Nicholas Pescod

Nanaimo’s chief financial officer used city purchase card for 11 personal flights

Victor Mema has been on leave since early last month

Nanaimo’s chief financial officer used city purchase card for 11 personal flights

Victor Mema has been on leave since early last month

City of Nanaimo’s proposed resolutions rejected at local government conference

City council had contingent at Association of Vancouver Island and Coastal Communities convention

City of Nanaimo denies ‘bad faith’ in firing of bylaws manager

Municipality responds to civil claim filed by Rod Davidson

Delays continue for Lantzville mountain bike park

Planned mountain bike park at Rotary Park not yet ready for public use

COLUMN: Going through family sponsorship has been an adventure

More than 333,000 people applied for Canadian permanent residency last year

Proposed oil spill response base in Nanaimo postponed

Construction was planned for this summer at Port Way location

Nanaimo leadership series aims to educate potential city council candidates

Series begins on April 24 at Beban Park social centre

Journalist tells the stories behind the B.C. election

Authors of best-seller A Matter of Confidence hold book signing Thursday at the Nanaimo Museum

Financial plan to be voted on by Nanaimo councillors

This year’s budget includes a proposed property tax increase of 3.01 per cent

Playground equipment focus of Lantzville open house

Open house takes place on April 19 at Lantzville district hall

Court date for Nanaimo city manager accused of threats moved again

Tracy Samra was arrested following an incident on Jan. 31

Qualicum Beach man arrested after hit and run in Nanaimo

Nanaimo Police Dog Services called in to help locate suspect

Lantzville residential development moving to second phase

Questions remain about impact of speculation tax on Foothills

City of Nanaimo spent nearly $900,000 on legal costs last year

City spent $890,230 on legal fees in 2017, 70 per cent more than the year before

Nanaimo city councillors debate 3.2-per cent tax increase

City’s financial plan discussed at finance and audit committee meeting Wednesday

Provincial forests minister declines meeting about Lantzville woodlot

Doug Donaldson had previously been open to meeting with district’s councillors

Provincial dividend grant benefits Gabriola Island’s economic development

Gabriola’s chamber of commerce to receive $100,000 for operations, programs and workshops