Greg Sakaki

UPDATE: Discontent City campers don’t plan on leaving

City of Nanaimo issues trespass notice at downtown homeless camp

Season preview: Timbermen looking to take the next step

Nanaimo’s senior A lacrosse team starts the WLA season this week on the road

Nanaimo bathtub racer has his motor stolen right off his tub

Kurt Henderson was expected to be a contender in the super-modified division

VIDEO: Nanaimo celebrates heritage with parade, festival

Nanaimo Heritage Festival includes parade downtown and music and activities at park

New VIU soccer coach takes over national-championship-winning team

Larry Stefanek hired to lead Mariners men’s soccer program

Nanaimo Heritage Festival promotes peace and love

1960s theme chosen for this year’s event, to be held Sunday, May 20

NRE will present business plan to the public this month

Nanaimo Recycling Exchange plans public engagement sessions for May 26 and May 30

Green Party leader says pipeline, climate commitments incompatible

Elizabeth May was in Nanaimo on Tuesday for a documentary screening

Community plan being amended to turn water district land into park

City council passed first, second and third readings of a park dedication bylaw

Brechin United Church redevelopment receives city’s blessing

Nanaimo city council votes unanimously to approve permit for Estevan Road project

Senior B Timbermen beat Caps back-to-back

Nanaimo sweeps Royal City by scores of 11-6 and 9-6 in WCSLA action

Home teams win in Harbour City roller derby doubleheader

The Harbour City Ship Rex defeated the Victoria Hard Cores 202-167 on Saturday at Frank Crane Arena

Development permit issued for Amrikko’s property at Departure Bay

Nanaimo city council votes 7-1 in favour of issuing a development permit for 1400 Wingrove St.

One person hurt in fire in north Nanaimo

Woman suffers burns, taken to hospital after fire on Norton Road

Nanaimo city council votes to go ahead with budget

2.08-per cent tax increase passes three readings on 6-3 vote

Fire station No. 1 gets go-ahead from citizens through alternative approval process

City can borrow $17 million to rebuild Nanaimo Fire Rescue hall on Fitzwilliam Street

Re/Max Timbermen rack up the goals in first game

Senior B Nanaimo Timbermen beat Langley Warriors by 18-11 score

V.I. Raiders like what they see at spring camp

Nanaimo’s junior football team holds three-day camp at NDSS Community Field

Column: Jane’s Walk showed downtown from different perspectives

More than 100 people participated in public spaces walking tour of Nanaimo’s downtown Saturday

Junior A Timbermen fade in home opener

Nanaimo falls 15-9 to Langley Thunder in BCJALL action at the NIC on Saturday