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Illegal dumping doesn’t belong in regional district

RDN launches campaign to combat problem

Sport-ute collides with hydro pole

A Kia Sportage crashed into a utility pole along Townsite Road near Waddington Road on Sunday

VIDEO: Community parades around downtown for Nanaimo Heritage Days

Nanaimo Heritage Days continue for the rest of the afternoon today (May 21)

Wild Kingdom: Eagles fend off crows

Photographer captures wildlife interaction in Greater Victoria.

Man claims owl ambushed him at Nanaimo park

The attack took place at Colliery Dam Park on Friday morning

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Community parades around downtown for Nanaimo Heritage Days
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Nanaimo Bike to Work Week 2017 kick off lunch
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Nanaimo children form human flag to sing O Canada
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B.C. Green Party's Weaver and Harris speak on NRGH IHealth system
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Fentanyl priority for RCMP drug enforcement team

RCMP, police aim to crack down on trafficking illicit drug

Expect long lines at the border this long weekend

CBSA warns to expect it to busy at all the crossings, with Peace Arch being the busiest

VIDEO: Local firefighter rescues ducklings from storm drain

Baby ducks pulled from peril early Friday morning in Greater Victoria

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Lack of water an obstacle for downtown Lantzville redevelopment project

Lantzville council approves rezoning application for CruisePlus

Nanaimo school trustees look into costs of membership in provincial trustees association

In 2016-17, Nanaimo school district paid $46,900 to be member of B.C. School Trustees Association

Fong sentenced in Nanaimo provincial court

Tyler Desmond Fong receives eight-and-a-half-year sentence

City of Nanaimo issues warning about door-to-door energy compliance scam

Province does not mandate upgrades to residential heating systems

Nanaimo school district examines reducing number of trustees

Nanaimo school trustees receive reports on board composition, ward system and student trustee

Nanaimo RCMP believe it has found body of missing teenager Chang

The Nanaimo RCMP have recovered a body believed to be that of Makayla Chang.

Nanaimo RCMP promote registration with 529 Garage during Bike to Work and School Week

App helps collect bike information to help reunite stolen bikes with their owners

Event celebrates Nanaimo’s heritage

Nanaimo Heritage Days takes place on May 21

Retired fire chief remembered as dedicated family man

Doug Angrove passed away in Kelowna last week.

Nanaimo council votes to fix high-crash intersection

Improvements at Northfield Road and Boundary Avenue are back on track