Greg Sakaki

VIU Students’ Union trying to get out the youth vote for proportional rep

Measures taken to try to make sure students can access referendum ballots

Junior football semi-final has GW Graham facing John Barsby Bulldogs

The Bulldogs beat Pitt Meadows Marauders 57-8 in quarterfinal action Wednesday in Nanaimo

Barsby juniors win big, advance to semifinals

Bulldogs beat Pitt Meadows Marauders 57-8 in quarterfinal action Wednesday in Nanaimo

Barsby Bulldogs, after a long break, await playoff football

John Barsby Secondary’s junior and senior football teams host playoff games this week in Nanaimo

V.I. Raiders make coaching change

Nanaimo’s junior football team hires Curtis Vizza to replace Doug Hocking, who resigned last week

Rocks mark Remembrance Day

Artist Deborah Lynn Hibbert painting as many rocks as she can for a themed Remembrance Day display

Camouflage Clippers win in dying seconds

Nanaimo defeats Alberni 5-4 on military appreciation night

Remembrance Day: Soldier rode over, around, and right through the war

Harry Bullock was a dispatch rider during the Second World War’s Italian campaign

Nanaimo Buccaneers come through to beat Braves

Bucs win 3-1 after breaking a third-period tie in VIJHL action Thursday at the NIC

Mariners, Royals will meet again on the basketball court

Men’s teams play a rematch of last winter’s B.C. final

Nanaimo photographer a finalist in World Photographic Cup

Mike Woodworth recognized by competition for the second year in a row

GoFundMe set up to help family of VIU student who died this week

Spencer Stone Shutes died in a fall at Vancouver Island University’s Nanaimo campus on Monday

Nanaimo’s new mayor and council sworn in

Mayor Leonard Krog and city councillors take oath of office

VIU basketball teams win big in home openers

Mariners men’s and women’s b-ball teams defeat Okanagan Coyotes

B.C.’s cross-country championships decided in Nanaimo

John Barsby junior boys win provincial championship

Clippers beat Capitals on overtime hat-trick goal

Tyler Williams scored the OT winner as the Nanaimo Clippers beat the Cowichan Valley Capitals 5-4

VIU men’s basketball team switching things up for a new season

Mariners shift game plan, expect guys will step up in new roles

Suspected drunk driver in Nanaimo crashes, gets chased, crashes again

Incident happened between Chestnut Street and Estevan Road on Sunday night

Nanaimo charity helps to create fair-trade job opportunities abroad

Aldea Maya works with Rotary club to start sewing operation in Guatemalan highland village

VIU Mariners win provincial soccer championship

M’s women shut out Capilano Blues 2-0 in PacWest gold-medal match in Burnaby