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Students at central Nanaimo school kept indoors due to bear sighting

B.C. Conservation en route to Coal Tyee school, says Nanaimo school district

Nanaimo-Vancouver ferry sets sail again after delay

B.C. Ferries says Queen of Oak Bay was held in dock earlier due to staffing issues

1,000 dogs expected at Nanaimo Kennel Club show

Event takes place June 13-16 at Arbutus Meadows Equestrian Centre in Nanoose Bay

SUV crosses highway lanes, makes crash-landing at Nanaimo strip mall

First responders were called to accident at Brooks Landing parking lot at 1 p.m. Tuesday

Nanaimo Ladysmith school district gets funding for aboriginal learning partnerships

B.C. Education Minister Rob Fleming in Nanaimo for announcement

Man arrested in machete-wielding incident across from tent city pleads guilty

Shane Edward Steinhauer and William Robert Carrigan were arrested last summer

Nanaimo first responders deploy boat at Westwood Lake to assist injured woman

Nanaimo Fire Rescue says woman suffered leg injury on trail

Boats set sail from Nanaimo as Van Isle 360 race begins

Comox, Campbell River, Port Hardy and Victoria among stops in two-week international yacht race

Nanaimo-Ladysmith students show off Hul’q’umin’um’ language skills

First Nations elders, teachers and students celebrate indigenous language

Rare white orca seen in the strait near Nanaimo

Vancouver Island Whale Watch naturalist suggests orca is white due to genetics

‘Supernatural Eagle’ art casts watchful gaze over RDN boardroom

Final piece of Coast Salish art installation unveiled at Regional District of Nanaimo headquarters

Nanaimo RCMP seek man alleged to have ripped out woman’s lip ring

Jonathan Gray is wanted, alleged to have committed assault last month

Nanaimo residents train in rain at Active for Life Expo

Kettlebell, free running among activities on display at PacficSport VI event at Maffeo Sutton Park

Bus loop will now remain in downtown Nanaimo until the end of the year

Shelters installed at temporary Port Drive/Front Street transit exchange

Nanaimo kindergarten teacher receives Prime Minister’s award

Departure Bay Eco-School’s Liz McCaw use of experiential learning methods earns her accolade

B.C. Supreme Court dismisses judicial review around ferry workers’ right to strike

B.C. Ferry and Marine Workers’ Union collective agreement expires November 2020

B.C. Supreme Court dismisses review around ferry workers’ right to strike

B.C. Ferry and Marine Workers’ Union collective agreement expires November 2020

Christmas morning burglar sentenced in Nanaimo

Justin Redmond Feusse, 20, sentenced to 240 days in jail for Christmas day break-and-enter

Regional District of Nanaimo looking at pilot project to live-stream meetings

RDN committee of whole, regular meetings would be webcasted

RDN looking into providing bus service 365 days a year

RDN transit committee to consider adding bus service on Christmas, New Year’s and Good Friday