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Province’s support will mean more classrooms at École Hammond Bay

Additional classrooms will move students out of portables

Ladysmith RCMP member nearly hit by fleeing stolen vehicle

Tense moments during routine patrol off Shell Beach Road

Dubai Mighty Camels hockey jersey stolen

TV, video game console, chest waders and more taken in break-in on Bradley Street

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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, RDN impose Stage 1 water restrictions

Sprinkling can only be done between 7 p.m. and 7 a.m.

Alternative approval process for fire station rebuild underway

Process runs until May 4 for voters who wish to register opposition to borrowing bylaw

Nanaimo city councillors debate 3.2-per cent tax increase

City’s financial plan discussed at finance and audit committee meeting Wednesday

UPDATE: Man charged with attempted murder after a stabbing in Harewood

Matthew Dean Tremblay of Nanaimo appeared in court Tuesday

War medals recovered during arrest in Nanaimo

Police seized the medals as well as coins and jewelry from a vehicle after making an arrest March 26

Nanaimo truckers help police catch suspect after chase

Police say man crashed vehicle and then tried to flee on foot

Suspect jacks up pickup truck to steal wheels

Incident happened last month on 4300 block of Boban Drive

Townhouses being planned near Northfield intersection

Nanaimo city council passed first two readings to rezone for 11-unit project at 1615 Northfield Rd.

Provincial forests minister declines meeting about Lantzville woodlot

Doug Donaldson had previously been open to meeting with district’s councillors

Group wants movement on restoring Island’s railway

E&N Railway Roundtable say restored railway cheaper than new highway

City asking for feedback about parking needs

Open house will be held Tuesday, April 3 at Beban Park social centre

RDN Transit rolling out retro buses while it modernizes its fleet

GPS and fare box improvements among new tech being added to buses

Provincial dividend grant benefits Gabriola Island’s economic development

Gabriola’s chamber of commerce to receive $100,000 for operations, programs and workshops

OPEN: New Johnson Street Bridge unveiled today in Victoria

Celebrate the city’s biggest single infrastructure project

$40-million condo project planned for Nanaimo’s Old City

Redevelopment of former hospital site will pay homage to property’s past