Local News

Nanaimo animal control says 300 dead rabbits recovered

Province of B.C. confirms more positive tests for rabbit haemorrhagic disease

Nanaimo company awarded $33-million Site C contract

F&M Installations Ltd. will build substation for B.C. Hydro megaproject

Nanaimo fire trucks rolling out more often than ever

Fire chief projects that Nanaimo Fire Rescue will answer 10,000 callouts in 2018

NRE says some form of shutdown now unavoidable

City of Nanaimo staff has been asked to look into options to support $6-million recycling depot

City prepared to spend 350K to address homelessness and related issues

Staff recommendations supported at city finance and audit committee meeting Wednesday

Quick trout release at Nanaimo park
Protest camp at Nanaimo city hall continues
Snuneymuxw new Qwam Qwum Stuwixwulh groundbreaking
Homeless protest at Nanaimo city hall

Woman caught after brandishing meat cleaver in Nanaimo robbery

Angelina Emma Beans charged with one count of robbery, four counts of possession of stolen property

$100,000 kicks off new wildfire recovery campaign

Campaign looks to “ReLeaf” fire affected areas

School district looks at bus route to accommodate Rutherford-area students

School district passes motion for staff to look into route to piggyback off existing route

Walrus Talks speakers define leadership in different ways

Vancouver Island University hosted The Walrus magazine’s event Tuesday at the Malaspina Theatre

Fire burns the inside of fifth wheel at Nanaimo campground

Firefighters responded to the alarm at Westwood Lake Campgrounds shortly after 6 a.m. Wednesday

Campers optimistic about city’s efforts, but tents remain

Protest camp to stay put until city council votes on proposed measures including drop-in centre

Regional district will register its objection to speculation tax

RDN, Nanaimo realtors fear effect of vacant housing tax announced by B.C. government

BBB brings virtual cybersecurity to businesses and consumers Island-wide

Free virtual CyberSecurity Awareness Event on your computer terminal March 23

Nanaimo councillors open to renegotiating Lantzville water deal

Water agreement was signed in 2014 but has not been triggered

Residents can have a hand in creating Lantzville’s brand

Open house March 14 aims to engage residents about branding and economic development

City updates drivers on delays and detours at Northfield intersection

City recommends alternative routes during Northfield, Boundary, Highway 19A intersection upgrades

VIDEO: Snuneymuxw First Nation breaks ground on new school site

New Qwam Qwum Stuwixwulh School site at Stuywut Street will teach Hul’qumi’num

Suspect dines and dashes, taking debit machine with him

Incident happened at Original Joe’s in Nanaimo on March 4