Nanaimo News Staff

Silly Boat Regatta could use some more volunteers

July 14 event is a fundraiser for the Nanaimo Child Development Centre

Cruise ship cancels its visit to Nanaimo

Silver Explorer travels to Vancouver instead for repairs

100 caring women donate to Nanaimo’s Tillicum Lelum

100 Women Who Care Mid Island provide $12,700 for aboriginal friendship centre

Nanaimo softball teams at their best for year-end tourney

Nanaimo Minor Softball Association wraps up its season

Documentary finds ‘Medicine of the Cedar’ in canoe’s creation

Nanaimo’s Kw’umut Lelum presents documentary film première tonight, July 4

Nobel Prize nominee speaks in Nanaimo on the plight of Rohingya

Dr. Fozia Alvi tells of personal experiences helping Rohingya at Nanaimo speaking engagement

Ferry returns to Nanaimo due to medical emergency

B.C. Ferries says Coastal Renaissance 80 minutes behind schedule due to incident

Nanaimo’s cannon firings begin for summer

Historical Bastion once a trade fort, now a museum and tourism information centre

Editorial: Take time for a little flag-waving on Canada Day

It’s a useful exercise to acknowledge the things we like about the place we live

Drivers hurt as two pickups crash on Comox Road

Accident happened near Machleary Street in Nanaimo on Saturday morning

Grade 12s graduate, school’s out for summer

All Nanaimo high schools held grad ceremonies this week

Stolen garage door openers lead to Nanaimo break-ins

Garage door controllers left in vehicles were stolen and used to access homes in north Nanaimo

Province spending $4 million to improve old Island Highway intersections

Construction work to start next week at Norwell Drive/Jingle Pot and Rutherford/Mostar intersections

Nanaimo RCMP searching for missing 14-year-old

Donovan Williams of Nanaimo missing since June 20

B.C. Ferries vessel breaks down right before long weekend

Horseshoe Bay-Langdale route impacted most, two Departure Bay sailings cancelled

SUV rolls over in crash in north Nanaimo

Accident happened on Rutherford Road on Wednesday afternoon

Nanaimo police dog’s bark puts a stop to chainsaw theft

Suspect decides bite might be worse than bark when confronted by RCMP service dog Monday

Nanaimo RCMP issue warning about counterfeit $100 bills

Fake $100 bill successfully passed at pharmacy on Bowen Road this month

Nanaimo, Lantzville, Parksville, Qualicum partner on studying child care needs

Union of B.C. Municipalities provides $125,000 grant

Goalie gear found in Nanaimo

Nanaimo Mounties want to return goalie gear to owner