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Nanaimo council re-votes and dedicates former water district land for park

Mayor Bill McKay votes against bylaw citing need for affordable housing

North Oyster historic society hosts 25th anniversary celebration

Children’s activities, live entertainment slated for Saturday celebration at Ladysmith

Hundreds expected to attend third annual Nanaimo Yogathon

Continuing tradition of charity, Yogathon will help one low-income person become a yoga teacher.

Firefighters tackling bush fire in East Wellington
St. Andrew's United Church in Nanaimo celebrates 125
Sights and sound from 2018 Wheel-o-rama in Nanaimo
Motorcyclist dies as fire, crash happen at the same time on Nanaimo Parkway

Nanaimo RCMP investigating after Tom Harris family speedboat stolen

Surveillance video shows boat taken July 5 from house in Pipers Lagoon area

Report reveals widespread violations by fish processing facilities

Most effluent-discharging plants in the province “out of compliance with their permit”

Details revealed about 2016 kidnap-torture cases in B.C.

Langley woman sentenced to five years for two abductions

Wellness walk proposed for Nanaimo’s hospital area

City council has passed third reading of hospital area plan

Dragonboat teams head to the races

Nanaimo Save-On-Foods Dragonboat Festival is today through Sunday, July 6-8

PHOTOS: Paddlers enter Save-On-Foods Nanaimo Dragonboat Festival

Paddlers populated Maffeo Sutton Park for annual dragonboat festival in Nanaimo

Nanaimo’s old Island Highway getting fresh pavement

New pavement to be laid down on nine kilometres of roadway; work slated to start Monday

Blight on Robson Bight?

The Big Read: Green movement worried old-growth logging threatens legendary orca rubbing beaches

City of Nanaimo won’t agree to order to supply tap water to tent city

Island Health advises city of health risk at downtown camp

Bike lanes, landscaped median coming to Estevan Road

Princess Royal Avenue and Estevan Road to undergo street improvements

UPDATED: Nanaimo cold weather shelter opens for the summer, too

First Unitarian Fellowship will provide space for 30 people

Nanaimo-Ladysmith school board signs off on budget

Budget includes $58 million in teacher salaries, $4 million in initiatives

Lantzville losing its only community planner

Frank Limshue resigns as community planner with the District of Lantzville

18-year-old arrested after a stabbing at Nanaimo’s Discontent City

Incident happened at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday; victim recovering from a ‘life-threatening stab wound’

Candidate sees positive outcomes from running for city council

Ken (Ozzy) Osborn announces his intention to run for Nanaimo city council this fall

City of Nanaimo hires interim CAO

Jake Rudolph has been appointed as interim chief administrative officer

One year after byelection win, councillor decides to run again

Sheryl Armstrong announces she will look to be re-elected to Nanaimo city council