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Funding helps feed students

Election raises hopes for E&N

College students help people in need

College students help people in need

Students from Discovery College's community service worker program helped the homeless and other underprivileged people Tuesday by handing out shoes and socks free to anyone who needed them.

Social service workers take strike vote

About 160 Nanaimo workers in the social services sector are awaiting the results of a strike vote held last month.
Rising food prices hit low-income earners hard

Rising food prices hit low-income earners hard

Rising food prices could leave low-income Canadians feeling the pinch at the grocery store.

Police step up patrols for prom

City defends monetary reserve policy

Roughly $2.7 million dollars from 2010 taxation will be going into reserves, and city watchdog Fred Taylor said he wants to know why the money wasn't used to reduce Nanaimo's 2011 tax rate increase to zero instead.

Council hears Round 3 of low barrier housing issue

VIU workshop targets climate change understanding

Vancouver Island University is trying to bring greater understanding of climate change to the masses.
UPDATE: Police trying to identify mystery woman

UPDATE: Police trying to identify mystery woman

Nanaimo Mounties hope the public can help put a name to a woman they have so far been unable to identify.