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City of Nanaimo urging extreme caution in parks during fire season

Smoking, campfires, barbecues not allowed in city parks, users should be aware of fire hazards

BC Ferries adds extra and late night summer sailings

Seasonal adjustments to sailing times also in effect on many routes

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Rescue required after woman falls trying to climb down from walkway
Three vehicles collide behind Nanaimo's Country Club Centre
Celeb adds star power to Green Party town hall in Nanaimo
Nanaimo mom says she will go to court overseas to try to get daughter back

Man suffers burns, dog dies in fire in Nanaimo

Structure burns down on Clifford Road property in Cedar

Nanaimo Dry Grad needs some more volunteers

Volunteers willing to work the late shift June 21 are especially needed, says organizer

Parksville resort fire caused by flammable gas used to extract oil from cannabis

Investigators detail reasons for explosion and blaze that destroyed building

Motorcyclist injured in crash on old Island Highway

Accident happened at Dorman Road intersection at 11 a.m. Sunday

Nanaimo Ladysmith Public Schools passes $164.3M budget

School district decides against reducing number of community school coordinators

Students at central Nanaimo school kept indoors due to bear sighting

B.C. Conservation en route to Coal Tyee school, says Nanaimo school district

Peer at Jupiter this weekend with Nanaimo Astronomy Society

Viewing of Jupiter and moons scheduled for Maffeo Sutton Park on Saturday night

Nanaimo-Vancouver ferry sets sail again after delay

B.C. Ferries says Queen of Oak Bay was held in dock earlier due to staffing issues

New Nanaimo fire hall plans unveiled

Nanaimo Fire Rescue hopes new station will be operational by 2022

Truck loaded with culverts tips over on highway exit in Nanaimo

Crash blocks northbound access to Trans Canada Highway from Duke Point Highway

Nanaimo Mounties seize small weapons cache from 15-year-olds

Items said to be carried for ‘protection’ seized from youths on early-morning prowl

Residents in RDN rural areas asked to conserve water further

RDN and North Cedar Improvement District to enter Stage 3 water restrictions

Nanaimo council goes against its guidelines to advance pot shop application

Council votes 5-3 to allow cannabis retail store application for 111 Terminal Ave. to proceed

Nanaimo’s high temperature one of 16 records set across B.C.

Temperature got to 32 C, breaking old record of 30.6 C

Eight-year-old girl reports being grabbed by stranger in Nanaimo

Male suspect in red pickup allegedly tried to grab girl riding home from school Tuesday

Honeymooning Europeans have $15,000 e-bike stolen in Nanaimo

Bike stolen from Colliery Dam Park on June 8, says Nanaimo RCMP