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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

Without a deal since June, Nanaimo-Ladysmith teachers rally

No substantive contract offer since April 2, says Ladysmith teachers’ union president

Nanaimo school district sees 259 more students than projected this school year

Nanaimo Ladysmith Public Schools reports 14,294 full-time equivalent students

Nanaimo man caught with more than 200,000 child porn images to be sentenced

Crown says Aaron Macrae recorded video of children on buses and at his workplace

Talks between Western Forest Products and union break down

No more negotiations imminent between United Steelworkers 1-1937 and company

Nanaimo-Ladysmith school district starting from scratch on testing water for lead

Health Canada changed acceptable levels to 0.005 mg/L in March, prompting re-testing at schools

Discipline for vaping like ‘whack-a-mole,’ says Nanaimo school district exec

Nanaimo Ladysmith Public Schools assistant superintendent says focus is on prevention

Striking Western Forest Products workers on Vancouver Island rally against concessions

United Steelworkers Local 1-1937 holds march and rally in Nanaimo

École North Oyster given all-clear after earlier bear sightings

School district enacted ‘shelter-in-place’ for elementary school south of Nanaimo

Nanaimo Ladysmith school district deciding how best to provide menstrual products for students

Early cost estimates tag $75,000 for product dispensers; trustees seek student consultation