Greg Sakaki

Nanaimo senior who was excessively speeding says her vehicle shouldn’t have been impounded

RCMP say they can’t exercise discretion when it comes to excessive speeding tickets

Two Nanaimo teens on a go-kart get Tim Hortons drive-thru order

Grade 8 students at NDSS answer grandparent’s challenge

Nanaimo council votes 5-4 to change covenant to allow for north-end condo building

Neighbours express opposition to six-storey, 66-unit building on McRobb Avenue

Nanaimo Clippers organizing series of free drive-in movies

50 vehicles a night will be permitted at showings next month

Crosswalk being built at north end of Metral Drive in Nanaimo

‘Staggered’ crosswalk to fit with city’s ‘complete streets’ phased work

Fundraiser set up to help mother of 20-year-old Nanaimo man who died in Jeep crash

Jerry Gaspari remembered as loving son, ‘happy go-lucky’ guy

Warning signs posted, cougar not found after attacking dogs near Nanaimo River

B.C. Conservation Officer Service notified of ‘similar’ cougar encounters this month

Driver hurt after flipping car, knocking out hydro pole on Extension Road

1,300 customers without power after crash at about 5:30 p.m. Friday

Column: Kaitlyn takes offence to Lantzville’s policy preventing street names like ‘Kaitlyn Way’

New road-naming policy encourages recognizing historical figures

City of Nanaimo finalizes property tax rate

Tax notices with 4.5-per cent increase to be mailed this month, city says

Task force getting started on guiding Nanaimo’s economic recovery out of pandemic

Mayor’s task force on recovery and resilience holds first meeting today, May 14

Downtown association asking City of Nanaimo to revisit closure of community policing office

Victoria Crescent Association president says office ‘integral’ to area’s safety

Nanaimo’s business community anxious to find out more about re-opening B.C.

Greater Nanaimo Chamber of Commerce will help businesses navigate province’s phased plan

Nanaimo Buccaneers’ first-ever coach returning to the hockey team’s bench

Brad Knight named coach, GM, director of hockey operations of VIJHL club

Lantzville finds budget savings, but isn’t dipping into reserves

District lowers tax increase from 23 per cent to about 20 per cent

Nanaimo’s downtown community policing office closing

Bylaw and parking staff to be relocated to city’s service and resource centre

Beekeepers in Nanaimo watching out for what are now being called ‘murder hornets’

Asian giant hornets haven’t been seen on Vancouver Island since nest eradicated last fall

Nanaimo city council decides against property tax relief during pandemic

Councillors vote against accessing reserve fund to lessen 4.5-per cent property tax increase

Fire at Nanaimo convenience store starts after teen allegedly shoots flare at clerk

Incident happened just after 9 p.m. Saturday at Circle K on Departure Bay Road

Nanaimo resident petitions for $20-per-hour minimum wage for essential workers

Taxpayer says some workers are assessing if their jobs are worth the risk