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Victim of alleged RCMP assault shocked no charges laid

A Nanaimo woman is shocked no charges were laid against two Nanaimo RCMP officers following an alleged police brutality incident in March.
Layton mourners gather at Nanaimo plaza to share grief

Layton mourners gather at Nanaimo plaza to share grief

Mourners gather at plaza to share grief over loss of late NDP leader Jack Layton.

Beban Park to undergo energy study

Beban Park Recreation Centre will undergo an energy study later this year to determine what efficiencies need to be made, says a city staff report.

HST transfer requires vigilance, opponent says

While the B.C. government begins the task of scrapping the harmonized sales tax and returning to the PST/GST, now is not the time for opponents of the HST to let down their guard.

Man sentenced for thefts

A Nanaimo man arrested earlier this month received jail time for multiple theft charges.

Nanaimo car thief caught

A Nanaimo man is behind bars after allegedly stealing a pickup and fleeing from police.

Nanaimo Block Watch tracks down stolen truck

Nanaimo RCMP Identification Unit members are examining a pickup truck for clues to who might have taken it thanks to a sharp-eyed Block Watch member.

Fewer provincial exams concern teachers

Nanaimo educators have some concerns about the Education Ministry's decision to eliminate provincial exams for many senior courses and change the criteria for scholarships.

Recreational halibut season closes earliest in history

Recreational halibut season closes earliest in history.

Dodd Narrows scouted for tidal power project

Potential tidal energy output could be five megawatts, enough to power up to 5,000 homes.