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NANAIMO - The Regional District of Nanaimo has created a four year, three-party document for the management of its biosolids.
NANAIMO - Two families receive keys to their Habitat For Humanity homes Friday.
NANAIMO – Parksville-Qualicum Liberal MLA will not run in the 2013 provincial election.
NANAIMO – A transportation review commissioned by the District of Lantzville yields a solid road network plan and traffic calming policy.
NANAIMO - Regional District of Nanaimo produces heat and electricity through its wastewater treatment process.
NANAIMO – RDN's former general manager of strategic and community development talks about his new role as chief administrative officer
NANAIMO - RDN lays illegal dumping charges against two residents who failed to appear in court.
NANAIMO – Low donation numbers have local charities concerned but hopeful with two weeks to Christmas.
NANAIMO - Health care professionals at Nanaimo Regional General Hospital will be on strike Dec. 6 and 7.
NANAIMO – There are plenty of opportunities for residents to support or take interest in Canada’s efforts overseas.
NANAIMO – Regional district considers implementation of web streaming in addition to audio and visual upgrades in boardroom.
NANAIMO – Local Type 1 diabetes patient Marti Demo is an ambassador for the disorder.
NANAIMO – Transit service expected to improve after regional directors approve more than 8,000 additional service hours.
NANAIMO – Regional District of Nanaimo approvs $945,000 to help restore passenger rail on Vancouver Island.
NANAIMO: Families share experiences during Adoption Awareness Month in B.C.
Nanaimo residents can help fill hunger by filling the brown paper Quality Foods bag in this week's edition of the Bulletin
The Departure Bay Neighbourhood Association, in partnership with the City of Nanaimo, unveiled new art at Departure Bay beach
Nanaimo's Jack Patten has been an aide-de-camp for more than 23 years, and was awarded the lieutenant-governor's commendation
Survey shows that since the green bin program was extended to all Nanaimo residents, nearly 50 per cent is being diverted from the landfill
NANAIMO: Salvation Army seeks to man 100 shifts a day during Christmas Kettle campaign.