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Resident arguing against City of Nanaimo’s trash collection point

Bruce McInnis wants city to continue picking up trash from the front of his home

Police seek information on lost urn found on Vancouver Island beach

Police say the urn weighs 25 pounds and was possibly tossed into the sea

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No baby goes unhugged at NRGH
Photos from Jan. 13 car fire in Nanaimo
Negotiator called in to coax assault suspect out of North Oyster house
Meet Vancouver Island's first baby

Nanaimo firefighters put out house fire in Harewood

Crews were called to Bruce Avenue scene just before 3 p.m. Monday

Advocacy association faces cash crisis

Nanaimo Citizen Advocacy Association seeks city grant and donations

City of Nanaimo re-adjusts question period policy

Residents will no longer be required to submit their questions in writing

Superintendent looks ahead to 2018 projects

Nanaimo school superintendent John Blain heads into last few months on the job

January is National Crime Stoppers Month

Nanaimo and District Crime Stoppers organizer reflects on successes of 2017 and what’s new for 2018

Car and semi truck collide on Island Highway

Crash south of Nanaimo slows southbound traffic

Flu outbreak at care facilities on Vancouver Island

Island Health asks those who are ill to not visit hospitals, residential care or assisted living facilities

Nanaimo shelter keeping people out of the cold

Freezing weather hasn’t resulted in major increase in visitors this winter

Nanaimo man sentenced to two years following explosives charge

Hamzah Subhan Khan was arrested in 2015 after special forces investigation

Province raises threshold for homeowner grant to $1.65 million

Eligible homeowners must apply for the grant each year. To be eligible, the home must be used as the owner’s principal residence

Christmas Bird Count tally tops 120 species

Twenty teams tallied bird species in Nanaimo 2017 Christmas Bird Count

Police looking for break-and-enter suspect caught on surveillance video

A break-and-enter occurred Tuesday at 3:20 a.m. at Omniart Creative on Wesley Street

Costs could rise at Northfield intersection

City report shows another $525,000 required for intersection upgrades

News Bulletin’s 2017 photos of the year

Some of our best photos of the year, as well as photos representing significant news stories of 2017

‘These children were the light of our lives’: Oak Bay gathers to honour sisters

Hundreds fill Willows park in ‘incredible show of support’ for sisters’ family

Meet Vancouver Island’s first baby

Chase Luca Taylor is the first baby of 2018 for Nanaimo and Vancouver Island