Nicholas Pescod

Nanaimo city councillors developing code of conduct policy

Policy would serve as framework for behaviour

City of Nanaimo, Tourism V.I. to partner for another five years

City announces it will continue to work with Tourism Vancouver Island

Jake Rudolph to remain as Nanaimo city manager

City of Nanaimo agrees to new contract with chief administrative officer

Nanaimo food bank exceeded its goal over the Christmas season

Donations still needed throughout the year, says Loaves and Fishes

Nanaimo family rings in 2019 with new year’s baby

Veronika Rose Carmichael was born the afternoon of Jan. 1 at Nanaimo Regional General Hospital

Humanitarian organization seeks volunteers in Nanaimo

Canadian Red Cross actively seeking volunteers for variety of roles

Year in review: City manager, chief financial officer were fired

Courts called upon to untangle upper management troubles

Lantzville spent nearly $80K on legal fees in 2018

District spent less than previous year on legal expenses

Czech, Slovak teams were productive in Nanaimo

Teams prepared for World Junior hockey tourney

‘Prolific’ bike thief arrested in Nanaimo after stealing bait bike

23-year-old man arrested at Vancouver Island University

B.C. government announces $6.4M for residential care home workers

Nanaimo and Parksville among Island communities to benefit

Lantzville council considering code of conduct bylaw

Bylaw would provide framework of behaviour for meetings, staff interactions and social media

Bear cubs try to take Nanaimo woman’s Christmas cookies

Incident happened in the early-morning hours today, Dec. 18, in Chase River

Team Slovakia takes to the ice in Nanaimo ahead of World Juniors

Slovaks to play pre-tournament game against the Czech Republic on Dec. 19 at Frank Crane Arena

Free breakfast and dinner available for less fortunate on Christmas Day

7-10 Club Society hosting annual Dec. 25 meals including dinner at Generations Church

Province announces partnerships to develop old Harewood School site

B.C. housing minister in Nanaimo to announce province is working with city, school district

Lantzville council approves financial plan, property tax increase of 5.6-per cent

Councillors to vote in the new year on motion to lower property tax increase

Czech Republic team holds first practice in Nanaimo ahead of World Juniors

Czechs will play pre-tournament game against Slovakia on Dec. 19 at Frank Crane Arena

Lantzville councillors give themselves 45-per cent pay raise

Council pay increase to take effect in 2019

Supportive housing in Nanaimo isn’t a victory for homeless people, say advocates

Alliance Against Displacement criticizes how shutdown of Discontent City was handled