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Royal Inland Hospital says it will be able to do more elective surgeries now that construction has begun on another 3.6 million dollar operating room.

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  A desperate individual whose need for help went unanswered.
 
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Construction has begun on a 9th operating room for the Royal Inland Hospital.

A hunter waiting for his ride prompted a heavy RCMP response around Tranquille and Schriener after he was spotted holding a rifle, and dressed in camoflage.

A Kamloops man convicted on dangerous driving charges causing the death of two people is still waiting to learn his fate.

The Canadian Federation of Independent Business says spending by Kamloops city hall has risen nearly six times the rate of inflation and poplation growth over a 12 year period. 

Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation reports a residential real estate market in Kamloops that's in balance.

The city of Kamloops blames a water main break on Halston this week for silty water problems in Westsyde, but reports the system is in the process of being flushed.

The Kamloops Branch of the Canadian Mental Health Association says it's aiming to have cold weather beds available for everyone who needs one.

New Gold reporting 3rd quarter profit of 5.4 million dollars and an 8 per cent increase in copper production.


Teck reports third quarter profits at the Highland Valley Copper mine at 64 million dollars, up from the 48 million in the same quarter a year ago.


Enrolment in the Kamloops Thompson School District is up by a net 100 students.

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The trial for a former RCMP officer charged with perjury has heard allegations that the four Mounties involved in Robert Dziekanski's death met before testifying at a public inquiry.

Multiple charges of immigration fraud have been laid against the owner of two unlicenced consulting businesses in Metro Vancouver.

Three young men have been sentenced to prison for their roles in the death of a Kelowna father in front of his sons.

National News
Prime Minister Stephen Harper is pressing ahead with income splitting for families with kids under 18 -  a multibillion-dollar Conservative election promise from 2011 that critics have said would benefit too few Canadians.

The TransCanada Corporation' has filed a 30 thousand page application for its proposal for the 12-billion dollar Energy East pipeline.
    
The latest government spending documents show the Senate is still out almost 46-thousand dollars in questionable travel and living expenses.


Liberal Senator George Baker plans to introduce amendments to the proposed new prostitution law the government wants to have in place by December.
 
World News
At least four people are dead after a small plane crashed into a building at an airport in Wichita, Kansas.

 US safety regulators are now playing hardball with a Japanese company as they investigate a possibly deadly defect in some of the company's air bags.

Health officials in Maine are going to court today seeking authority to quarantine a nurse who worked with Ebola patients in West Africa.



 
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