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UPDATE: Miscommunication led to search for missing camper in Nanaimo backwoods

Man man found safe by searchers, grateful for search but said he was never lost or stranded

Missing Nanaimo mountain biker found safe

A search and rescue operation happened near Doumont Hill on Tuesday, March 19

Israeli military-style self-defence comes to Nanaimo

Former soldier teaches Israeli Defence Force Krav Maga close-combat system

High temperatures in Nanaimo break century-old records

Maximum high on Sunday edged out a temperature record that had stood since 1892

Police warning of CRA scam at tax time

Nanaimo RCMP offering tips about scams during Fraud Awareneness Month

Nanaimo students make statement at Global Climate Strike

Environmental groups, students and Green Party faithful turn up heat against global warming

Nanaimo RCMP and ICBC launch distracted driving blitz

Motorists under microscope in month-long campaign against distracted driving

Nanaimo high school student struck by vehicle dies of injuries

Dover Bay Secondary, B.C. Coroners Service confirm death of teen struck by vehicle in north Nanaimo

UPDATE: Nanaimo RCMP arrest purse-snatching suspect

Suspect, not identified by police, faces charges of theft, possession of stolen property and fraud

New Nanaimo event brings home the bacon

Bacon Bevy Bash is Friday, March 15, with Vancouver Island Symphony a charitable partner

Mercedes-Benz test-drives Port of Nanaimo facilities

Pilot run for unloading cars to new vehicle processing centre carried out Friday morning

Sunken tugboat recovered from Nanaimo Harbour waters

Samantha J, which sank in 2014, raised from bottom of Northumberland Channel in two-day operation

Whisky party supports Nanaimo’s performing arts

Crimson Coast Dance Society’s 17th annual Wee Tipple Party happens Friday at the Grand Hotel

Owner hopes to convert downtown hole in the ground to community space

Nanaimo’s Jean Burns building site undergoing final cleanup

Police dog work demonstrated to Nanaimo’s Block Watch captains

RCMP brings Nanaimo region Block Watch chapters up to date on crime issues

Spill response vessels unloaded in Nanaimo

Spill response vessels designed for heavy weather won’t enter into service yet due to funding delays

Toys are teaching tools at Vancouver Island libraries

Families can take home sci-tech fundamentals learning with STEAM kits loaned from VIRL branches

High school students converge on Nanaimo for Skills Canada competition

Winners will head to provincial event in Abbotsford later this year

Vancouver Island Brewing puts Nanaimo bar on tap

Beer based on signature Nanaimo dessert flying off liquor retailers’ shelves

Kidney Foundation trying to keep patients warm this winter

Kidney Foundation of Canada’s Warm the Sole campaign takes chill off dialysis treatments