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Woman dies in Nanaimo car crash

Collision on Cedar Road claims life of 25-year-old woman

  • Jun 16th, 2017

Family stories remembered in archives

Free public lecture called Shadow Boxes will be presented on Tuesday (June 20)

Car collides with dump truck in Nanaimo

One woman taken to hospital after her car collided with dump truck in on slippery corner

Photo gallery: Nanaimo Multicultural Festival 2017
  • 2 hours ago


Nanaimo organizations open autism library


Nanaimo Fire Rescue executes rope rescue at Dover Bay Secondary


Ride Don't Hide 2017 takes place June 25 in Nanaimo


Regional district examines theatre support

The RDN committee of the whole is recommending the board approve a five-year contribution agreement

School superintendent remembers ex-B.C. Lions coach Don Matthews

John Blain, Nanaimo school district superintendent, played under Don Matthews from 1983 to 1987

Byelection 2017: Candidates see opportunity on waterfront

Ideas discussed surrounding south downtown industrial area

Regional District of Nanaimo releases statement of financial information

Regional District of Nanaimo board chairman Bill Veenhof was the top earner and spender in 2016

Sailing co-op hosts open house

The Van Isle Sailing Co-op is holding an open house this Saturday (June 17)

Departure Bay beach to ferry terminal ranked as top priority in walkway survey

City of Nanaimo releases survey results, public feedback on Nanaimo’s waterfront walkway

MLA Stilwell returns to cabinet

Premier, cabinet ministers sworn in Monday in Victoria

UPDATE: RCMP locate youth missing from Port Alberni

A teenager reported missing on June 13 has been found safe in Nanaimo

  • Jun 13th, 2017

Automated collection would raise garbage rates

Nanaimo city council considers second user rate increase this year for garbage collection

Nanaimo senior loses $1,500 in telephone scam

Nanaimo RCMP report 145 complaints of attempted Canada Revenue Agency scam

Fairview school library stars in literacy documentary

Nanaimo school library spotlighted after support from Indigo Love of Reading Foundation

Active Life: People can get moving on Canada Day

Planned July 1 celebrations in Nanaimo will include opportunities for activity and exercise

Nanaimo News Bulletin names new editor

Greg Sakaki has been promoted to managing editor of the newspaper

Lantzville sets up pre-authorized payment program for property taxes

Residents can prepay their property taxes for the following year through monthly payments

First NDP leader recognized for service to Nanaimo

Memorial plaque to recognize Tommy Douglas, former MP for Nanaimo-Cowichan-The Islands

B.C. Ferries reminds summer mariners to sail sensibly

B.C. Ferries wants boaters to share waters responsibly for a safe sailing season

Seaspan Ferries opens new Duke Point terminal

Grand opening held Monday to show off Jackson Road facility in Nanaimo