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Don’t chop off too much during COVID crisis, say Nanaimo hair professionals

Dr. Bonnie Henry ordered closure of barbershops, salons in March

Grey whale pays surprise visit near Schooner Cove

Environmental consultant spots large creature off Nanoose Peninsula

  • Apr 24, 2020
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Semi truck crash causes power outage in Nanaimo's south end
Patient airlifted after crash in Nanaimo's East Wellington area
Nanaimo woman tries her best to save turkey vulture attacked by eagles
Driver hurt after flipping car, knocking out power pole on Extension Road

Nanaimo RCMP looking for suspect who allegedly assaulted woman

RCMP ask for public’s help in locating Trevor Coles, 32

Columbia River Treaty talks impacted by COVID-19 crisis

Public engagement sessions planned to be held this spring on the negotiations have been delayed

Museum and archives want to document COVID-19 history as it happens in Nanaimo

Public invited to help record history of how coronavirus is impacting their lives

Good Samaritan in Nanaimo aids in recovering stolen golf clubs

Man walking on Franklyn Street saw golf bag on ground, says Nanaimo RCMP

Car’s front and back ends damaged in crash on Nanaimo Parkway

One patient taken to hospital for observation after single-vehicle crash

Nanaimo thief uses stick to fish out candy through store window

Surveillance footage showed ‘shadowy figure’ commit crime at north-end convenience store April 17

Nanaimo RCMP searching for woman who allegedly used stolen ID to obtain loan

Police allege suspect used identification stolen last fall in the Comox Valley

Only five COVID-19 patients across all Vancouver Island’s hospitals

Health officials ask residents to hold the line at virtual town hall

Suspect defecates in Nanaimo carport, then steals tool

Incident happened Monday in the 2500 block of Labieux Road

Musician from Nanaimo goes viral with banana-cutting TikTok

Arthur Fabbro, stage name Loveclub, gains international attention with social media video

Nanaimo-Ladysmith MP hosts virtual town hall

Paul Manly will host a virtual town hall Saturday, April 25 at 7:15 pm

Nanaimo lawyer suspended for misconduct in representing ‘Lost Canadians’

Law society hearing panel decides James Straith was in conflict of interest, billed improperly

MP Rachel Blaney happy with federal funding revisions for small busineses

Blaney provides latest updates on Canadian Emergency Businesses Action, COVID-19 and more

Nanaimo’s domestic violence unit shares resources during pandemic

Social distancing hasn’t led to big uptick in domestic violence, but children being exposed to it