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Departure Bay school parents concerned about rotating learning space

Eco-school students being taught in library and picnic areas, say parents

Canadian tobacco exec pushes back against vaping health concerns

A warning from Interior Health about the unknown health risks of vaping is getting a partial rebuke

Ministry of Agriculture commits $300,000 to help B.C. farmers obtain land

B.C. Land Matching Program supports access to affordable farmland for young farmers

District of Lantzville adopts new logo

Logo features sea glass in shape of wave and the slogan ‘Love life here’

Close to $10,000 worth of tools taken from construction site in Nanaimo

Theft happened overnight Sept. 12-13 on Old Slope Place

Police ask for help finding missing Nanaimo man

27-year-old Justin De Goutiere was reported missing on Monday

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Comic relief for cosplayers and comic book fans at M-Con in Nanaimo
Nanaimo B.C. SPCA holds Lock-in for Love event
Vigilante motorsports dealer takes back his stolen motorbike
Motorcyclist injured in crash in Brechin neighbourhood

Attorney general takes Nanaimo councillor to court over release of confidential documents

Coun. Gord Fuller and three other Nanaimo citizens named in Supreme Court petition

Porsche and Subaru dealerships can proceed with planning in north Nanaimo

City council unanimously allows rezoning application process to move forward

Nanaimo RCMP officers back on school grounds for fall semester

School liaison officers look for positive interactions with youths

Cube van, SUV crash in Harewood

No one hurt in accident at Fifth Street and Howard Avenue in Nanaimo on Monday afternoon

Five propane tanks stolen from high school in Nanaimo

Five propane tanks, including an industrial-size tank, were stolen from John Barsby Secondary School

Sedan smashed in highway accident near Cedar turnoff

Nanaimo first responders were at car crash Saturday afternoon

B.C. parents leery of HPV cervical cancer vaccine

Provincial registration uptake among lowest in Canada

Seaspan says it needs its property next to Discontent City

Fencing that was moved onto Seaspan lot on Wednesday was moved back on Thursday

No charges coming against officer after suspect injured in arrest outside Nanaimo pub

Independent Investigations Office of B.C. rules on August 2017 incident

UPDATE: 2 injured in Port Alice mail explosion, believed to be targeted

Victim recovering in hospital after incident that occured while he unwrapped parcel at home

Discontent City expands onto neighbouring property

Fence pushed onto Seaspan lot to accommodate homeless camp’s growth

Malahat closed an average of once per month, says Ministry of Transportation

Highway has been closed eight times this year due to vehicle incidents