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Workers at Coast Bastion Hotel in Nanaimo on 24-hour strike

Union says 72-hour notice expired 2:30 p.m. on Dec. 7. Strike began at 6:30 a.m. Saturday

Open learning spaces featured in new Frank J. Ney school expansion

Nanaimo Ladysmith school district says project was on time and under budget

Hanukkah to be celebrated with menorah lighting downtown

Ceremony and party to be held at Bastion Square Park on Dec. 4

Banned Nanaimo investment advisor loses lawsuit for ex-girlfriend’s house

B.C. Supreme Court judge rules instead that Kenneth Edward Smith must pay back rent

Christmas parade spreads cheer through Nanaimo’s downtown

Photos from the Nanaimo Lions Club Christmas Parade, held Saturday evening

Coins for Kids’ volunteers say money raised for good causes

Year-round fundraiser in Nanaimo sees money going to Boys and Girls Clubs and toy drive

Leonard Krog steps down as MLA of Nanaimo

Nanaimo mayor anticipates byelection call sometime in January

B.C. ferry workers’ union fights for right to strike

Union in Vancouver Nov. 27-28 for B.C. Supreme Court hearing

Nanaimo Ladysmith Public School trustees receive school assignments

Each school in the district will have a go-to trustee for the 2018-19 school year

MULTIMEDIA: Santa Claus arrives by seaplane for holiday season in Nanaimo

Downtown events feature gingerbread homes, Christmas trees and Santa

VIDEO: Food, money and volunteers needed for Hamperville in Nanaimo

Loaves and Fishes food bank and Salvation Army again team for charity program

Court hands down $84K fine for illegal tree cutting at Departure Bay

Jim Mercier contravened city bylaw by cutting trees at White Eagle Terrace in Nanaimo

Regional District of Nanaimo committee chairs appointed

Coun. Ben Geselbracht to chair RDN solid waste management committee

With tax changes coming, Nanaimo school trustees debate pay raise

New Canada Revenue Agency taxation for school trustees takes effect in January

Nanaimo transit riders being asked for their feedback

RDN Transit will host open houses starting Nov. 26 regarding plans for south Nanaimo routes

Barsby Bulldogs bite GW Graham in high school football playoffs

Nanaimo high school senior team wins 49-20, advances to face top-ranked Vernon

Moustaches in style as community making a strong effort for Movember

Events being held in Nanaimo to raise awareness about men’s health issues

Nanaimo’s Thorpe chosen chairman of RDN board

Ian Thorpe elected to position at inaugural meeting of the new Regional District of Nanaimo board

Nanaimo city councillor Brown had to quit day job at RDN

B.C. Local Government Act precludes Coun. Tyler Brown for working for regional district

VIDEO: Seniors can be as cool as ice at rec skating

City of Nanaimo has programs for different skill levels