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UPDATE: Crews put out fire at disposal centre in south Nanaimo

Burning hydraulic fluid from an excavator started fire at DBL Disposal late Tuesday night

Man dies after being hit by pickup in Nanaimo

Incident happened Monday night at intersection of Nicol and Needham streets

Man OK after riding off cliff while dirt biking after drinking in Nanaimo

Rider allegedly admitted he’d consumed alcohol prior to middle-of-the-night ride

UPDATE: Police ask for any information about burned bridge at Bowen Park

Post-fire inspection prompts city to remove bridge and plan for a replacement

Father of child cancer survivor brings parent’s perspective to Tour de Rock

Simon Douthwaite was a Cops for Cancer supporter before being named a guest rider for 2019

Nanaimo RCMP issue warning following home repair fraud

Police say local homeowner duped out of several thousand dollars by fraudulent contractor

Nanaimo holding at Stage 2 watering restrictions

Province bumps drought ranking to Level 3, very dry, but city holds at Stage 2 watering restrictions

Foot bridge in Nanaimo park closed after suspicious fire

Police investigating after pages from book used to fuel fire in wooden bridge over Millstone River

Haida ‘wisdom-keepers’ receive university’s highest honours at VIU convocation

Nine Haida elders presented with honorary doctorates for preserving Haida language and culture

Depression-era cruise ship connected Island to D-Day

HMCS Prince Henry landed troops from Canadian Scottish Regiment from Vancouver Island on Juno Beach

Nanaimo bear sightings take big jump so far this year

Young bears sent to fend for themselves by their mothers could account for recent spike in sightings

Nanaimo trout release an exercise in education

Nanaimo elementary school students learn about fish and their habitat

Nanaimo man who fell off cliff returns there to rescue eagle from vulture attack

James Farkas breaks hip in fall from beach cliff, returns months later to save eagle on same beach

Students get a look at some of the City of Nanaimo’s inner workings

Hundreds of students participate in Public Works Day

Nanaimo astronomers can hear about ultraviolet telescope’s galactic calculations

Canada’s space telescope to look at blue end of light spectrum to unveil mysteries of the universe

Woman rescued from Nanaimo’s East Wellington bluffs

Evening hike turns into overnight ordeal for Nanaimo woman who lost her way as darkness fell

Nanaimo outdoor enthusiasts petitioning as military cracks down on trespassers

Canadian Forces announces it is enforcing the boundaries of its weapons range on Westwood Ridges

Hot weather, brush fires could spell early start to wildfire season

Coastal Fire Centre considering a campfire prohibition as soon as next week

Science on tap at Nanaimo’s first Pint of Science festival

People with a thirst for knowledge can hear presentations over a cold beverage May 20-22

UPDATED: Motorcyclist dies in crash south of Nanaimo

Accident happened Tuesday evening at Nanaimo Lakes Road and South Forks Road