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NANAIMO – Details surrounding a shootout that happened on Wilgress Road in May 2010 to be revealed during a trial that began Monday.
NANAIMO – Support workers in school district a step closer to job action.
NANAIMO – The sights, sounds and tastes of a variety of cultures from around the globe will be featured at the Multicultural Festival.
NANAIMO – Parksville-Qualicum MLA Michelle Stilwell is new to the political scene, but she already has an important role to play.
NANAIMO – Cancer never sleeps, as those fighting the disease know only too well.
Two Nanaimo residents were recently fined for illegal dumping offences.
NANAIMO – Number of threats to the health of the Georgia Strait that a local advocacy group wants to highlight for World Oceans Day.
NANAIMO – Fire officials believe the cause of a house fire that displaced nine people Sunday was smoking materials.
NANAImo – Hundreds of Vancouver Island University graduates cross the stage, proud of their accomplishments and full of hope.
A fire that destroyed a Lantzville man's truck, some hedges and damaged his house Thursday afternoon was caused by a propane torch.
NANAIMO – Three call-outs kept Royal Canadian Marine Search and Rescue volunteers busy early this week.
NANAIMO – Black Press Van Isle 360 rules include mandatory safety checks.
NANAIMO – Commercial farming could soon be a permitted activity on residential properties in Lantzville.
NANAIMO – Barbecue catches central Nanaimo duplex on fire.
NANAIMO – Community dialogue aims to gather ideas on how the region can build stronger responses to racism.
NANAIMO – Nine people lost their possessions and the roof over their heads in an early morning house fire Sunday.
Nanaimo school district officials are seeking feedback on a proposed new policy around assessment.
Nanaimo school district will have an extra $1.5 million richer thanks to the sale of a piece of land to a private developer.
NANAIMO – Patrick Ross knows the value of a hand up.
NANAIMO – Graduating students at Wellington Secondary School hope to leave behind a legacy at the school with a unique fundraising idea.