Nicholas Pescod

Case against ex-CAO Samra dropped, ‘no longer in the public interest’

Special prosecutor advises courts he’s dropping the Crown’s case

Case against former Nanaimo CAO Tracy Samra expected to be dropped

B.C. Prosecution Service tells those involved with case that they won’t be required in court

Nanaimo city councillors approve rezoning request for luxury car dealership

GAIN Group proposal for a Subaru and another dealership passes third reading

Nanaimo entering ‘thrilling time’ says mayor in state of the city address

Mayor Leonard Krog believes people are seeing Nanaimo as a place to do business

Editorial: Banning new 737 planes had to be done

Canada joined a host of other nations in implementing some form of a ban

Nanaimo councillors move forward with new governance and priorities committee

GPC meetings to be focused on one or two topics, says councillor

New City of Nanaimo bylaw eases rules around camping in parks

People experiencing homelessness can take temporary shelter in some parks, with restrictions

181-unit residential development pitched for Nanaimo’s university district

Development at 560 Third St. would be built on property that was once Armishaw farmland

Nanaimo apartment construction jumps to levels not seen since the 1970s

138 new apartment units started during the first two months of 2019

Lantzville awards contract for $800K road and pathway project

Peterson Road construction work will involve some slight re-alignment

Model train enthusiasts set to gather in Nanaimo

The 35th annual Nanaimo Model Railroad Show takes place at Beban Park on Sunday, March 10

Man who was taken to court by District of Lantzville has rezoning application rejected

Stan Pottie’s bid for rezoning at his Clark Drive West property denied

Final cleanup brought Discontent City costs up to more than $466K

Figure doesn’t include policing costs and city legal fees

Lantzville council won’t adopt a code of conduct yet

Councillor raises concerns that proposed bylaw encourages ‘tattling,’ curtails free speech

Nanaimo city staff recommending changes to home-based business regulations

Changes call for classification system, relaxation on parking requirements

Island Health dealing with ‘surge’ of measles vaccination requests in Nanaimo

No measles cases on Vancouver Island says Island Health

Governance top of mind as Nanaimo council works on its strategic plan

Council working with facilitator to develop draft plan, public consultation still to come

City of Nanaimo needs a new garbage truck due to population growth

New automated truck comes with price tag of $430,000

Coldest Night of the Year walk supports people in Nanaimo experiencing homelessness

Island Crisis Care Society event takes place on Saturday, Feb. 23

Nanaimo police will issue $109 tickets to drivers with too much snow on their vehicles

Snow must be cleared from vehicles, with rear licence plates visible at all times