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Officer suspended for cells takedown

24-year-old suffered permanent brain injuries after head hit floor

Woman tells court of attack

Charges against boyfriend include attempted murder, uttering threats

Victoria keen on sewage plants

Victoria's upper Inner Harbour has large enough chunks of land to house both a sewage-treatment plant and an "energy centre" to make use of the sludge it creates, Victoria Mayor Dean Fortin said yesterday.

Province still paying health firm under cloud

Tax dollars support software despite probe into double-billing allegations

B.C. Ferries warns of delays due to vessel refit

B.C. Ferries is warning travellers to plan ahead as the Spirit of British Columbia heads into its annual six-week refit, starting Tuesday. The replacement vessel on the Swartz Bay-to-Tsawwassen route will be the smaller Queen of New Westminster.

Drivers face crackdown

Police across the Island will be cracking down on impaired and aggressive drivers and those driving without seatbelts during the Thanksgiving long weekend.

First Nations child woes explored

First Nations children make up a disproportionate number of children in the province's care, but they're often cut off from aboriginal culture, a conference in Victoria heard this week.

Most care-home clients to pay more

Six with incomes over $500,000 live in subsidized B.C. facilities

Jack Knox: Security rules may ground airlines

Scanning requirement during Olympics is overkill

Crystal's rare plants have new garden

3,000-plus varieties of flora rooted just a block from their old home