Greg Sakaki

Timbermen to face Shamrocks in Round 1 of WLA playoffs

Nanaimo qualified for post-season by tying their final regular-season game at Burnaby on Friday

Crews extinguish grass fire on farmland in Extension

Fire started Thursday afternoon on Virostko Road just outside Nanaimo

Pirates win the pennant

Mid Island Pirates sweep UBC Thunder to claim BCPBL regular-season title

Pirates have a chance to win pennant

Mid Island Pirates sweep Langley Blaze, four midweek games remain

Junior A Timbermen even up playoff series with defending champs

Nanaimo doubles up Coquitlam 10-5 in Game 4 of best-of-seven BCJALL semifinal

Nanaimo tubber sets all-time record at bathtub race

Justin Lofstrom completes course in fastest-ever time

Nanaimo-Opoly will let board game players deal Harbour City properties

Victoria’s Outset Media and Walmart Canada partner on local edition of popular game

World’s fastest bathtub racer to be determined this weekend in Nanaimo

Great International World Championship Bathtub Race caps full weekend of downtown events

Celebrity adds star power to Green Party town hall in Nanaimo

Pamela Anderson attended with representatives from U.S.-based environmental group

Nanaimo mom says she will go to court to try to get allegedly abducted daughter back

Tasha Brown says her estranged wife abducted their daughter Kaydance Etchells in 2016

Silly Boat Regatta fills Nanaimo harbour with silly sailing

Island Red Cedar Construction wins this year’s race

Nanaimo’s peewee girls win provincial lacrosse championship

Peewee B Timbermen defeat Coquitlam Adanacs 5-2 to win gold

City of Nanaimo reports on council and staff wages and expenses

Municipality had 303 employees who made more than $75,000

Silly Boat Regatta set to make a splash in Nanaimo harbour

Community event, a fundraiser for the Nanaimo Child Development Centre, takes place Sunday, July 14

Junior A Nanaimo Timbermen make playoffs

T-men will face Coquitlam Adanacs in a best-of-seven semifinal series

Supervised consumption sites will no longer require public hearings

Nanaimo city council votes to define supervised drug consumption as a health service

Nanaimo dragonboat racers didn’t mind delay due to killer whales

Visit from orcas was a ‘very exciting first’ for Save-On-Foods Nanaimo Dragonboat Festival

Nanaimo’s trampoline gymnasts are high achievers

Four athletes medal at provincial and Western championships, three going to nationals

Timbermen win fourth straight, beating league’s first-place team

Nanaimo climbs to second place in Western Lacrosse Association

Former Eaton’s employees will get together to remember store’s heyday

Department store used to be an anchor tenant at Woodgrove Centre but closed in 1999