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Jeremy Hainsworth

Jeremy Hainsworth

Jeremy came to Canada from the U.K. in 1971. He has worked across the media landscape from small-town B.C. newspapers to Vancouver’s big dailies and at The Calgary Herald as senior crime reporter. He has worked with The Canadian Press, Reuters and The Associated Press newswire services and was a Bloomberg News divisional foreign correspondent. A specialist in criminal/legal issues, Jeremy has been a frequent radio and TV news commentator.

Recent Work by Jeremy

Convicted B.C. sex offender Randall Hopley back in jail for 18 months

Convicted B.C. sex offender Randall Hopley back in jail for 18 months

The judge said Randall Hopley is of borderline intelligence which makes him hard to treat.
'I was stunned': B.C. Crown prosecutor describes courthouse attack

'I was stunned': B.C. Crown prosecutor describes courthouse attack

The Crown prosecutor was walking with a security guard when a man attacked her a block from Vancouver Provincial Court.
B.C. man punched in face, pushed down stairs and beaten

B.C. man punched in face, pushed down stairs and beaten

The victim said the attack left him fearful of others.
B.C. security guard gets 18-month community sentence for manslaughter

B.C. security guard gets 18-month community sentence for manslaughter

The judge said Jack Cruthers Hutchison did not intend to kill Howard Hill but added that is not a defence to manslaughter.
B.C. man charged with golf course murder appears in court

B.C. man charged with golf course murder appears in court

Gertrude Cheong, 49, died at the scene of a fatal stabbing near Vancouver's Fraserview Golf Course.
B.C. nurse disciplined for 'deficient' skills over seven-year period

B.C. nurse disciplined for 'deficient' skills over seven-year period

The nurse is prohibited for one year from working in critical care, supervising others and being the sole registered nurse on duty.
Coast guard fines B.C. boat owner $15,000

Coast guard fines B.C. boat owner $15,000

The Canadian Coast Guard said continued damage to the boat's fibreglass hull would produce pollution to the marine environment.
B.C. woman gave wrong delivery address, loses ‘stolen’ goods lawsuit

B.C. woman gave wrong delivery address, loses ‘stolen’ goods lawsuit

B.C. Civil Resolution member says lighting purchaser should have told company she was moving before it shipped the order.
B.C. teacher banned 15 years after student-kissing incident

B.C. teacher banned 15 years after student-kissing incident

A photograph of the teacher kissing the student on the lips circulated on social media.
B.C. society celebrates 85 years of helping incarcerated women

B.C. society celebrates 85 years of helping incarcerated women

Elizabeth Fry's work began in 1813 when she began visiting female inmates at London, England's Newgate Prison. She was appalled by what she saw.
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