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Woodlands proposed to house students during Cilaire seismic upgrades

Nanaimo Ladysmith Public Schools’ plan awaits ministry of education approval

Craft beer celebration will last a whole week in Nanaimo

Nanaimo Craft Beer Society putting on events Feb. 15-23 for Nanaimo Craft Beer Week

Snuneymuxw, Nanaimo residents stand in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en in pipeline protest

Anti-Coastal GasLink pipeline protest took place at Maffeo Sutton Park on Saturday

Regional District of Nanaimo sees drop in new-construction value

B.C. Assessment presents roll summary, including non-market changes, to RDN board

Islands Trust draft budget sees 1.5-per cent tax hike for Gabriola Island

Input on budget being sought until Feb. 9, approval expected in March

Deer euthanized after impaling itself on pointed fence in Nanaimo

Deer suffers organ damage in what B.C. Conservation Officer Service describes as ‘gruesome’ incident

Drunk driver who flipped car in Nanaimo, killing passenger, gets prison sentence

Travis Eric Fox, 28, sentenced to two and a half years following 2018 crash

Crews help evacuate residents in Cedar area due to flooding

Evacuees being offered 48 hours’ accommodation, says Regional District of Nanaimo

RDN to ask B.C. government for moratorium on outdoor cannabis growing

Quennell Road cannabis farm asks RDN that all sides get considered

Nanaimo Learning Alternatives receives technology grant

School’s students will help decide how $8,450 grant from Best Buy will be spent

Nanaimo Hospital Auxiliary has been fundraising for 120 years

Hospital auxiliary president says group pioneered Wi-Fi at hospitals on Island

Protesters in Nanaimo preach peace in Iran

Rally sees gathering at Diana Krall Plaza in downtown Nanaimo

Nanaimo school district to explore trustee wage increases, benefits

SD68 staff compile report comparing trustee remuneration with five similar school districts

Man charged in Nanaimo mall crash-up fit for trial, says lawyer

Defence counsel for Joshua Tyler Schaeffer anticipates bail hearing Jan. 28

Winter storm warning in Nanaimo ended, but services still impacted

Regular bus schedule in Nanaimo Jan. 18, but delays expected. Roads slippery, with winter conditions

Regional District of Nanaimo to consider HandyDart bus fleet replacement

New light-duty, gas-powered buses sought by funding partner B.C. Transit

RDN looking at upgrading or relocating Woodgrove transit exchange

Current bus loop at north Nanaimo mall at capacity, says staff report

More snow falls on Nanaimo’s roads after 16 crashes yesterday

RCMP, city ask residents to be cautious whether driving, walking or cycling

UPDATE: Woodstove ashes started fire at College Drive house

Two people displaced after house fire in Nanaimo on Saturday