Alistair Waters

Central Okanagan unemployment rate second lowest in country

At 3.3 per cent in December, it was only bettered by Guelph, Ont. among Canada’s 33 largest centres

Popular Kelowna city councillor recovering in KGH, says wife

Charlie Hodge is conscious, off the respirator and due to be released Tuesday after days in ICU

UBCO seeks Kelowna council support for large research greenhouse project

University says plants grown in facility will help with research to aid B.C.’s agricultural industry

Search for snowmobilers turns into rescue in Myra Canyon

Heavy fog and treacherous snow conditions lead to pair being stuck until help arrived

Police probe senior’s death at Kelowna care home

RCMP say death occurred after altercation with another resident of the facility

Warm weather for Kelowna but slippery roads in the mountains

High of 5 C predicted for today but black ice, fog on Okanagan Connector

Kelowna’s most expensive home assessed at $10.5 million

The one-storey, 9,761-square-foot, lakeshore home on Hobson Road tops the list again this year

Year in Review: Homelessness was the top story in Kelowna in 2018

City approved ambitious five-year, $46.7 million initiative to address homelessness

Kelowna ready to welcome 2019

Family-friendly New Year’s Eve celebration planned for downtown

Year in review: No. 2: Safety a hot topic in the region this year

Kelowna hired former top cop to find ways of making city safer

Year in review No. 5: Civic election was literally too close to call in Peachland

Incumbent Mayor Cindy Fortin’s name dawn after judicial recount fails to break tie with challenger

In Peachland, democracy in action was luck of the draw in 2018

Peachland picked its mayor by having her name drawn out of a box

Final phase of cardiac centre project at Kelowna General Hospital complete

New recovery rooms for centre patients at KGH completes the $381 million project

City budget 2019: Kelowna council settles on 4.43% tax hike

Proposed tax hike includes controversial 1.95 per cent levy to address infrastructure “deficit”

New fieldhouse slated for Kelowna’s Rutland Recreation Park

New 9,000-square-foot, two-storey building would replace smaller, aging change rooms

B.C. Tree Fruits searching for new CEO and CFO

Top job postings at growers’ cooperative listed quietly at the end of November

Kelowna airport advises travellers to plan ahead this holiday season

YLW is expecting more than 100,000 passengers to move through the terminal over next three weeks

Popularity of new Kelowna visitor centre exceeds expectations

Tourism Kelowna says 108,000 people have used the visitor centre in first six months

Waters: Kelowna growing up, in more ways than one

Council’s decision to go with a more urban development future is a major change

Kelowna hikes the cost of putting up temporary signs

Depending on the length of time a sign will stay up, fees range from $75 to $350