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Meerholz deportation delayed a week

Meerholz deportation delayed a week

A Prince George man who has been linked to the local gang scene is slated to be deported to South Africa on Monday, Feb. 8, a move his fiance's mother, Debbie Freake, says is unjust given he's lived in this country since he was 10 years old.

Dog-bitten man identified

A Prince George man who was bitten by a police dog when he fled from a police-attempted arrest Sunday has been identified as 29-year-old Jesse Dayton Lockhart.

Enbridge maintains its responsible for Michigan oil spill

Enbridge is arguing in a Michigan court it is not legally liable for damages from its spill oil spill last summer. "No one has to sue Enbridge to be made whole," said Enbridge spokesperson Terri Larson.

First air advisory of 2011 cancelled

The first air quality advisory of the year was cancelled this morning just less than 24 hours after it had been issued.

Coin collectors beware

Coin collectors are being warned of a substantial increase in numbers of counterfeit Canadian coins that are surfacing on the Internet at coin shows across the nation. On Feb.

Distracted drivers in the spotlight

RCMP in North District Traffic Services are cracking down on drivers who are distracted on the road.

Extremists could take power in Egypt

The Muslim Brotherhood, a hardline faction of Islamic followers with ties all over the Arab world, appears to be circling Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak like sharks.
Library needs help with art installation

Library needs help with art installation

The Prince George Public Library is unveiling its first-ever piece of public art next month and needs more donations to help pay for the project.

Enbridge sets Northern Gateway pipeline information session in PG

Prince George residents are going to get a chance to ask questions directly of Enbridge officials later this month. It's the first time the company has opened itself to general public questioning in the city on the proposed $5.

Echoes of Egypt

Susan and Samy Hanna were glued to their computer when Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak took the microphone this afternoon. It was 11 p.m.
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