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The Vancouver Island Symphony launched its 2013 concert series with fun crafts and performances at the Nanaimo Airport.
The Ladysmith Secondary School boys' rugby team won its first playoff game and secured a spot at the North Island Championships.
A cast of 36 will perform a mix of skits, comedy, song and dance when the Chemainus Seniors Drop-In Centre presents Top of the Town.
Residents of North Oyster and the Diamond are worried about a potential land transfer between Ladysmith and Couverdon.
Ladysmith native Brandon Scott advanced to the nationals after winning Skills BC gold in automotive collision repair.
Local Legion pitches in $3,000 to help purchase a robotic exoskeleton for disabled Canadian Forces veteran Trevor Greene.
Prospective students are invited to attend an "Open House/Discover Trades Day" at VIU's Cowichan campus May 23.
Former Ladysmith autobody technician Brandon Scott bound for national skilled trades competition after winning gold at provincials.
Advanced voting runs May 8 - 12. General voting day is Tuesday, May 14 from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. PST.
Members of the Ladysmith-Chemainus Orcas Swim Club earned many personal best times at meets in late April.
Here are brief recaps of your Nanaimo-North Cowichan candidates' top priorities.
A selection of our best photos from the 2013 Ladysmith Ambassadors Coronation.
Ladysmith's eldest resident Keith Turner celebrates his 106th birthday today!
Students at Ladysmith Secondary School are performing the musical Legally Blonde, starting Thursday, May 2.
Ladysmith Family and Friends hosted its annual Healthy Start to Learning expo April 23.
Ladysmith Secondary School's boys' rugby team beat Wellington 38-5 to earn a chance to play a provincial qualifier May 6 at home.
Job creation is a priority for mortgage broker Amanda Jacobson, who was nominated as the BC Liberals' candidate in this riding on April 23.
Ladysmith RCMP have identified a blown-out tire as the cause of a single-vehicle accident that shut down Highway 1 Tuesday afternoon.
A PAC-conducted survey shows 60-plus parents would take students out of the district if the English track is removed from École Davis Road.
Ladysmith business consultant Mayo McDonough has registered to run as the Green Party's candidate in the provincial election.