Nanaimo News Staff

Suspects crawl under fence to steal generator

A red Honda generator was stolen Nov. 9 from Raylec Power on Maughan Road

E-town hall meeting will focus on city financial plan

Residents can participate in the the city’s 2018-2022 financial plan process at a meeting Dec. 4

Nanaimo Sport Achievement Awards calling for nominations

The nomination deadline is Dec. 31

Naked man arrested in Nanaimo, provided with pants

Suspect arrested for causing disturbance Nov. 13 near Bowen and Northfield roads

LIVE: BC Liberals kick off leadership debate in Nanaimo

Candidates’ forum is at noon at Vancouver Island Conference Centre

Clippers in first place after points in nine straight

The Nanaimo Clippers earned at least a point in all three of their road games this past weekend

Suspended Snuneymuxw chief issues statement on suspension

John Wesley denies wrongdoing and said suspension is invalid under First Nation council rules.

Nanaimo RCMP warn of NAC and Beban Park pool thefts

Nanaimo RCMP warning of increase in locker room thefts at public pool complexes.

Snuneymuxw chief still in running for leadership

Statement expected today from suspended Snuneymuxw Chief John Wesley

Clippers forward picked as player of the week

Jake Harris earns BCHL honour after four goals, including two OT winners, in three games

Dog dislocates hip in hit-and-run with an electric bike in Nanaimo

Senior putting up signs to try to find culprit

Island Top Team having a November to remember on the mats

Nanaimo jiu-jitsu academy members do well at two recent events

Lantzville goalie Dylan Ferguson makes NHL debut with Las Vegas Golden Knights

19-year-old makes relief appearance in loss to Edmonton Oilers

Storm forces ferry to be re-routed

The ferry corporation cancelled two scheduled sailings in and out of Tsawwassen on Tuesday night

Restaurant uses its noodles to help with mental health

Noodlebox Port Place raises $2,761 for Canadian Mental Health Association’s local chapter

Supermarket rounds up thousands for children’s hospital

Save-On-Foods Brooks Landing rustles up more than $5,600 for the B.C. Children’s Hospital

Nanaimo man has Captain America wallet stolen

The theft happened Nov. 5 at about 5 a.m., noted an unsolved crimes report provided by Nanaimo RCMP

Thieves steal batteries worth $14,000 from rail company

Southern Railway, located on Tenth Street, had a break-in sometime overnight on Wednesday, Nov. 8

20 pails of oil stolen from Nanaimo business

Break-and-enter happened at Brandt Tractor Ltd. sometime overnight on Nov. 2

Concerns about possible asbestos delays demolition at Malaspina Gardens

WorkSafe B.C. slapped a stop work order on the former seniors residence on Machleary Street