Toby Gorman

Community celebrates Nanaimo hospital’s 50th anniversary

NANAIMO – Staff, volunteers thanked for making hospital top-notch facility

Options sought to replace aging Port Drive trestle

NANAIMO – Only access point to newly acquired property will be decommissioned in 2016.

Downtown Nanaimo merchants, property owners approve BIA mandate

NANAIMO – Critics say time for matching taxpayer grant should come to an end.

Nanaimo council approves fee hikes for parks and rec fields, facilities

NANAIMO – Increased revenue will help pay for free programs

City of Nanaimo addresses safety of sex trade workers

NANAIMO – Council approves one-time grant of $7,000 to begin peer-based program

City of Nanaimo to demolish unsafe downtown building

NANAIMO – Former theatre has had portions of roof collapsing since early May.

Flood dampens Nanaimo trade mission to Calgary

NANAIMO – Despite flooding, inaugural WestJet flight from Nanaimo to Calgary proceeds.

Delegation hopes economic opportunities take flight with WestJet service to Calgary

NANAIMO – Reduced number of business delegates will take inaugural WestJet flight from Nanaimo to Calgary.

Nanaimo, Lantzville to pursue water deal

NANAIMO – Critics say conservation, other issues not being addressed.

St. Paul’s to receive new roof, major renovations

NANAIMO – Church looking to expand community outreach abilities, improve access.

Nanaimo Regional District to update Benson Creek Falls Regional Park plan

NANAIMO – Open house takes place Saturday (June 22).

Permanent farmers’ market in Nanaimo almost ready to take root

NANAIMO – Directors hopeful lease agreement for 540 Milton St. will be signed, market could open in August.

COLUMN: Rebuild trust, then deal with dams

NANAIMO – Citizens trust city is acting in their best interests regarding Colliery Dam Park.

SFN hopes to introduce new process on dam issue

NANAIMO – Chief expresses a growing concern about city's approach to dam removal, rebuilding

City takes action on decrepit building

NANAIMO – Strong breeze could collapse walls of former Chapel Street theatre

Nanaimo City Council moves ahead with dam removal

NANAIMO – More than 40 people plead with council to consider alternatives at Monday's meeting.

Judge delays Colliery dam injuction hearing

NANAIMO – Opposing side given more opportunity to prepare defence.

Young professionals from across Island attend convention

NANAIMO – Conversation to focus on civic responsibilities, First Nations and transportation issues.

City seeks court order ahead of Colliery protest

NANAIMO – City officials take pre-emptive action to kill planned civil disobedience at Colliery Dam Park.

Mayor appreciates gesture from wireless providers

NANAIMO - CWTA returns $22,000 city lost in court ruling to impose 911 call levy on wireless providers.