Local News

Star Princess port of call kicks off cruise season in Nanaimo

M.V. Star Princess brings hundreds of passengers to Nanaimo as part of eight-day cruise itinerary

Nanaimo RCMP looking for road rage witnesses

Motorists get into tiff in north Nanaimo

Qualicum Beach man arrested after hit and run in Nanaimo

Nanaimo Police Dog Services called in to help locate suspect

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Two cars collide at Enterprise Way intersection
Unmarked police SUV with lights and siren on crashes at parkway intersection
Nanaimo paramedics part of Team Canada
Nanaimo plays hockey in support of Humboldt

Nanaimo motorcyclist seriously injured in crash

Motorcyclist in hospital in critical condition after colliding with minivan.

Court date for Nanaimo city manager accused of threats moved again

Tracy Samra was arrested following an incident on Jan. 31

Nanaimo school district challenged to fill substitute teacher list

Principals, vice-principals and support teachers taking on additional duties

Lantzville residential development moving to second phase

Questions remain about impact of speculation tax on Foothills

Expenses rack up for family trying to return dead son’s body home

Fundraiser set up for Penticton family to help with expenses related to transporting their son

12 guns stolen in Nanoose Bay break and entry

Incident happened April 2 in the 3,000 block of Matthew Road

Lotto ticket purchased in Nanaimo is worth half a million

6/49 ticket buyer correctly matches all four Extra numbers

Big Read: locked out of the woods

Vancouver Islanders struggle to balance back country public access with private land protection

Nanaimo’s draft parking bylaw would treat each development differently

City looks to ease parking requirements in and around mobility hubs like downtown and Woodgrove

Apartments being planned for northern edge of Nanaimo

City council approves covenant amendment to advance plans for 146 units of rental housing

April showers make Vancouver Island residents wonder: is it really spring?

But March was fifth driest in region on record on southern Island

Redevelopment plans push out preschool

Nanaimo Parent Participation Preschool scrambles to find new location

City of Nanaimo spent nearly $900,000 on legal costs last year

City spent $890,230 on legal fees in 2017, 70 per cent more than the year before

Suspect arrested after wielding knife in alleged liquor robbery

Incident happened Wednesday, April 4, at Occidental Hotel Liquor Store

60,000 bees check in at Nanaimo hotel

Coast Bastion Hotel has six rooftop hives

Bait car theft in Nanaimo leads to two arrests

Two men, described as prolific offenders, will face numerous charges