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Two Nanaimo families selected for new Habitat homes

NANAIMO – Habitat for Humanity Mid-Vancouver Island nears completion of its Meadow Hill development on Extension Road.

Nanaimo Mounties hope the public can help them reunite a found boat motor with its rightful owner.

Nanaimo police looking for owner of boat motor

NANAIMO – RCMP in Nanaimo have a found boat motor they can't match to an owner.

Nanaimo Mounties hope the public can help them reunite a found boat motor with its rightful owner.
Regional District of Nanaimo reviews spending for tourism, economic development

Regional District of Nanaimo discusses signage

NANAIMO – Residents will be asked for feedback on rural area signage.

Regional District of Nanaimo reviews spending for tourism, economic development

Vancouver Island building award finalists announced

NANAIMO – Canadian Home Builders Association announces finalists for building awards.

An artist’s conceptual drawing suggests what a sports and entertainment centre could look like in Nanaimo.

Record number of votes cast in advance polls for Nanaimo events centre referendum

NANAIMO – General voting takes place Saturday (March 11) with results available on the City of Nanaimo website the same night.

An artist’s conceptual drawing suggests what a sports and entertainment centre could look like in Nanaimo.

ICBC helps pay for safe driving program on Vancouver Island

NANAIMO – ICBC supports Prevent Alcohol and Risk-Related Trauma in Youth (PARTY) program.

Buccaneers beaten in double overtime

The Nanaimo Buccaneers lost 3-2 to the Campbell River Storm in junior B hockey playoff action on Tuesday night up Island.

Nanaimo Mounties hope the public can help them reunite a found boat motor with its rightful owner.

Nanaimo man gets six months for break and enter

Suspect pleaded guilty in court after caught by police in sporting goods store.

Nanaimo Mounties hope the public can help them reunite a found boat motor with its rightful owner.

Work started on Linley Valley West access project

Trees being cleared to make way for Linley Valley neighbourhood access improvement project.

Marlin Marston puts a hold on teammate Korin Gardner during practice last Thursday at the Nanaimo Judo Club. The youths were preparing for this past weekend’s Pacific International judo competition at the Richmond Olympic Oval.

Judo youths winners at Pacific Invitational

Nanaimo Judo Club athletes were successful at last Saturday’s Pacific International judo tournament at the Richmond Olympic Oval.

Marlin Marston puts a hold on teammate Korin Gardner during practice last Thursday at the Nanaimo Judo Club. The youths were preparing for this past weekend’s Pacific International judo competition at the Richmond Olympic Oval.
An artist’s conceptual drawing suggests what a sports and entertainment centre could look like in Nanaimo.

Timeline: News Bulletin coverage of proposed Nanaimo events centre

NANAIMO – Timeline includes stories written by News Bulletin staff on proposed Nanaimo events centre.

An artist’s conceptual drawing suggests what a sports and entertainment centre could look like in Nanaimo.
Vancouver Island Conference Centre

City of Nanaimo awards conference centre management to Spectra

NANAIMO – Spectra will oversee operation and marketing of the conference centre, as well as destination marketing services.

Vancouver Island Conference Centre
Nanaimo Regional General Hospital CT Supervisor Jeff Stevens and Deanna Noonan

Scanner support

NANAIMO – Ladysmith Health Care Auxiliary donates $50,000 to Nanaimo Regional General Hospital.

Nanaimo Regional General Hospital CT Supervisor Jeff Stevens and Deanna Noonan
Nanaimo Clippers forward Tristan Crozier

Clippers, Grizzlies all even to start series

The Nanaimo Clippers and the Victoria Grizzlies split the first two games of the BCHL post-season at Victoria’s Q Centre this past weekend.

Nanaimo Clippers forward Tristan Crozier
Police in Nanaimo hope the public can help identify two suspects of a home invasion that happened Feb. 16.

Police search for suspects after home invasion in central Nanaimo

NANAIMO – Three suspects allegedly forced their way into apartment building by threatening resident.

Police in Nanaimo hope the public can help identify two suspects of a home invasion that happened Feb. 16.

NDSS wins Island boys’ basketball title

Nanaimo District Secondary School’s senior AAA boys’ basketball team won the Vancouver Island title, defeating Wellington 79-43.

Tales the Whale

Nanaimo hockey players help students engage with reading

NANAIMO – Harbourfront library hosts program to engage reluctant readers.

Tales the Whale

Nanaimo hospitality association seeks grant applications

NANAIMO – Organization has money available for people putting on festival and sporting events.

Ryan Mann of the Giants

Hockey players good sports at Tubbers’ Cup

The 36th annual Tubbers' Cup hockey tournament was held last weekend at Nanaimo rinks.

Ryan Mann of the Giants

Old City Quarter association discusses Malaspina Gardens property

NANAIMO – Future of property that housed Nanaimo hospital uncertain.