
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