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Lobby group cleared on election activities

An RCMP investigation has concluded that the Concerned Citizens of Nanaimo did not break regulations under the Local Government Act.

Aboriginal student graduation rates on the rise

Aboriginal high school completion rates jumped up nearly 10 per cent in Nanaimo district last year.

Damaged ferry scheduled to return to service by weekend

M.V. Queen of Coquitlam returns to route as investigations into hard landing get underway.
Bystander tackles Nanaimo robbery suspect

Bystander tackles Nanaimo robbery suspect

Police are crediting a Nanaimo bar owner with foiling a robber's getaway.

Protesters settle in on controversial cut block

Nanoose band files injunction in effort to continue working

Shots fired in Nanaimo hair salon

Nanaimo hair salon owner allegedly shoots at break and enter culprits.
Nanaimo man pays price for mistaken arrest

Nanaimo man pays price for mistaken arrest

A Nanaimo man is paying the price for a crime he did not commit.

Storm chops power, cancels ferry sailings

A storm front crossing the B.C. coast early Tuesday morning left some people in the dark.

Input sought on school boundary changes

Input sought on school boundary changes

Newcomers get a chance as school trustees

Voters opted for several new faces for Nanaimo school board.