Greg Sakaki

City reviewing plans for huge Sandstone project in south Nanaimo

Seacliff Properties says it’s been told to be ready for a public hearing this fall

Protesters march in Nanaimo, calling for greater protection of forests and watersheds

March for the Forests happened downtown on Friday afternoon

Motor home burns up at north Nanaimo intersection

No one hurt in incident Friday morning at old Island Highway, Rutherford Road and Mostar Road

Federal Green leadership candidate making final push, but cancels event in Nanaimo

David Merner was supposed to speak at Bowen Park this past weekend

City of Nanaimo begins project planning for multimillion-dollar public works yard upgrades

Councillors vote to reallocate $200,000 to develop architectural concepts and cost estimates

Nanaimo council gives school district permission to demolish Franklyn Street gym

Heritage alteration permit issued for unused, fire-damaged building

Nanaimo’s cancer society office closing permanently

Office had been temporarily closed since March due to COVID-19

Alleged squatter in Nanaimo refuses to leave house, police dog sent in

Arrest made on Nicol Street on Monday night

Threat made against south Nanaimo school draws RCMP presence

‘Troubling’ threat directed at Cinnabar Valley Elementary comes via e-mail just before back-to-school

Nanaimo man wins $675,000 on Set for Life scratch ticket

Matt Deri bought winning ticket at Jingle Pot Gas N Go

Nanaimo Clippers looking for new GM as Campbell moving on

BCHL team expected to hire new general manager or head of business operations this month

Low COVID-19 case count has Nanaimo well-positioned for the fall, doctor says

Even if risks increase, they will remain low, says Dr. Mike Benusic

City of Nanaimo will look into ‘situation tables’ to address social disorder

Nanaimo MLA presents idea to city council, RCMP voices support

City of Nanaimo expresses interest in supportive shelter for people experiencing homelessness

Provincial government looking for Vancouver Island location for 60-bed navigation centre

Departure Creek restoration meant to make habitat more fish-friendly

Streamkeepers, Departure Bay neighbours, City of Nanaimo, NALT and others partner on project

Lantzville business now guarded by animatronic dinosaur

Stan Pottie purchased two dinos in auction this month

Girl Guide from Nanaimo recognized with national Change Maker Award

Alex Brick, 12, one of four girls her age across Canada to receive award

Federal Green leadership hopeful brings eco-socialist campaign to Nanaimo

Dimitri Lascaris one of nine candidates running for party leader

Nanaimo’s Stone Soup association ordered to stop its backyard recycling

Wisteria association uses money raised to support its charity that feeds people on Wesley Street

Protesters in Nanaimo call for greater protection of old-growth forests

Extinction Rebellion organized rally at Maffeo Sutton Park on Saturday afternoon