Breast milk bank keeps B.C. babies healthy

One mother describes why she donates to the bank and why it’s important

Touching photo of dog at Lower Mainland funeral goes viral

People from around the world have seen the image of Sadie saying goodbye to her best friend, Andy.

Fundraiser will bring Urban Art Gallery closer to its goal

Party at the Queen’s on Saturday, May 12, will raise money for mural project at A&B Sound building

Snowbirds impress flight fans in Nanaimo
B.C. Ferries, what you didn't know
Snowbirds land in Nanaimo for this week's performance
Community celebrates Harry Potter's birthday

Gary Fjellgaard and Valdy to hold joint concert at St. Andrew’s United Church

Concert is part of the church’s 125th anniversary celebrations

MULTIMEDIA: Curious case of a comicon at Country Club Centre

Curious Comicon took place May 5 in Nanaimo benefiting the Children’s Wish Foundation

Community comes out to support Walk for Alzheimer’s

Investors Group Walk for Alzheimer’s held Sunday morning at Bowen Park

Craft market offers spring greetings for a good cause

Nanaimo-Ladysmith Schools Foundation Hello Spring Craft and Artisan Market took place this weekend

Downtown event will get people walking and talking

Jane’s Walk Nanaimo meant to create conversations about walkability and community planning

Best of the City survey set up to find out your favourites

News Bulletin launches annual survey to determine what people love about Nanaimo

Richmond teen to represent BC Children’s Hospital for Jeans Day

Gabby will be jeaning up on May 3 at Vancouver Art Gallery

Bike to Work and School Week meant to get people pedalling

Nanaimo launches Bike to Work Week 2018 with kickoff party in Maffeo Sutton Park on May 5

Stone Soup folk tale making real-life difference in Nanaimo

South-end Wisteria Community Association feeds people experiencing homelessness seven days a week

Birds tend to survive window crashes

Column: Birds tend to have love affairs with windows in the spring

  • Apr 29th, 2018

Gone fishin’

Record-setting weather getting people out of doors

  • Apr 27th, 2018

Spirit of BookFest extended to Nanaimo’s school libraries

Participating authors and illustrators donate books

  • Apr 25th, 2018

Students celebrate new indigenous garden

Garden teaches students about traditional uses of local plants

Nanaimo plays hockey in support of Humboldt

Humboldt Strong Street Hockey Tournament held Sunday, April 22 at Nanaimo North Town Centre

Local astronomer to share knowledge about planetary nebulae

Local astronomer explains our sun will one day eject its outer layers to form a planetary nebula

MULTIMEDIA: Goats were special guests at Nanaimo Earth Day celebration

Community event was held Saturday, April 21, at John Barsby Secondary School