Chris Bush

Telethon generates more than $241,000 for Nanaimo children

$30,000 home renovation prize announced at Nanaimo Child Development Centre fundraising event

Cops for Cancer Tour de Rock rolls south from Nanaimo

Nanaimo red serge gala raises $17,000 to fight childhood cancer

Fall Home Expo being held in Nanaimo this weekend

Dozens of exhibitors offering products for home improvements and personal comfort

Harbour Air safety boat stolen in Nanaimo

Rigid-hull safety craft valued at more than $30,000 taken from aerodrome dock Friday morning

Tour de Rock rolls into Nanaimo today

Tour started last Sunday in Port Alice and reaches Nanaimo on Sunday, Sept. 30

PHOTOS: Quality Foods hosts grand opening of Harewood store

Grocery store will double as community gathering place with pub, outdoor patios and conference room

Nanaimo entrepreneurs draw gold from Dragons’ Den

Brother and sister team from Nanaimo land deal to jump start new business idea

Two suspects arrested in Nanaimo for fraud, theft, drugs

Man and woman facing multiple charges after police stopped a car bearing a stolen licence plate

Vancouver Island designated as foreign trade zone

NANAIMO - Trade zone designation simplifies importing and exporting and provides duty relief

Car and pickup collide at Waddington Road intersection

One woman treated by paramedics at scene after accident at Terminal and Waddington on Friday morning

Nanaimo RCMP’s Bear backtracks to familiar territory

Nanaimo Mounties Const. Bear on cross-Canada journey is back from fighting B.C. wildfires

Foundations support community projects and programs in Nanaimo region

Griefmobile, pregnancy centre, nurse exam room simulator among recipients of more than $72,000

Man rescued from cliff ledge in north Nanaimo

Firefighters rescue man who fell down steep embankment on Bayshore Drive property

Howard Johnson Harbourside Hotel to cease operations

Announcement from hotel operations manager says hotel to close Oct. 31

Nanaimo Citizen Advocacy needs cash to cover operating costs

Organization helps 2,200 people annually through general and legal advocacy programs

Three injured in early morning brawl in downtown Nanaimo

RCMP are investigating a fight on Commercial Street that injured three people

September is Big Brothers Big Sisters Month in Nanaimo

Organization looking for volunteers and donations to support community services

Nanaimo firefighters rescue dog, put out house fire

Fire broke out in crawlspace of home on Victoria Road on Friday, Aug. 31

Person suffers burns after explosion, fire at Discontent City

Fireworks reportedly ignited inside tent early Friday morning

Student orientation day rocks at university

Rock the VIU annual festivities get hundreds of new students familiar with campus and staff