Nanaimo News Staff

Nanaimo non-profits ask for volunteer receptionists

Nanaimo Disability Resource Centre and Volunteer Nanaimo have opportunities available

Nanaimo RCMP arrest four, seize drugs and $19K in “problem house” search

Home was subject of numerous complaints of drug trafficking, theft and disturbances

Infringing festival finds a way to dance during pandemic

Crimson Coast Dance Society holding drive-in, micro and physically distanced events July 10-19

Nanaimo sees Island’s first nurse practitioner primary care clinic

Nexus Primary Care Clinic opened in late June in south end

UPDATE: Nanaimo RCMP report missing 19-year-old has been located safe and sound

Haley Murphy had not been seen since Tuesday, June 30, say police

Learning outside the classroom suits VIU’s carpentry program just fine

Vancouver Island University has partnered with KSG Consulting Ltd. to provide hands-on learning

Crash causes injuries, traffic tie-ups in downtown Nanaimo

Accident happened Friday at 12:15 p.m. at Terminal Avenue and Comox Road

Gabriola skatepark project gets $567,000 infrastructure grant

Federal and provincial governments providing money for Huxley Park amenities

Colour and culture being painted onto plaza stairs in downtown Nanaimo

City commissions Humanity in Art muralists for ‘artistic intervention’ project

Nanaimo’s newest skatepark now open for use in Harewood

Harewood Centennial Park amenity opens on schedule

UPDATE: No COVID-19 at Woodgrove Centre as memo mixed up mall identities

Shopping centre sends out updated statement

Nanaimo RCMP issues warning about scam phone calls

Callers claiming to be government officials convince victims to buy Bitcoin

Pedestrian injured in hit-and-run on Gabriola Island, suspected impaired driver arrested

Gabriola Island RCMP made arrest soon after Sunday night incident

Body found at downtown bus exchange in Nanaimo, RCMP investigating

Death not considered suspicious, but search underway at 1 Port Drive

Nanaimo woman sentenced to three years for trafficking heroin and fentanyl

Courtenay Cross will serve another 27 months after factoring in time already served

Nanaimo hospital’s ICU project receives $100,000 donation

Coastland Wood Industries’ Shields Foundation supports hospital foundation campaign

Last sailing of the night cancelled as ferry breaks down in Nanaimo

Duke Point-to-Tsawwassen sailing cancelled Sunday, as well as Tsawwassen-to-Duke Point sailing

Two B.C. Ferries vessels called to assist with rescue in the Strait of Georgia

Pleasure craft overturns Sunday afternoon between Nanaimo and West Vancouver

St. John Ambulance Nanaimo first aid training to resume

After postponement due to COVID-19, training at Nanaimo branch resuming

Nanaimo marches for answers about missing woman Lisa Marie Young

March happened Sunday morning, Lights out for Lisa event is Tuesday, June 30