Karl Yu

VIDEO: Nanaimo woman surprised by deer’s fence-jumping fail

Natasha Mickey posted deer-bailing incident to Facebook

Nanaimo man sentenced to six months for child porn charges

Gwynfryn Raymond Wilson was arrested after police executed a search warrant in June 2016

Police looking into road rage incident outside fast-food restaurant in Nanaimo

Incident took place at parking lot along Nicol Street

Wiretap evidence contributes to fraud conviction of Nanaimo man

James Macleod convicted in Calgary court; prosecutor says $1 million was unrecovered, lost or stolen

Man dies while hiking Mount Benson

Nanaimo Search and Rescue had to hike to scene due to heavily wooded area.

Nanaimo-Ladysmith superintendent will retire at the end of the school year

Nanaimo school district hires firm to conduct nationwide search for John Blain’s replacement

Nanaimo school district enrolment trending up

Formal enrolment numbers not expected until October, but signs point to an increase

B.C. to offer free tuition for young adults raised in foster care

B.C. Premier John Horgan announced an expanded tuition waiver program Friday in Nanaimo

Nanaimo Stock the Lockers 2017 campaign aiming for $60k

Nanaimo-Ladysmith Schools Foundation annual fundraiser goes until Sept. 1.

Dog with 100,000 fleas saved after blood transfusion

Terrier from Lantzville that was surrendered to the SPCA had to be rushed to veterinary hospital

Nanaimo fire chief reminds people about fire ban following bush fire

Acting Nanaimo fire chief says it appears campfire-type fires are occurring in Rock City Road area.

Fong sentenced in Nanaimo provincial court

Tyler Desmond Fong receives eight-and-a-half-year sentence

Nanaimo-Ladysmith schools district’s aboriginal grad rate drops to 56.4 per cent

Aboriginal graduation rate for Nanaimo district was at 63.9 per cent in 2013-14

Teachers’ court decision delays Nanaimo-Ladysmith school district budget

Unclear to Nanaimo school district how many additional teachers required under ruling

SD68 finds lead in water of two Ladysmith schools

Nanaimo-Ladysmith school district is working on mitigation procedures after testing at schools…

VIU approves two-per cent increase on tuition, student fees

More than $9-million shortfall offset by international student tuition

Environmental group concerned about potential logging in Yellow Point

Yellow Point Community Forest Society formed to try to protect area from logging

Nanaimo school district clarifies multiplex support

NANAIMO – School board asks support letter to be removed from events centre documents.

Grizzly bears spotted island hopping

Conservation officers hope to lessen human and animal interaction

Former principal reprimanded

Nanaimo school district principal who pleaded guilty to theft under $5,000