Alistair Waters

New multi-million baggage system up and running at YLW

Kelowna Airport’s $39 million outbound baggage system can handle 900 bags an hour

Reworked plan for Kelowna’s Green Square development approved

After rejecting first version of residential development expansion, council says yes to new plan

Kids, the great outdoors and technology

UBCO study says send your kids outside but let them take their electronic devices

Fundraising for Freedom House gets $10,000 boost

Plans for recovery program apartment building in Kelowna moving ahead

Making the case for and against a $15 per hour minimum wage in B.C.

Fair Wages Commission hears both sides during a stop in Kelowna

Downtown Kelowna light-up set to go

Santa lighting the city’s Christmas tree will cap off a days of festivities downtown

Kelowna asking court to shut down pot shops

City seeking injunction to stop five marijuana dispensaries from operating

NDP’s Shelley Cook to try again in Kelowna West

After losing to Christy Clark in May, Cook will vie for the seat again when a byelection is called

Kelowna councillor back home after surgery

Charlie Hodge is out of hospital after doctors reconstruct part of his jaw

Kelowna council puts brakes on second airport hotel proposal

Council defers discussion pending a new report from planning staff

Kelowna facing serious housing challenge

Report to city council shows major issues with the city’s housing situation

Big White to send off Olympians in style

Okanagan ski resort picked as location for official send-off of Canada’s 2018 Winter Olympic team

B.C.’s minimum wage in the spotlight in Kelowna Tuesday

The Fair Wages Commission will hold a hearing to gather public input

‘Listen to your gut’ urges injured skier

Mike Shaw was told he’d never walk again after an accident four years ago, but he defied the odds

West Kelowna water rates being hiked to pay for new plant, improvements

The moves being made will culminate in one water system for the entire city

A future vision of a Kelowna neighbourhood

Kelowna city hall presents its latest version of a plan for the Capri-Landmark Centre area

West Kelowna flooding costs top $5.2 million

After provincial reimbursements, the city will be on the hook for just over $1 million in costs

Kelowna-MP defends Canada’s new UN peacekeeping commitment

Stephen Fuhr says new plan will have a much needed “multiplier” effect

Salvation Army Christmas Kettle campaign kicks off

The Central Okanagan campaign is looking to raise $800,000 by Dec. 23

B.C. Liberal leadership candidate says party needs to change

Todd Stone says party needs to reach out to women, young people, minorities