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NANAIMO – Students at Seaview Elementary School will get a chance to nurture their green thumbs next school year.
NANAIMO – Habitat for Humanity launches fundraising campaign and chooses families.
Dozens of people showed up at District of Lantzville headquarters to celebrate the district's 10th anniversary of incorporation Tuesday.
It will soon cost international students wishing to attend Nanaimo school district schools a little more money.
NANAIMO – School board votes to close schools, extend closure consultations during Wednesday's board meeting.
NANAIMO – More than 900 secondary students will dress up in cap and gown and receive their diplomas this week.
NANAIMO – Test of Metal mountain bike race worth taking part, but maybe just once.
NANAIMO – Student adds winning a national award and being featured in a popular magazine to her list of accomplishments.
NANAIMO – Man facing weapons charge following deadly shootout testified last week.
The District of Lantzville is 10 years old and the milestone will be celebrated with an open house on Tuesday (June 25).
NANAIMO – Salvation Army set to drive away hunger at its ninth annual Charity Golf Classic Tuesday (June 25) at Cottonwood Golf Course.
More than 280 women come forward to join a class action lawsuit filed against the RCMP by a former Nanaimo Mountie.
NANAIMO – A trip to West Africa left several Nanaimo District Secondary School students changed.
NANAIMO – Tears and laughter intermingled at the Canadian Cancer Society's annual Relay for Life.
NANAIMO – A man injured in a shootout that happened on Wilgress Road in May 2010 testified at the resulting weapons trial on Thursday.
NANAIMO – Dozens upon dozens of native plants can be found at the Nanaimo and Area Land Trust's Native Plant Nursery in Cassidy.
NANAIMO – Hundreds attended first public meeting on district's facilities plan.
NANAIMO – School district teachers and support staff have new union leaders.
A B.C. Supreme Court judge has stayed an extortion charge against a Nanaimo man because it was taking too long to get the matter to trial.
NANAIMO – First of four public meetings to collect feedback on school district's proposed 10-year facilities plan happened last night.