Chris Bush

Nanaimo rally staged to call for old-growth forest protection

Rally held Wednesday at Nanaimo-North Cowichan MLA’s office to present petition

Two-car collision in Nanaimo sends one to hospital

Driver suffers injuries in T-bone collision near Country Club Centre

Year of the Pig and Robbie Burns Day combine for cross-culture celebration

Chinese and Scottish culture meet at 12th annual Robbie Burns Chinese New Year.

Women barricade themselves in bedroom during Nanaimo home invasion

Women update 911 operator during seven-minute wait for police after man kicked in front door.

Nanaimo nature club wants more members

Nature Nanaimo wants to grow membership to expand activities and projects

Minor mattress fire could have killed, Nanaimo Fire Rescue warns

Public fire safety warnings issued following potentially deadly fire on Victoria Road

Kw’umut Lelum hosts grand opening of new Nanaimo office

Nanaimo centre will serve urban families from nine First Nations

UPDATE: Gofundme campaign started for wife of victim in double fatal head-on crash

Clifford Bishop, 54, a resident of Cassidy, had been a truck driver since he was 18

Nanaimo Astronomy Society will look at the latest from the Kuiper Belt

Wesley Fraser, astronomer and planetary scientist, presents discoveries by New Horizons spacecraft

Nanaimo garden tool maker hopes to cultivate investment on Dragons’ Den

Jen Gibb turned car accident injury into opportunity to take a fresh approach to garden tool design

Nanaimo rally held to support those opposing gas pipeline

Protesters vent opposition to the Coastal GasLink project and RCMP arrests

Stephenson Point, Hammond Bay properties are Nanaimo’s highest-assessed

Property sales drive valuations for neighbourhoods and regions

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