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Ferry breaks down at Nanaimo’s Departure Bay, several sailings cancelled

B.C. Ferries vessel the Queen of Oak Bay held in dock in Nanaimo due to main engine issue

Couple celebrates 61st anniversary through Vancouver Island seniors’ home window

Frank and Rena Phillips marked occasion at Nanaimo Seniors Village this week while social distancing

Nanaimo-Ladysmith school district developing plans after COVID-19 suspends classes provincewide

School board chairperson says SD68 agrees decision is for the best

Nanaimo court closed due to connection to positive COVID-19 case

B.C. Provincial Court announces closure of court locations in Nanaimo, Campbell River

RDN transit committee recommends Nanaimo-Duncan busing consultation

If RDN board gives approval, public engagement would begin March 30

Nanaimo-Ladysmith school trustees to vote for wage increase, but for next board

Business committee recommendation to go before trustees at March 11 meeting

Nanaimo teachers wear ‘Red for B.C. Ed’ as they hope for new deal

B.C. Teachers’ Federation, B.C. Public School Employers’ Association resume mediated negotiations

Banned Nanaimo investment advisor accused of lying under oath to investigators

B.C. Securities Commission to schedule hearing in March

Deer euthanized after impaling itself on pointed fence in Nanaimo

Deer suffers organ damage in what B.C. Conservation Officer Service describes as ‘gruesome’ incident

Crews help evacuate residents in Cedar area due to flooding

Evacuees being offered 48 hours’ accommodation, says Regional District of Nanaimo

Nanaimo-Ladysmith Learning Alternatives receives technology grant

School’s students will help decide how $8,450 grant from Best Buy will be spent

RDN to ask B.C. government for moratorium on outdoor cannabis growing

Cedar’s Quennell Road cannabis farm asks RDN that all sides get considered

Person of interest in Nanaimo teen’s murder case faces sex assault charges in Ontario

Steven Bacon, 59, has a court appearance scheduled in March in Thunder Bay

Nanaimo Ladysmith singing superintendent makes encore snowy-day performance

Scott Saywell, SD68 superintendent, sings to tune of The Beatles’ Here Comes the Sun

Nanaimo-Ladysmith aboriginal grad rate reaches all-time high

According to education ministry numbers, 69 per cent of indigenous students graduated in 2018-19

UPDATED: Bus loop at Nanaimo mall re-opened after suspicious package incident

RCMP’s explosives disposal unit attended Woodgrove Centre on Saturday evening

B.C. conservation officers put down fawn blinded by pellet gun on Vancouver Island

Young deer found near construction site in Hammond Bay area in Nanaimo, B.C.

UPDATE: Lockdown lifted at Nanaimo schools after threat

Police presence remains at Dover Bay, Nanaimo District Secondary School and McGirr Elementary