Karl Yu

Lantzville council prohibits audio and video recordings of its meetings without permission

District of Lantzville council approves emergency motion by 3-2 margin

Nanaimo-Ladysmith school district developing plans after COVID-19 suspends classes provincewide

Charlene McKay, school board chairperson, says SD68 agrees decision is for the best

Nanaimo court closed due to connection to positive COVID-19 case

B.C. Provincial Court announces closure of court locations in Nanaimo, Campbell River

Transit committee recommends returning bus stop to Kiwanis Village

Residents of Nanaimo seniors’ housing not happy about new bus stop placement

Hand sanitizer won’t be provided on RDN Transit buses due to potential misuse

Regional District of Nanaimo transit committee hears report on COVID-19 precautions

RDN transit committee recommends Nanaimo-Duncan busing consultation

If RDN board gives approval, public engagement would begin March 30

Road closed, one taken to hospital, after crash on Jingle Pot Road

Dodge and Hyundai crash on Jingle Pot Road, between Holland, Village Landing roads

Nanaimo-Ladysmith school trustees to vote for wage increase, but for next board

Business committee recommendation to go before trustees at March 11 meeting

Nanaimo teachers wear ‘Red for B.C. Ed’ as they hope for new deal

B.C. Teachers’ Federation, B.C. Public School Employers’ Association resume mediated negotiations

RDN begins enforcing new bylaw allowing overnight camping in parks

City of Nanaimo says cleanups at city parks have taken ‘a lot of resources’

Nanaimo’s Loaves and Fishes food bank wants to build a bigger warehouse

Food bank working toward facility specifically designed for its usage, says executive director

B.C. seniors’ advocate at Nanaimo forum calls for more transparency at care homes

Isobel Mackenzie speaks at long-term care crisis town hall at Branch 256 Legion

Officials say no drought worries with below-normal snowpack

Snow pillow nearest to Nanaimo at 69 per cent of normal levels, says B.C. government official

‘Going green’ en vogue for Prom Closet Nanaimo

Non-profit event looking to make high school prom less cost-prohibitive goes March 5-7

Banned Nanaimo investment advisor accused of lying under oath to investigators

B.C. Securities Commission to schedule hearing in March

No credible threat found during high school lockdown, say Nanaimo RCMP

Police won’t say if lockdown at Dover Bay Secondary was related to one at the school last fall

RDN budget includes unexpected $1.5 million for sewer pipe replacement

Pipe corrosion at Departure Bay discovered in December

Coldest Night of the Year walkers to brave elements this weekend

Fundraiser benefits Island Crisis Care Society in Nanaimo

Students projected to be in new wing of École Hammond Bay in two years

Project to expand north-end French immersion school to add 13 classrooms

RDN considering development charges to go toward parks in rural areas

Motion deferred in order to allow for further consultation