Nanaimo News Staff

UPDATED: Christmas day break-in a frightening experience for family

Break-in happened at about 3 a.m. Dec. 25 at a home on Stonewater Drive, near Buttertubs Marsh

Nanaimo’s polar bear swim is Boxing Day at Departure Bay Beach

59th annual Frank Ney Memorial Polar Bear Swim will be held on Dec. 26 at Departure Bay Beach.

UPDATE: More hydro crews arrive on the Island

B.C. Hydro says 23,000 still without power after Thursday’s wind storm

UPDATE: Hydro crews re-stringing power lines, making progress

About 40,000 Vancouver Island and Gulf Islands customers still without electricity

B.C. Hydro warns that ‘extended outages expected’

Utility says it’s still assessing damage in Nanaimo, Duncan and Lake Cowichan

UPDATE: Community centre open again today for those in Nanaimo needing to warm up

Beban Park social centre open until 4 p.m. today, Dec. 23

UPDATE: City of Nanaimo asks residents to try to limit water use again today

Power restored at South Fork Water Treatment Plant

B.C. Hydro ‘working around the clock’ to restore power on Vancouver Island

Crews from around the province called to Island to help with aftermath of wind storm

Nanaimo RCMP seek information regarding 17-year-old’s whereabouts

Mabel James-Jones last seen wearing shiny black jacket, black boots

A dozen schools in Nanaimo-Ladysmith closed due to power outages

Elementary and secondary schools affected

UPDATE: Water treatment plant has power, but city still asking for conservation

South Fork Water Treatment Plant experienced control system malfunction

EDITORIAL: We need to make the most of first-past-the-post

It will be interesting to see if failed referendum impacts provincial politics in the new year

All of Gabriola Island without power as winds bluster

About 7,500 customers in Nanaimo and on Gabriola experiencing outages

Tilray to partner with Labatt on non-alcoholic beverages with THC

Nanaimo cannabis company, brewery will each invest up to $50 million

Superstore, Loaves and Fishes team up for food drive

Healthy non-perishable food sought by Nanaimo food bank

UPDATE: Woman given new phone after hers was stolen as she helped car crash victims

Police received several calls about incident with offers to help

Nanaimo’s ‘Grinches’ steal Christmas decorations

Nanaimo RCMP advise of recent yule-season crimes

Nanaimo’s Christmas light contest winners chosen

Greater Nanaimo Chamber of Commerce announces winners in holiday light-up contest

Nanaimo RCMP hope public can identify alleged bicycle thieves

Man and woman caught on VIU Nanaimo campus surveillance footage stealing a bicycle.