Aaron Hinks

Surrey wedding, complete with full-sized ferris wheel, kept a lot of residents up Tuesday night. (Facebook image)

More fines expected for Surrey ferris-wheel wedding bash: city

Illegal tents, electrical work being investigated by city

Surrey wedding, complete with full-sized ferris wheel, kept a lot of residents up Tuesday night. (Facebook image)
More people are looking to adopt dogs, and other pets, because of pandemic: SPCA. (File image)

Pandemic sparks pet boom in Surrey and beyond

More people are looking to adopt pets due to pandemic, SPCA

More people are looking to adopt dogs, and other pets, because of pandemic: SPCA. (File image)
White Rock Tides of Change member Ryan Nielsen, 27, is sharing his story of the circle of addiction, and what helped him to recovery. (Photo: Aaron Hinks)

White Rock family breaks cycle of addiction with love, not toughness

Compassion proves to be at heart of recovery

White Rock Tides of Change member Ryan Nielsen, 27, is sharing his story of the circle of addiction, and what helped him to recovery. (Photo: Aaron Hinks)
Surrey Police Service vehicle. (File photo)

Surrey Police Board mandates COVID-19 vaccinations for officers

All officers must be vaccinated by Nov. 30, according to new board policy

Surrey Police Service vehicle. (File photo)
Sources manager of substance use services George Passmore. (File photo)

‘Tough love kills:’ White Rock event to guide families struggling with addiction

Program promises to offer families insight on how to communicate with loved one

Sources manager of substance use services George Passmore. (File photo)
Surrey RCMP detachment. (Contributed file photo)

Surrey RCMP searching for suspect that attempted to grab, drag woman

Incident happened near Edinburgh Drive and 132 Street Sunday evening

Surrey RCMP detachment. (Contributed file photo)
South Surrey package, valued at more than $3 million, features a 3,765 sq.-ft. home located at 12735 Ocean Cliff Dr. (Contributed photo)
South Surrey package, valued at more than $3 million, features a 3,765 sq.-ft. home located at 12735 Ocean Cliff Dr. (Contributed photo)
Surrey RCMP safely disposed of a ‘small explosive device’ in South Surrey Wednesday evening. (McdWendy Twitter photo)
Surrey RCMP safely disposed of a ‘small explosive device’ in South Surrey Wednesday evening. (McdWendy Twitter photo)
Ocean Park resident Joanie Webster was stunned to be reuinted with her cat Pete who was missing for nearly three years. (Aaron Hinks photo)

Cat missing for 3 years returns to South Surrey home

Owner Joanie Webster was shocked to hear her pet was alive and well

Ocean Park resident Joanie Webster was stunned to be reuinted with her cat Pete who was missing for nearly three years. (Aaron Hinks photo)
South Surrey’s ‘Pink Palace,’ located at 1160 King George Blvd., has been painted white. (Aaron Hinks photo)

South Surrey’s ‘Pink Palace’ painted white

Hotel undergoing $25-million renovation

South Surrey’s ‘Pink Palace,’ located at 1160 King George Blvd., has been painted white. (Aaron Hinks photo)
Thousands of people follow residential school survivors, Indigenous leaders, elders and youth on a walk to Semiahmoo First Nation lands during National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. (Aaron Hinks photo)

PHOTOS: ‘Orange sea’ floods White Rock beach for National Day for Truth and Reconcilation

‘We’re all in this canoe together, we just got to make sure we’re paddling in the same direction’

Thousands of people follow residential school survivors, Indigenous leaders, elders and youth on a walk to Semiahmoo First Nation lands during National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. (Aaron Hinks photo)
Margaret Kirsebom’s family held an international birthday party Sept. 24 at Peace Arch Park, when the White Rock senior’s grandson, Sean, (foreground) drove up from California to help her celebrate turning 89. The family wasn’t aware they would be asked to produce their passports if they crossed into the park on the U.S. side, so they instead visited across the ditch that marks the international boundary. (Contributed photo)

Passport check at U.S. side of Peace Arch Park turns birthday into international celebration

People without documents now being told to visit Douglas Port of Entry for CBSA screening

Margaret Kirsebom’s family held an international birthday party Sept. 24 at Peace Arch Park, when the White Rock senior’s grandson, Sean, (foreground) drove up from California to help her celebrate turning 89. The family wasn’t aware they would be asked to produce their passports if they crossed into the park on the U.S. side, so they instead visited across the ditch that marks the international boundary. (Contributed photo)
Chief Constable Norm Lipinski, in charge of the Surrey Police Service. (SPS photo)

Surrey Police Service ‘doing well’ in hiring process, chief says

Chief Norm Lipinski says he doesn’t see requirement to ramp up marketing effort

Chief Constable Norm Lipinski, in charge of the Surrey Police Service. (SPS photo)
A White Rock resident is raising his frustrations after spotting a raccoon dragging a leg-hold trap this week near Marine Drive. (Frank Groff photo)

White Rock resident calls out ‘sadistic’ practice after raccoon caught in leg-hold trap

Juvenile raccoon was spotted dragging the trap around the city’s west end

A White Rock resident is raising his frustrations after spotting a raccoon dragging a leg-hold trap this week near Marine Drive. (Frank Groff photo)
The Canadian Armed Forces helped establish a COVID-19 test facility at the Douglas Port of Entry in South Surrey. (Aaron Hinks photo)

South Surrey man says Canada border rules unfair for those not ‘tech savvy’

Michael Douet, 76, and his wife ordered to quarantine, despite providing proof of vaccination, tests

The Canadian Armed Forces helped establish a COVID-19 test facility at the Douglas Port of Entry in South Surrey. (Aaron Hinks photo)
A group of grandmothers from the local Oneness Gogos chapter are set to walk around the world. (Contributed photo)

Peninsula Gogos set out to walk circumference of the world

Grandmothers to walk 40,000 km

A group of grandmothers from the local Oneness Gogos chapter are set to walk around the world. (Contributed photo)
Surrey's Zenaida Torino won $166,666 on the Daily Grand lottery. (BCLC photo)

Surrey woman wins $166k in lottery

‘I won, I won, I won,’ were Zenaida Torino first words after matching her numbers

Surrey's Zenaida Torino won $166,666 on the Daily Grand lottery. (BCLC photo)
Run for Health was held in Bear Creek Park Sunday. Runners raised money for the Canadian Red Cross. (Aaron Hinks photos)

PHOTOS: Run for Health kicks off in Bear Creek Park

High school student organizes event to raise money for Canadian Red Cross

Run for Health was held in Bear Creek Park Sunday. Runners raised money for the Canadian Red Cross. (Aaron Hinks photos)
Alan Xu said the rat problem is so bad, even Whiskers has stopped the chase. (Aaron Hinks photo)
Alan Xu said the rat problem is so bad, even Whiskers has stopped the chase. (Aaron Hinks photo)
Cloverdale-Langley City Liberal MP-elect John Aldag spent the most on Facebook ads in the days leading up to the federal election. (Facebook image)
Cloverdale-Langley City Liberal MP-elect John Aldag spent the most on Facebook ads in the days leading up to the federal election. (Facebook image)