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NANAIMO – Workers take off top membrane of parkade for upgrades.

Island resident shares stories about his life after a stroke

NANAIMO - The Stroke Recovery Association of B.C. is hosting a free education session on Saturday (June 8).

Weak laws, increased tanker traffic continue to threaten world’s oceans

NANAIMO – Number of threats to the health of the Georgia Strait that a local advocacy group wants to highlight for World Oceans Day.

Discarded butts likely cause of house fire

NANAIMO – Fire officials believe the cause of a house fire that displaced nine people Sunday was smoking materials.

Police warn public of rash of thefts

NANAIMO – Since May 28, 38 vehicles – 22 of those in the downtown core – have been broken into.
MPs, mayors join Vancouver Island North MP to oppose riding redistribution proposal

MPs, mayors join Vancouver Island North MP to oppose riding redistribution proposal

Recommendations about changes proposed for Vancouver Island North have been submitted to the B.C. Electoral Boundaries Commission.
Hope fills VIU graduates

Hope fills VIU graduates

NANAImo – Hundreds of Vancouver Island University graduates cross the stage, proud of their accomplishments and full of hope.
High and dry

High and dry

NANAIMO – RCMP will have a presence on the water for Black Press Van Isle 360.
Higher calling

Higher calling

NANAIMO – Workers replace glass at Port Theatre.
Propane torch incident ignites hedges, truck and house

Propane torch incident ignites hedges, truck and house

A fire that destroyed a Lantzville man's truck, some hedges and damaged his house Thursday afternoon was caused by a propane torch.