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Sandor Gyarmati

Sandor Gyarmati

Sandor Gyarmati is a reporter writing about all aspects of Delta, from police, politics, historical features and more.

Recent Work by Sandor

A Delta gigantic nightmare commute

A Delta gigantic nightmare commute

To say getting home was difficult is a big understatement and many drivers were still stuck in traffic during the overnight hours
A new beneficial use for drinking water treatment residuals

A new beneficial use for drinking water treatment residuals

The regional district is looking at beneficial uses of drinking water treatment residuals
Delta throwback: Crazed hunter destroys Sir Sav-a-Lot

Delta throwback: Crazed hunter destroys Sir Sav-a-Lot

The murderous Van Pelt wreaked havoc in Tsawwassen
Man convicted in Delta double murder case still claims innocence

Man convicted in Delta double murder case still claims innocence

The parole board noted the special conditions imposed are reasonable and necessary to protect society and facilitate his reintegration into society
Full closure on horizon for Vancouver Landfill in Delta

Full closure on horizon for Vancouver Landfill in Delta

A tripartite deal involving Metro, Delta and Vancouver was signed back in 1999
Tsawwassen music icon Jerry Doucette dies

Tsawwassen music icon Jerry Doucette dies

Doucette provided his talents for many fundraisers over the years
Plenty of change collected by Delta 'Kindness Meters'

Plenty of change collected by Delta 'Kindness Meters'

The colourful meters function as both public art installations and interactive public donation receptacles
Delta Police first to train for 'active bystandership'

Delta Police first to train for 'active bystandership'

Training officers how to de-escalate problems, before they begin
Will Delta be home to new cruise ship terminal?

Will Delta be home to new cruise ship terminal?

The port authority is still early into its analysis after things were delayed last year due to the pandemic
National Day for Truth and Reconciliation is an important step says Musqueam Chief

National Day for Truth and Reconciliation is an important step says Musqueam Chief

When it comes to the residential school system, the church has a big responsibility, as well as the federal government, when it comes to properly addressing the tragedy, added Sparrow.
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