Karl Yu

Nanaimo Ladysmith school district deciding how best to provide menstrual products for students

Early cost estimates tag $75,000 for product dispensers; trustees seek student consultation

UPDATE: SUV used to smash door in Nanaimo break-and-enter had been stolen that same day

Arbutus Music door smashed in with Volkswagen in Oct. 5 theft

RDN board to vote on $615K deal for snow removal, cleaning, groundskeeping

RDN committee of whole recommending three-year contract with NAI Commercial

New Zealand cabinet minister comes to Snuneymuxw territory on fact-finding visit

Tracey Martin, Minister of Children, learns about child services offered by Kw’umut Lelum

Immigration, abortion among topics at Gabriola all-candidates’ meeting

Eight of the nine Nanaimo-Ladysmith candidates were on Gabriola Island for a debate Saturday

Door smashed during break-and-enter at north Nanaimo music store

Bass and guitars among items stolen, according to Arbutus Music owner

Coal Tyee Elementary to get fresh infusion of books via Adopt a School program

Nanaimo school selected by the Indigo Love of Reading Foundation

Terminal Ave supportive housing lawsuit goes before B.C. Supreme Court in Nanaimo

B.C. Housing, Island Crisis Care Society, City of Nanaimo, rental housing corporation named in claim

Nanaimo-Ladysmith trustees given school assignments

Nanaimo school district announces trustee responsibilities for 2019-20

Nanaimo first responders suffering PTSD to benefit from $10K grant

Nanaimo and Tom Harris Community foundations hand out total of $90K to area groups

Machete-wielding resident from Nanaimo tent city sees no time in jail

William Robert Francis Carrigan, 56, sentenced in provincial court in Nanaimo

Resident of former Nanaimo tent city sentenced to time served in machete incident

Shane Edward Steinhauer sees joint submission from Crown, defence

RDN grants $1.1 million for replacement of leaky pipes in Cedar

Tender for installation of PVC pipe on Cedar Road area closes Oct. 9

Festival parade ‘jazzes’ up downtown Nanaimo

Nanaimo International Jazz Festival closes with Laila Biali Trio Sunday

UPDATE: Fire official deems morning fire at Nanaimo school suspicious

Nanaimo Fire Rescue extinguishes fire at portable at École Océane

Nanaimo high school students cut class to attend climate action rally

Extinction Rebellion Nanaimo rally raises awareness, demands action against climate change

RDN transit committee recommends keeping bus loop at Port Drive until summer

Regional District of Nanaimo board to debate recommendation Oct. 22

Nanaimo area United Way kicks off fundraising campaign

Money raised benefits many, including those affected by opioid crisis

Man who crushed Nanaimo RCMP cars with stolen truck gets more jail time

Majore Jackson, 34, sentenced to two more years in jail in provincial court in Nanaimo

It’s game on as new hockey exhibit fills Nanaimo Museum

Canadian Museum of History travelling exhibit on display until November