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NANAIMO – More than 200 show up to public meeting Thursday to give school trustees feedback on proposed budget cuts.
NANAIMO – Stinging nettle recipes and live music in Bowen Park are two ways to celebrate Earth Day.
NANAIMO – Man will serve a life sentence for the murder of a young mother in a downtown park almost two years ago.
B.C. Liberal Party candidates for two of Nanaimo's electoral areas come just in time for the official start to the election season.
NANAIMO – Major changes could be in store for students, educators and community members in school district.
NANAIMO – School trustees considering about two dozen proposed cuts to balance next year's budget.
NANAIMO – Students at two Nanaimo secondary schools earned provincial recognition this week for their green initiatives.
NANAIMO – District of Lantzville residents will likely see a two-per cent tax increase this year.
A former Nanaimo lawyer disbarred by the Law Society of B.C. in 2007 is now facing criminal charges.
NANAIMO – Consultant reveals recommendations for school district facilities plan at a public meeting tonight (April 11).
NANAIMO – New regional pilot project aims to get more adults with developmental disabilities employed.
NANAIMO – Vancouver Island University develops housing strategy to co-ordinate efforts on finding students quality housing options.
Lantzville's mayor hopes recent settlement will help address the urban agriculture issue.
NANAIMO – Growing the student population is how Vancouver Island University will meet revenue targets in the 2013-14 budget.
NANAIMO – City officials may be barking up the wrong tree when it comes to providing space in select parks for dogs to run off-leash.
NANAIMO – Woman wants to raise awareness about an Island-wide transportation service to medical appointments.
NANAIMO – Christopher Robinson pleads guilty to killing Brittany Baird in 2011
A recent Ontario Court of Appeal ruling on police examining the contents of a cellphone upon arrest could have impacts in B.C.
People are invited to bring their cameras, sketch books, paints and brushes to the downtown Nanaimo Boat Basin Sunday (March 24).
NANAIMO – About $2.6-million in repair and renovation projects take place at school district facilities over the next year.