Chris Hamlyn

Despite watering restrictions

COASTAL LIVING: Not a drop to waste

NANAIMO – Water restrictions making a difference in supply.

Despite watering restrictions
Race organizer Jeff Motley addresses spectators and crews as the Van Isle 360 wraps up in Nanaimo Harbour Saturday.

Van Isle 360 fleet returns

NANAIMO – More to the Black Press Van Isle 360 yacht race than crews jumping aboard their vessels and sailing around Vancouver Island.

Race organizer Jeff Motley addresses spectators and crews as the Van Isle 360 wraps up in Nanaimo Harbour Saturday.

COLUMN: Twenty years and time to move on

NANAIMO – Leaving post means walk down memory lane.

City staff highlight risk from dam breach

NANAIMO – Emotion is butting heads with corporate responsibility over Colliery Dam Park.

Black Press Van Isle 360 sets sails out of Nanaimo

NANAIMO – Yacht race includes nine stops in Island communities before returning to Harbour City.

Popular park sees upgrade

NANAIMO – City improves stairs at Blueback Road beach access.

COLUMN: First litterer messed it up for us all

NANAIMO – Littering had to start sometime and somewhere. Was it right at the beginning?

Mike Van Ham

Fertilizer program increases growth of forest

NANAIMO – Application of biosolids to VIU woodlot has produced 'amazing' results.

Mike Van Ham

Longevity with newspaper boils down to sense of loyalty

NANAIMO - New publication took a chance on new writer

COLUMN: Camping solves work-week stresses

NANAIMO – There’s something to be said about camping.

COLUMN: Election campaign stuck in tot lot

NANAIMO – Election issues take backseat to childish tactics.

Voting stations stand ready for electorate

NANAIMO – B.C’s 40th general election campaign enters the final week.

Campaign aims to get voters out

NANAIMO – Elections B.C. provides information on how and when to vote in the May 14 election.

COLUMN: No multiplex on my dime, thank you

NANAIMO – Any multiplex in Nanaimo must be paid entirely with private money.

The 23

New clubhouse a point of pride

NANAIMO – Building opens in July to better serve community.

The 23

Service club celebrates 60 years

NANAIMO – In 60 years, Altrusa International of Nanaimo has shaped the Harbour City in a variety of ways.

Environment review, economy cited for marina deal failure

NANAIMO – Port Authority readies boat basin for busy summer season, will look at options this fall.

Marina group backs out of boat basin agreement

NANAIMO – Memorandum of agreement signed between the Nanaimo Port Authority and Pacific Northwest in May 2012 expired April 1.

Linley Valley application before city staff

NANAIMO – Bylaw authorizes city general manager to approve development application.

COLUMN: Flying friendly skies means a detour

NANAIMO – Costs of flying in Canada send travellers flocking to the U.S.