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Piggy banks, jewelry stolen after resident leaves key in front door lock

Break-and-enter occurred sometime Dec. 14 on Machleary Street in Nanaimo

  • Dec 21st, 2017

City council takes next step toward approving financial plan

2018-2022 financial plan passes three readings, property tax increase nudges up to 2.7 per cent

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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

Environment Canada says there’s a likelihood of a white Christmas in Nanaimo

Chance of flurries currently forecast for Christmas Day

City launching leadership and corporate culture change project

Request for proposal seeking a private firm to provide managers with training and coaching

Ladysmith poet published in VIRL’s Canada 150 anthology

Ladysmith’s Bonnie Weisz has contributed to a Canada 150 poetry anthology published by VIRL.

Gingerbread homes fundraiser pushing toward $5K

All proceeds from Christmas-time event go to Salvation Army Nanaimo

Woman alleges assault by Nanaimo taxi driver

Nanaimo Mounties investigating alleged assault of woman by Nanaimo taxi driver

17-year-old cyclist dies in collision at Port Alberni intersection

Accident happened Wednesday at 10th Avenue and Redford Street

UPDATE: Nanaimo’s Cilaire school given all-clear after morning bomb threat

Cilaire students were evacuated this morning after bomb threat

VIDEO: Branch burns on power lines in Nanaimo

Trees and branches on lines caused power outages during Nanaimo’s first snowy day of the season

Nanaimo councillor apologizes for comment about seniors and sidewalks

Coun. Jim Kipp said he was making point that adults have more responsibility for pedestrian safety

67,000 homeowners get early-warning assessment notice

These notices have been sent out to homes with an above-average increase in their 2018 assessment

Ladysmith RCMP focused on impaired drivers following tragedy

RCMP Staff Sgt. Ken Brissard and local resident Denise Tutte have both lost loved ones

Council denies rezoning for proposed Linley Valley development

Councillors unanimously reject application for OCP amendment on Tanya Drive

Nanaimo resident chases suspects who stole inflatable snowman

Nanaimo RCMP say a resident recovered Christmas decorations on Country Club Drive on Dec. 3

Snow Day on Vancouver Island

Winter hit the Island early and hard on Tuesday

  • Dec 19th, 2017

Snowfall leads to widespread power outages across Nanaimo region

Close to 10,000 customers without power due to snow storm

City of Nanaimo reinstates sanitation manager

Charlotte Davis back in her old job less than three weeks after her firing