Chris Bush

UPDATE: Police find car stolen from Nanaimo home invasion victims

Nanaimo RCMP examining car stolen from Garner Crescent home invasion victims

Volunteer Nanaimo looking for Christmas Angels

Program helps those who want to assist underprivileged families, seniors and youths

Nanaimo police dog helps track down break-and-enter suspect

RCMP police dog Juice bites suspect during arrest in Chase River

Festival of Trees makes its return in Nanaimo

Sponsors and teams get creative with decorations to raise donations for B.C. Children’s Hospital

Nanaimo Hospital Auxiliary opens new thrift store

Nanaimo Hospital Auxiliary raising funds for NRGH projects with new Northridge Plaza thrift store

Thieves follow courier truck to steal parcel from Lantzville doorstep

Nanaimo RCMP plea to public to practise parcel security

Threat prompts police response at Nanaimo high school

Police were checking students’ backpacks after threat made to NDSS

Nanaimo Astronomy Society will look back at Apollo 8 mission

Out-of-this-world space flight, 3-D printing, and stellar distances the topics at this week’s meeting

Salvation Army in Nanaimo calling volunteers to Christmas Kettle Campaign

Organizers asking for volunteers to fill thousands of hours on donation kettle shifts

Nanaimo Aquatic Centre was shut down last night after near drowning

Lifeguards pull unconscious woman from pool, perform CPR

Great Nanaimo Toy Drive begins its campaign leading up to Christmas

The 36th Great Nanaimo Toy Drive will make sure children have presents on Christmas morning

Bikers on the mid Island ride to help children heal

Bikers Against Child Abuse Mid Vancouver Island chapter stands up for children living in fear

Discontent City shrinks as plans proceed for camp’s closure

City moves tents, erects new fences as part of preparations to phase out homeless camp

Cassidy home lost to fire, but family and 14 dogs are safe

Firefighters were called to a blaze Wednesday morning at house near Nanaimo Airport

Five people displaced by weekend fire in Nanaimo

Duplex damaged, firefighters warn of danger of overloading electrical circuits

Remembrance Day: Rangers kept watch at home

15,000 recruited as defence force during the Second World War

$1,000 worth of cosmetics stolen from Nanaimo drugstore

RCMP searching for suspects in unsolved cosmetics thefts

Heads up, phones down for Pedestrian Safety Day

City of Nanaimo, RCMP, ICBC host event to promote safe walking, cycling and driving

Remembrance Day: Goldfish, caterpillars and close calls

Air crew members saved by parachutes and life vests part of exclusive company

Buy-Low Foods opens first Nanaimo store

Shoppers pack aisles as company hosts opening ceremony for new store in Harewood