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Nanaimo RCMP searching for missing Courtenay teen

RCMP in Nanaimo asking for public’s help to find Courtenay teen missing.

Protection Island residents float boat ramp idea for south downtown waterfront

A delegation addressed city councillors at a committee of the whole meeting Monday

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UPDATE: City of Nanaimo senior manager dismissed

Chief operations officer Brad McRae no longer employed by the city

Island Health seeks new executive director for Nanaimo and area

Suzanne Fox, who has filled the position since 2015, is no longer with the health authority

Nanaimo councillors to discuss budget increase at Northfield intersection

Budget could increase by $525,000 due to construction costs

UPDATED: Nanaimo woman reported missing Dec. 24 has been found

Nanaimo RCMP have reported Nicole Kristin Reedel, missing since December, has been found.

Recycling exchange’s future still cloudy after presentations to city, region

Regional District of Nanaimo says staff report related to NRE forthcoming

Big-screen TV stolen after tenant accidentally leaves door unlocked for two hours

Break-and-enter occurred Jan. 2 in the 600 block of Hillcrest Avenue in Harewood

All systems go for Nanaimo students’ space experiment

Nanaimo District Secondary School students will test drug on flatworms in orbit

Flu outbreak hits NRGH

Nanaimo hospital is over capacity and seeing higher volumes of people coming into emergency room

Nanaimo resident plans to buy nothing during ‘apocalypse month’

Donna Lee Criss plans to use what’s already in her home during month-long challenge

Nanaimo city council endorses south downtown waterfront draft plan

City plans to hold more public consultation sessions

Suspect breaks into Nanaimo home, steals spa gift card

Break-and-enter reportedly happened Dec. 31 or Jan. 1 at Machleary Street residence

Senior pushes back against intruder in her Nanaimo home

Seventy-nine-year-old woman stands her ground in incident on Winchester Avenue

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UPDATE: Burning Christmas tree fuelled Nanaimo house fire

Fire broke out at home in the 600 block of Bruce Avenue at about 2:45 p.m. Monday

Censure process directs mayor and councillor to attend training courses

City releases decision after censure hearings for Mayor Bill McKay, Coun. Diane Brennan

Lantzville mountain bike park nearly ready for public use

Park set to open in March after surface is compacted