Nanaimo News Staff

Car crashes into rock wall at Italian fountain

Driver not seriously hurt in accident at 10 p.m. Wednesday night in downtown Nanaimo

MP Malcolmson to try for MLA seat in Nanaimo

Nanaimo-Ladysmith MP announcing that she’ll seek nomination in coming byelection

Barbershop offering cuts and cars in breast cancer awareness event

Four Crows Barber and Shave Co. raising money for B.C. Cancer Foundation

Motorcyclist dies in crash in front of Nanaimo North Library

Coroners investigating after Nanaimo man died Tuesday night

Trick-or-treaters, and everyone else, welcomed to the Crescent

Victoria Crescent neighbourhood partners with City of Nanaimo on new welcome signs

Suspect who died at Nanaimo ferry terminal shot himself at the same time police fired

Officers didn’t commit any offence, says police watchdog office

ELECTION DAY: Krog voted in as Nanaimo’s next mayor

Hemmens, Armstrong, Geselbracht, Brown, Turley, Bonner, Thorpe and Maartman elected as councillors

New pro soccer team trying to build its profile around Vancouver Island

Pacific FC holding a kids’ soccer workshop Saturday, Oct. 20, at Beban Park

Former Nanaimo Daily News editor writes first business book

Book launch for It Worked For Them, It Will Work For Me is Tuesday, Oct. 23

Interfaith Amigos find commonalities

Imam, pastor and rabbi will be at Nanaimo’s Bethlehem Centre from Oct. 26-28

UPDATE: Shots fired at house during fight in Nanaimo

Shots were fired at about 2:30 p.m. Thursday in 500 block of Kennedy Street, say RCMP

Nanaimo police warn public after nine-year-old girl approached by pickup truck driver

Incident happened Wednesday morning near Park Avenue School

When to vote, where to vote, how to vote

Voting day is Oct. 20, with polls open 8 a.m.-8 p.m.

Clippers take two wins on road trip, play at home tonight

Nanaimo beat Wenatchee and West Kelowna before falling to Coquitlam

Nanaimo RCMP ask for help finding missing woman

Serenedawn Cook was last seen Oct. 5

Candidates’ meeting will put council hopefuls in a ‘fishbowl’

Debate is tonight, Oct. 15, at Vancouver Island Conference Centre

Court finds that company was ‘careless’ in cutting down 45 trees near Nanaimo

Western Canadian Timber Products ordered to pay $80,000 to private landowners

RCMP see ‘alarming’ rise in thefts from vehicles in Nanaimo

Police counted twice as many thefts from vehicles in September 2018 as September 2017

City sets up service tents next to Discontent City to help campers relocate

There will be partial road closures on Esplanade during afternoons

Nanaimo RCMP ask for help finding missing woman

Police are asking for public assistance in finding 30-year-old Sarah Beth Rekrut of Nanaimo