Nanaimo News Staff

‘Historic moment’ as Nanaimo-Ladysmith elects Green MP

Paul Manly is just the second-ever Green Party of Canada MP elected to Parliament

Be on the alert for an emergency alert in Nanaimo

City shares links to information and resources during Emergency Preparedness Week, May 5-11

Nanaimo volunteer recognized with provincial community achievement award

Jeff Lott was honoured by the B.C. Achievement Foundation on May 1 in Victoria

RCMP buy prolific crook a ferry ticket after he is banned from Vancouver Island

The 38-year-old man was arrested after he was found near Cypress Street in Nanaimo with a bait bike

Nanaimo RCMP issued almost 300 speeding tickets last month

Police enforcing speed limits on morning highway commutes and in school zones

Polls closing soon in Nanaimo-Ladysmith byelection

Voting takes place today, May 6, from 8:30 a.m.-8:30 p.m.

Editorial: Nanaimo-Ladysmith has the attention of all parties, so go vote

Federal byelection is today, May 6, and voting stations are open 8:30 a.m.-8:30 p.m.

RDN gets grant from B.C. government to reduce wildfire risks

Forest ministry provides community resiliency investment grant money to Regional District of Nanaimo

Nanaimo celebrates its young citizens with Youth Week events

Parks and rec activities planned from May 1-7

Rings worth $20,000 stolen from Nanaimo jewelry store

Nanaimo Mounties hope public can help find suspect from last month’s theft

Police investigate two suspicious fires set in downtown Nanaimo

Fires set minutes apart on Bastion Street and Wallace Street

Best of the City: it’s time to tell us your favourites

Where’s the best place to get a Nanaimo bar? Meet for coffee? Walk your dog? Let us know

RDN, City of Nanaimo stepping up water restrictions

Stage 2 restrictions take effect May 1; odd-number addresses water on odd-number days and vice-versa

UPDATE: Reward being offered in hopes of finding Yellow Point baby goat

Owners of Ladysmith’s Yellow Point Farms say two-week-old kid was stolen during goat snuggle session

Nanaimo fish and chips restaurant closed after kitchen fire

Smoke causes damage to Troller’s Fish and Chips in the boat basin

Mid Island Pirates win two against tough opponent

Nanaimo’s B.C. Premier Baseball League team defeats Langley Blaze, 2-1 and 5-1

VIU Mariners baseball up and down

College ball players hit home runs in final homestand of the season

Two crashes close together slowing highway traffic south of Nanaimo

Truck and trailer rolled in northbound lane, another crash happened 200 metres away

Power out for 4,000 customers in Nanaimo and Lantzville

Winds have knocked out power to about 4,700 homes across B.C. Hydro’s north Island region