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Update: Black Press Extreme Career Fair takes place rain, snow or shine

NANAIMO – Career fair takes place at Florence Filberg Centre in Courtenay Thursday (Feb. 9).

Shuttle available from Nanaimo to Black Press career fair

NANAIMO – Shuttle departs three times throughout the day from Frank Crane Areana in Nanaimo.

City of Nanaimo puts garbage and recycling collection on hold due to snow

City of Nanaimo puts garbage and recycling collection on hold due to snow

NANAIMO – City redeployed sanitation crew to help remove snow and ice from bus stops, steps and bridges.

City of Nanaimo puts garbage and recycling collection on hold due to snow

Nanaimo’s Coast Bastion awarded hotel of the year at brand conference

NANAIMO – Nanaimo location chosen from Coast Hotels' network of properties.

Ben Solin jumps out of the way Jake Harris's overtime winning goal.

Nanaimo Clippers needed overtime to beat division rivals

NANAIMO – Nanaimo junior A hockey team still in playoff contention.

Ben Solin jumps out of the way Jake Harris's overtime winning goal.
Nanaimo RCMP arrested Brian Thomas Monday. Thomas was wanted for several outstanding warrants.

Update: Nanaimo RCMP arrest man wanted on several warrants

NANAIMO - Mounties have arrested Brian Thomas who was wanted for several outstanding warrants.

Nanaimo RCMP arrested Brian Thomas Monday. Thomas was wanted for several outstanding warrants.

Female field lacrosse players impress at U.S. tournament

NANAIMO – Nine members of Nanaimo Raiders U19 played at Sandstorm tournament in Palm Springs, Calif.

Traffic was slowed on Nicol Street Friday when ice formed

Snow, ice slow morning traffic in Nanaimo

NANAIMO – Drivers faced with icy commute following overnight snowfall. City issues driving advisory.

Traffic was slowed on Nicol Street Friday when ice formed
Quality Foods

Quality Foods earns Business of the Year award

Grocery chain has made inroads into West Shore retail market

Quality Foods

Vigil for Quebec City mosque shooting victims at Diana Krall Plaza tonight

A vigil in memorial of the victims of the Jan. 29 shooting at a Quebec City mosque will be will held tonight (Feb. 2) in Nanaimo.

Editorial: Ethics shouldn’t be a grey area

NANAIMO – Elected officials must be held to a higher standard.

Jennifer Johnson

Update: Volunteers find missing hiker near Nanaimo’s Ammonite Falls

NANAIMO – Search and rescue technicians locate 20-year-old man who got separated from hiking group on weekend.

Jennifer Johnson
Sean McCue

Sean McCue appointed News Bulletin publisher

NANAIMO - McCue to focus on delivering high level of service and quality content in digital era.

Sean McCue
Nanaimo BMX Association athlete Piper Graaten wins a tall trophy at the U.S.A. BMX Grand Nationals at the end of November in Tulsa

BMX athlete wins at U.S.A. grand nationals

Lantzville’s Piper Graaten won her division at both the Race of Champions and the U.S. Grand Nationals in Tulsa, Okla.

Nanaimo BMX Association athlete Piper Graaten wins a tall trophy at the U.S.A. BMX Grand Nationals at the end of November in Tulsa

High-level baseball coaches will share knowledge on Vancouver Island

There will be baseball clinics for players ages 12-18 at Nanoose Bay’s Arbutus Meadows Equestrian Centre from Feb. 3-5.

Drew Gonsalves

Cultural roots inspire music

NANAIMO – Drew Gonsalves performs with Kobo Town at the Queen's.

Drew Gonsalves
Donny Edwards performs as Elvis Presley. His show at the Port Theatre is scheduled for Feb. 6.

The King gets a reboot

NANAIMO – Elvis Presley tribute singer performs at the Port Theatre.

Donny Edwards performs as Elvis Presley. His show at the Port Theatre is scheduled for Feb. 6.
Gabriola author Morri Mostow recently wrote and published her first children’s book

Book inspired by friend’s dog

NANAIMO – Gabriola author Morri Mostow creates P.J. le Pooch character.

Gabriola author Morri Mostow recently wrote and published her first children’s book

Nanaimo non-profit groups benefit from federal money

NANAIMO – Three Nanaimo non-profit organizations will benefit from $13,398 from the Canadian government Enabling Accessibility Fund.

Nanaimo car dealership seeks nominations for two-year use of free vehicle

NANAIMO – Nanaimo Toyota is asking people to submit nominations through Facebook.