Arnold Lim

UVic Student Engineering Society ‘pies’ Saanich Mayor Fred Haynes for a good cause on March 10. (Courtesy District of Saanich)

VIDEO: Mayor Fred Haynes gets pied in the face and more

Watch a selection of our top features for March 11

UVic Student Engineering Society ‘pies’ Saanich Mayor Fred Haynes for a good cause on March 10. (Courtesy District of Saanich)
A Pacific storm heading towards Victoria is among today’s top stories

VIDEO: A Pacific storm heading towards Victoria is among today’s top stories

Watch a selection of our top features for Jan. 2

A Pacific storm heading towards Victoria is among today’s top stories
A liquor store robbery in Oak Bay leads the day’s top stories.

VIDEO: Liquor store robbery leads today’s top stories

Watch a selection of our top features for Dec. 31

A liquor store robbery in Oak Bay leads the day’s top stories.
An attempted kidnapping and robbery lead the day’s top stories.

VIDEO: An attempted kidnapping leads today’s top stories

Watch a selection of our top features for Dec. 30

An attempted kidnapping and robbery lead the day’s top stories.
15 intersection cameras have been set up across the province and more are coming. (ICBC)

VIDEO: More intersection cameras coming to B.C. leads today’s top stories

Watch a selection of our top features for Dec. 27

15 intersection cameras have been set up across the province and more are coming. (ICBC)
Fifteen crashes in 24 hours has police asking drivers to be vigilant over the holidays. (File Photo)

VIDEO: Police warning public about holiday traffic leads today’s top stories

Watch a selection of our top features for Dec. 24

Fifteen crashes in 24 hours has police asking drivers to be vigilant over the holidays. (File Photo)
This pedal car was first gifted to Don Bernadin on Christmas of 1952. (Courtesy of Adrian D’Silva)

VIDEO: New life for a 67-year-old toy car leads today’s top stories

Watch a selection of our top features for Dec. 23

This pedal car was first gifted to Don Bernadin on Christmas of 1952. (Courtesy of Adrian D’Silva)
Andrew Berry is appealing his conviction. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Felicity Don)

VIDEO: Wind storm of 2018 leads today’s top three

Selection of stories for Dec. 20

Andrew Berry is appealing his conviction. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Felicity Don)
Ballet Victoria's performances of The Gift tours starting Dec. 15. (Arnold Lim/Black Press)

VIDEO: Ballet Victoria’s take on the The Nutcracker tours Vancouver Island and the Mainland

Performances in Revelstoke, Coquitlam, Chilliwack and Victoria

Ballet Victoria's performances of The Gift tours starting Dec. 15. (Arnold Lim/Black Press)
Garth Tufford said he’s going to wait until Christmas to open his gift, which he received through the Angel Gifts Program at Our Place. (Nicole Crescenzi/News Staff)

WATCH: Hundreds of gifts go out to Victoria’s Our Place patrons

The Angel Gifts Program saw 700 Christmas presents go out to the community

Garth Tufford said he’s going to wait until Christmas to open his gift, which he received through the Angel Gifts Program at Our Place. (Nicole Crescenzi/News Staff)
Cyclist James Kearluy was struck while cycling to work without a helmet. His bike was damaged but he wasn’t injured. (Jesse Laufer/Black Press)

Cyclist without helmet thrown onto windshield in Oak Bay

Despite damage to bike, cyclist uninjured following accident

Cyclist James Kearluy was struck while cycling to work without a helmet. His bike was damaged but he wasn’t injured. (Jesse Laufer/Black Press)
“Bullseye” Boz, also known as Ben Bosworth has won the Axe & Grind’s axe throwing league twice, earning him a spot in the World Axe Throwing League Championships in Chicago Dec. 15. (Arnold Lim/Black Press)

Victoria axe thrower targets world championships

Former pitcher to compete at World Axe Throwing League Championships in Chicago

“Bullseye” Boz, also known as Ben Bosworth has won the Axe & Grind’s axe throwing league twice, earning him a spot in the World Axe Throwing League Championships in Chicago Dec. 15. (Arnold Lim/Black Press)
Outgoing Oak Bay Fire Chief Dave Cockle retires after 30 years. (Arnold Lim/Black Press)

Oak Bay Fire Chief Dave Cockle to retire

Darren Hughes takes over as fire chief on Feb. 1

Outgoing Oak Bay Fire Chief Dave Cockle retires after 30 years. (Arnold Lim/Black Press)
Allan Wood and Oak Bay Mayor Kevin Murdoch at the official re-opening of the new sports pavilion at Anderson House. (Oak Bay Lawn Bowling Club/Submitted)
Allan Wood and Oak Bay Mayor Kevin Murdoch at the official re-opening of the new sports pavilion at Anderson House. (Oak Bay Lawn Bowling Club/Submitted)
A new totem pole was unveiled at the Ministry of Health and Mental Health building at 1515 Blanshard St. (Arnold Lim/Black Press)

300-year-old red cedar totem unveiled in downtown Victoria

Tom and Perry LaFortune's carved piece now stands vigil over the corner of Pandora and Blanshard

A new totem pole was unveiled at the Ministry of Health and Mental Health building at 1515 Blanshard St. (Arnold Lim/Black Press)
Starbucks is replacing the Finnerty Express coffee shop at the UVic Bookstore in Fall of 2019. (Image by Starbucks)

Students protest Starbucks’ supplanting local coffee at UVic

The Finnerty Express's and their Salt Spring Island coffee supplanted by Fall 2019

Starbucks is replacing the Finnerty Express coffee shop at the UVic Bookstore in Fall of 2019. (Image by Starbucks)
A man allegedly throws his own feces at a vehicle in Victoria. (Photo courtesy Reddit)

Cyclist defecates, throws own poop at car in Victoria

Prior to fecal incident, witnesses said cyclist was verbally abusive to driver

A man allegedly throws his own feces at a vehicle in Victoria. (Photo courtesy Reddit)
Oak Bay Police briefs: Nov. 11-18

Oak Bay Police briefs: Nov. 11-18

A break and enter, arson to a recycling bin and graffiti top this weeks police calls

Oak Bay Police briefs: Nov. 11-18
The Canadian College of Performing Arts opens their season with a production of Twelve Angry Jurors. (Arnold Lim/Black Press)

WATCH: Twelve Angry Jurors puts a new spin on an old tale

Canadian College of Performing Arts opens season with reworked version of Reginald Rose teleplay

The Canadian College of Performing Arts opens their season with a production of Twelve Angry Jurors. (Arnold Lim/Black Press)
Suspicious white powder was sent to a law office in the Reflections Building in Langford, prompting a HAZMAT response along with police, fire and ambulance. (Katherine Engqvist/Black Press)Suspicious white powder was sent to a law office in the Reflections Building in Langford Friday, prompting a HAZMAT response along with police, fire and ambulance. (Katherine Engqvist/Black Press)

Third suspicious package sent to Langford law firm

Hazmat procedures and RCMP Explosive Disposal Unit deployed at Hemminger Law Group again

Suspicious white powder was sent to a law office in the Reflections Building in Langford, prompting a HAZMAT response along with police, fire and ambulance. (Katherine Engqvist/Black Press)Suspicious white powder was sent to a law office in the Reflections Building in Langford Friday, prompting a HAZMAT response along with police, fire and ambulance. (Katherine Engqvist/Black Press)