Chris Bush

December wet and gloomy, but not a weather record-breaker

Winds caused damage, but December was mostly just darker and wetter than average

UPDATE: Suspect in Christmas Day break-and-enter turns himself in

Twenty-year-old Nanaimo man wanted in connection with Dec. 25 break-in and theft

Low number of impaired drivers encouraging, RCMP say

Police say more party-goers counting on designated drivers, taxis and public transit for rides home

Bird count tallies up Nanaimo’s feathered friends

Bird numbers down slightly from last year’s count, but some statistics still being crunched

Cardiac care campaign gets record $1-million anonymous donation

Donation to Nanaimo hospital foundation will go to new equipment and renovations

B.C. Hydro crews untangling wind storm damage in Nanaimo

Nanaimo was hardest hit in the region; some customers could be without power through the weekend

Nanaimo fish farm gets federal cash to cut carbon footprint

Land-based steelhead farm switching to solar water heating, eliminating oil-fired boiler

Winds whip up havoc across Nanaimo region

Heavy winds knock down power poles and trees, block roads and damage structures Thursday

Santa’s helicopter hospital hop brightens day for sick children in Nanaimo

Santa visits by B.C. Air Ambulance to bring smiles to young patients and hospital staff at NRGH

Sea Kings’ final flight holds special meaning for Nanaimo family

Dozens of people turn out with family of pilot to wave farewell to Sea King helicopters

Nanaimo Salvation Army in need of clothes

Gently used clothes needed to restock Salvation Army Thrift Stores in the city

Nanaimo RCMP warning public about rise in break-and-enters

Break-ins up more than 50 per cent compared to same time in 2017, say police

Nanaimo RCMP looking for electric bike owner

Police believe E-bike recovered during arrest was stolen

Nanaimo RCMP members presented with medals for valour

Three Nanaimo constables recognized for evacuating tenants from burning apartment building.

Nanaimo woman tackles break-and-enter suspect

Woman and her partner struck with rock while wrestling with suspect before police arrived

Fisheries officers train in Nanaimo to save beached whales

DFO exercise was held at Departure Bay Beach on Tuesday morning

City of Nanaimo begins shutdown of Discontent City

Nanaimo RCMP at Port Drive site, but don’t expect issues

Protest staged against owner of downtown Nanaimo cafe

Aladdin’s Cafe scene of small protest after owner receives “weak” sentence for sexual interference

Hospital foundation launches $1.8-million campaign for cardiac care

New equipment and working spaces will boost cardiac patient care in Nanaimo and Parksville

Royal Canadian Legion places Branch 10 Harewood under temporary trusteeship

RCMP investigating financial irregularities, Legion says