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Winter storm warning in Nanaimo ended, but services still impacted

Regular bus schedule in Nanaimo Jan. 18, but delays expected. Roads slippery, with winter conditions

Astronomer discusses search for life in oceans of moons of Jupiter and Saturn

Jon Willis will present at Nanaimo Astronomy Society meeting Jan. 23

Regional District of Nanaimo to consider HandyDart bus fleet replacement

New light-duty, gas-powered buses sought by funding partner B.C. Transit

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Protesters in Nanaimo preach peace in Iran
Two cars crash in front of Nanaimo strip mall
Crews called to two-vehicle crash on Departure Bay Road
Child struck by vehicle outside Nanaimo school spent night in hospital

Ice chunk from truck crushes vehicle windshield near Nanaimo

None injured, but Nanaimo RCMP say fines for accumulations of ice and snow

Nanaimo theft victim confronts suspects with baseball bat

Nanaimo RCMP seek identity of two people alleged to have used a stolen credit card

VIU professor concerned about myths around insect apocalypse

Jasmine Janes’s work published in peer-reviewed journal BioScience

Clerk bruised, traumatized after armed robbery at Quarterway Liquor Store

Few details on male suspect in Wednesday incident, says Nanaimo RCMP

City of Nanaimo reaches settlement with fired chief operations officer

Brad McRae had launched human rights complaint after being fired while on medical leave

RDN looking at upgrading or relocating Woodgrove transit exchange

Current bus loop at north Nanaimo mall at capacity, says staff report

Nanaimo’s winter weather in pictures

Slideshow of photos and videos taken during this week’s snowfall

City of Nanaimo announces hiring of new senior manager

Shelley Legin hired as the city’s general manager of corporate services

Winter storm warning lifted for most of southern Vancouver Island

Schools open in Alberni, capital region, closed Campbell River to Cowichan

Winter storm warning now in effect for Nanaimo region

Environment Canada issues new weather warning late Wednesday afternoon

Nanaimo RCMP seek driver involved in hit-and-run incident

Collision earlier this month injures woman, police seek driver of van that allegedly fled scene

Nanaimo gets snow piling on top of snow

Schools closed, more wintry weather coming

CPA Alberta to hold disciplinary hearing for Nanaimo’s ex-CFO

Victor Mema will be asked about allegations of $14,000 in personal expenses in Nanaimo

Crime Stoppers Month recognizes organization’s 30 years in Nanaimo

Crime Stoppers looks at past successes and offers a peek at new programs