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Motocross race series announced

No nationals this year, but Wastelands track will host three races

Nanaimo RCMP seek the owner or owners of items recovered during the course of a vehicle break-in call Feb. 22.

Nanaimo RCMP seek owner of surveying equipment

Police are seeking the lawful owner of an orange Pelican case and a surveyor tool recovered in late February.

Nanaimo RCMP seek the owner or owners of items recovered during the course of a vehicle break-in call Feb. 22.
Dover Bay wrestler Steven Guo

High school wrestlers finish strong

Dover Bay athletes place second at Island championships; coach honoured for service.

Dover Bay wrestler Steven Guo
Sofia LaBounty

Kids’ cuts

NANAIMO – Former students helps arrange free haircuts for Fairview Elementary School.

Sofia LaBounty
Kim Cowley-Adam

Weaving ways

NANAIMO – Mid-Island Co-op provides $2,500 to Nanaimo Association for Community Living's weaving program.

Kim Cowley-Adam
Debbie Narver

Lodge support

NANAIMO – Downtown Rotary club provides $40,000 cheque to Nanaimo Travellers Lodge.

Debbie Narver
Supt. Cameron Miller

Nanaimo and District Crime Stoppers volunteers recognized

NANAIMO – Volunteers and the media acknowledged for helping to make Nanaimo Crime Stoppers one of best in province.

Supt. Cameron Miller
Nanaimo Museum offers spring break activities for children and families

Nanaimo Museum offers spring break activities for children and families

NANAIMO – A Night at the Museum and other activities are designed for kids ages five to 12 years.

Nanaimo Museum offers spring break activities for children and families

Grocery chain retains best managed status

NANAIMO – Quality Foods recognized in national business awards.

Nanaimo Clippers forward Matt Creamer was named the team's Most Valuable Player at the junior A hockey club's year-end banquet on Wednesday.

Creamer chosen as Clippers’ MVP

The Nanaimo Clippers held their year-end banquet on Wednesday. Winning Most Valuable Player was forward Matt Creamer.

Nanaimo Clippers forward Matt Creamer was named the team's Most Valuable Player at the junior A hockey club's year-end banquet on Wednesday.
Members of Mid-Island 100 Women Who Care raised more than $13

Nanaimo women raise more than $13,000 for charity

NANAIMO – Group meets four times per year to support registered charities in the mid-Island

Members of Mid-Island 100 Women Who Care raised more than $13
Nanaimo Mounties hope the public can help them reunite a found boat motor with its rightful owner.

Nanaimo Mounties arrive during alleged home invasion

NANAIMO – Three suspects were charged with breaking and entering, assault and uttering threats.

Nanaimo Mounties hope the public can help them reunite a found boat motor with its rightful owner.
Nanaimo chamber of commerce seeks nominations for annual business awards

Nanaimo chamber of commerce seeks nominations for annual business awards

NANAIMO – Greater Nanaimo Chamber of Commerce celebrates 17th annual Business Achievement Awards.

Nanaimo chamber of commerce seeks nominations for annual business awards

Junior B Bucs bounced after blowout loss

The Nanaimo Buccaneers junior B team was blown out 11-5 by the Campbell River Storm in Game 5 on Tuesday on the road.

Non-profit groups invited to help clean up Nanaimo

NANAIMO – The City of Nanaimo open Cleaner Community Partnership Program to new participants

Nanaimo District Islanders player Ismael Ndiaye puts up a shot during a game against Robert Bateman at AAA provincials last week in Langley.

NDSS ninth, Wellington 10th at provincials

Nanaimo District Secondary School’s senior AAA boys’ basketball team finished ninth at the B.C. championships last week in Langley.

Nanaimo District Islanders player Ismael Ndiaye puts up a shot during a game against Robert Bateman at AAA provincials last week in Langley.

Mariners volleyball takes third at nationals

The VIU Mariners earned bronze this past week at the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association championships in Victoria.

Preliminary results are being tabulated in Nanaimo's events centre referendum.

Updated: Preliminary results show 80 per cent ‘no’ vote for Nanaimo events centre

NANAIMO – Preliminary results from City of Nanaimo show 80 per cent of voters rejected borrowing $80 million for project.

Preliminary results are being tabulated in Nanaimo's events centre referendum.

Raiders alum hosts flag football camp

Marshall Cook is hosting a flag football camp at Comox Field later this month for children ages 7-14.

Editorial: Go and vote in referendum

NANAIMO – What's most important now are the thoughts of the majority.