Chris Hamlyn

COLUMN: Not goodbye, just see you later sis

NANAIMO: Family members is at peace after years of fighting mutiple sclerosis.

COLUMN: Smokers need to clean up the mess

NANAIMO: Smokers don't have the right to toss cigarette butts wherever they choose.

A Harbour Air seaplane takes off in choppy Nanaimo seas Tuesday. The city experienced a wind storm from the northwest

City enjoys endless summer

NANAIMO - Sunshine and warm temperatures expected into next week.

A Harbour Air seaplane takes off in choppy Nanaimo seas Tuesday. The city experienced a wind storm from the northwest

‘Graffiti zone’ no more than creative tagging

NANAIMO - Stencils authorizing tunnel as graffiti zone a hoax.

Runners take off from Beban Park as part of the annual Run for the Cure

Runners put up big numbers in fundraiser

NANAIMO – Run for the Cure raises $165,000 for breast cancer research and awareness.

Runners take off from Beban Park as part of the annual Run for the Cure
Runners and walkers take to the streets around the Nanaimo Aquatic Centre Sunday (Sept. 15) for the 32nd annual Terry Fox Run. registration begins at 9 a.m.

Run keeps dream alive

NANAIMO: City hosts 32nd annual Terry Fox Run Sunday (Sept. 16) at aquatic centre.

Runners and walkers take to the streets around the Nanaimo Aquatic Centre Sunday (Sept. 15) for the 32nd annual Terry Fox Run. registration begins at 9 a.m.

SPCA remains under quarantine for ringworm

NANAIMO – Eighteen cats and two dogs confirmed with ringworm at SPCA shelter.

Squash club prepared to let its secret out

NANAIMO: Club gears up for busy winter season.

Redmen battle adversity

NANAIMO: Football squad can't afford a downward spiral.

CHRIS HAMLYN/The News Bulletin Leon Davis

SPCA shelter under quarantine

NANAIMO: Shelter closes doors when ringworm cases confirmed in kittens.

CHRIS HAMLYN/The News Bulletin Leon Davis

Rested Raiders not about to lose focus on Chilliwack

NANAIMO: V.I. Raiders are rested up and ready to resume action in the Canadian Junior Football League.

Bulldogs in for tough test against Rams

NANAIMO: John Barsby Bulldogs aren’t messing around when it comes to preparing for the B.C. High School Football season.

COLUMN: Alberta an eye opener to B.C. boy

Exploring Wild Rose Country reveals a province enjoying a booming economy.

Police presence expected at blockade

NANAIMO: Mounties will be monitoring a Sept. 1 blockade of the Boat Basin.

Boat basin blockade planned

NANAIMO: Lease of downtown marina opposed by protestors.

Protesters plan blockade of Boat Basin

NANAIMO: Opponents to a proposed lease of the Nanaimo Boat Basin to Pacific Northwest Marine Group are taking their protest to the water.

Zach Giszas

Summer camps deal with numbers game

NANAIMO: Demographics plays a part in summer camp attendance.

Zach Giszas

Drinking driving blitz nabs impaired drivers

NANAIMO – People are still not getting the message on drinking and driving.

Nanaimo MLAs call for government transparency

Nanaimo MLAs are all for transparency when it comes to B.C.’s Legislative Assembly’s financial and operational activities.

Nanaimo’s transit numbers bump up

Nanaimo Regional Transit is keeping busy providing commuters with an alternative mode of transportation.