Greg Sakaki

City will ask citizens, through alternative approval, to borrow $17M for fire hall

City council votes 5-4 to take next steps to proceed with project

Supportive housing project won’t go ahead at Cranberry Road site

City council voted 7-2 to withdraw from project but try to pursue other options with B.C. Housing

VIU volleyball teams will go for the kill as playoffs start

Vancouver Island University’s men’s and women’s teams have byes into PacWest semifinals

VIU talks about B.C.’s video game sector at lunchtime series

Lunch and Learn sessions run on Tuesdays at VIU’s Nanaimo campu

Nanaimo and Oceanside meet in junior B playoff series

Buccaneers and Generals play Game 1 on Tuesday, Feb. 20 at Nanaimo Ice Centre

Registration on now for Nanaimo minor baseball

In-person registration days Feb. 18 and Feb. 24-25 at Kirby’s Source for Sports

Opinion: Town hall questions needed to be asked

This month’s town hall with Trudeau didn’t strike the right tone for a lot of people

Top-ranked Mariners men win more matches

VIU’s men’s volleyball team defeated the Douglas Royals this past weekend in PacWest action

Clippers beat Centennials for sixth-straight win

Nanaimo won both its home games this weekend, defeating Wenatchee 4-1 and then Merritt 3-1

VIDEO: Ice dancers have all the right moves as Woodgrove’s indoor rink opens

Synthetic rink will be set up at Woodgrove Centre until April 1

Sechelt First Nation won’t hire Nanaimo CAO

Sechelt councillor says decision was made Thursday

Draft picks will help Nanaimo Timbermen balance out the floor

Left-handed transition player Drew Belgrave chosen with the third overall pick

City of Nanaimo will resume recordings of finance meetings

Nanaimo city council voted Monday to record finance and audit committee meetings moving forward

City will look at other locations for supportive housing

Nanaimo city council passes motion to look at alternatives to planned Chase River site

City concerned about workplace safety after alleged death threat against mayor

City of Nanaimo has launched an internal investigation following threats made at city hall last week

City’s chief financial officer more than 100 per cent over his expense budget

The city released statements of financial information for its managers through Sept. 30, 2017

Buccaneers tie it up late, win in OT against Generals

Nanaimo defeats Oceanside 2-1 in VIJHL action at the NIC

Nanaimo Clippers score game-winning goal with a minute left to go

Clippers defeat the Victoria Grizzlies, get ready to host Cowichan Valley Capitals

Thefts have football team suffering losses during off-season

V.I. Raiders’ tower broken into at Caledonia Park

Environmental groups will have plenty of questions at town hall with prime minister

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will be in the Harbour City on Friday, Feb. 2