Greg Sakaki

Nanaimo’s LGBTQ community and allies parade for pride

The Nanaimo Pride Parade was held through the downtown Saturday

Byelection runner-up will try again for city council seat

Sacia Burton announces she’s running for council in the coming local government election

Nanaimo newcomer wants to bring her ideas to city council

Laura McLeod among first to announce she’s running in municipal election

Nanaimo’s museum and archives planning a merger

Archives could be moving into museum space at Vancouver Island Conference Centre

Nanaimo man who died in work accident had gotten engaged two days earlier

Family identifies Joe Hermann, 40, as the person killed at Parksville job site Monday

Radio talk show host running for Nanaimo city council

Rae Kornberger announces candidacy

Nanaimo minor baseball concession stand suffers another break-in

Fieldhouse at Serauxmen Sports Fields has been broken into twice in six weeks

Province seeking fair dealing for renters and landlords

Provincial government task force stopped in Nanaimo on Wednesday for public engagement

Pride flag raised at Nanaimo City Hall

A flag-raising ceremony was held Wednesday evening as part of pride week

Goalie gives up just one goal as Re/Max T-men win again

Nanaimo defeats Langley 6-1 in WCSLA action Sunday at Frank Crane Arena

Community members march in opposition to pipeline project

A protest and march was held in downtown Nanaimo on Monday

Nanaimo-Ladysmith MP holds emergency town hall on pipeline purchase

Sheila Malcolmson says there were already environmental risks, now there are more economic risks

Timbermen beat Shamrocks in lacrosse home opener

Nanaimo defeated Victoria by a 12-9 score in WLA action Saturday at Frank Crane Arena

V.I. Raiders add a lot to the roster on signing day

Players from across Canada commit to Nanaimo’s junior football team

Driver unhurt in rollover crash on Nanaimo River Road

Accident happened Friday, June 1 at 7:30 p.m.

Nanaimo Museum will receive a bequest of half a million dollars

Money was gifted by Arthur Leynard, a life member of the museum

VIDEO: Two more bathtub motors taken by thieves

Two stock tub motors stolen from Archie Johnstone Plumbing and Heating

Automated garbage collection about to roll out for the rest of Nanaimo

City staff says new garbage truck will be needed next year

Nanaimo Timbermen winners in first game

Nanaimo senior A lacrosse team wins against Coquitlam, loses versus Maple Ridge

Nanaimo Recycling Exchange presents draft business plan

NRE delegation will go back before city council June 11 to ask for $6.05 million