Nanaimo News Staff

World Rivers Day will celebrate waterways and trees

Tours and activities to be hosted in Nanaimo for World Rivers Day and National Tree Day

Heavy machine stolen from front yard in Nanaimo

A log splitter was taken from a home construction site on Portsmouth Road last weekend

Nanaimo man faces drug, weapon charges after RCMP search

Levar Anthony Hayden sees next court date on Oct. 26

UPDATE: 95-year-old man who missed his bus found safe

Bill Sapsford hadn’t arrived home on a bus he had boarded hours earlier

V.I. Raiders at home against Huskers this weekend

V.I. hosts the Valley Huskers on Saturday (Sept. 23) at 1 p.m. at Caledonia Park

Police plan to get percussionist playing again

Police are in possession of a three-piece drum set that they wish to return to the rightful owner

Nanaimo firefighters launch smoke alarm education campaign

Nanaimo Fire Rescue kicks off a door-to-door campaign on smoke alarms this October

Vehicle rolls three times in highway crash in Nanaimo

Crash temporarily shuts down sections of Enterprise Way, old Island Highway

New Nanaimo garbage calendars on the way

City gets ready to rev up new automated collection service to central Nanaimo this October

Walk event helps combat kidney disease

This Sunday (Sept. 24) is the Kidney Foundation of Canada’s Kidney Walk in Nanaimo

Perfume stolen in home break-in in Nanaimo

Laptops and watches also taken from home on Brookfield Drive sometime during the day on Sept. 9

Three vehicles involved in crash at wet Waddington intersection

Three vehicles were involved in a crash along the old Island Highway in Nanaimo on Tuesday evening

Shires chosen team MVP of senior B Timbermen

The Nanaimo Timbermen handed out their year-end awards last week and headed into off-season mode

Nanaimo council expresses regret about CAO’s treatment at city hall

Council accepts findings of report into workplace environment

Nanaimo woman wins $500,000, plans to buy ice cream

The B.C. Lottery Corporation announced that Elaine Rogers won $500,000 playing the Extra

Cold-weather shelter seeks funding from City of Nanaimo

City councillors lean toward giving up to $45K this season to Unitarian homeless shelter

Campfire ban lifted in and around Nanaimo

B.C. Wildfire Service has lifted the campfire ban in the Coastal Fire Centre area

SUV rolls off side of Nanaimo Parkway

No one was hurt as an SUV rolled off the side of the parkway at Fifth Street on Monday night

City chief financial officer exceeds budget

The City of Nanaimo has released expenses for three top employees