Chris Bush

City of Nanaimo parks manager says wire theft in 2019 worst in memory

Merle Logan Field, Nanaimo Ice Centre and NDSS fields recently hit

WATCH: Repeated wire thefts becoming too much for Vancouver Island Exhibition to sustain

Costs from break-ins and thefts take financial toll on 125-year-old fair

WATCH: Island teens get a feel for police work at RCMP youth camp

Nearly 50 Grade 10-12 students experiencing five days of police skills training in Nanaimo

Nanaimo RCMP investigate two suspicious motorhome fires

Two motorhomes, one stolen, burned in Nanaimo on Friday

Man found dead in park in Nanaimo

Body of Nanaimo man who was in his 30s found in Harry Wipper Park on Sunday

Nanaimo fish farm fertilizer pitched for $100,000 Telus contest prize

VIU students team with Nanaimo land-based fish farm to try to bring new product to market

Dragonboat festival brings ‘guts and glory’ to Nanaimo Harbour

Nanaimo’s first-ever 1,500-metre races added to this year’s schedule of events

Man who was carrying knife tackled at Nanaimo’s night market

RCMP make arrest after market-goer chases suspect downtown

Mid-Island tracking toward driest June on record

Predictions for rain this week could bring temporary relief

RCMP investigating suspicious fire at Nanaimo apartment building

Early morning fire ignited under balcony at building on Glen Eagle Crescent

House fire displaces family of five in Nanaimo

Dog and cat still unaccounted for following house fire on East Wellington Road on Monday

Man suffers burns, dog dies in fire in Nanaimo

Structure burns down on Clifford Road property in Cedar

Man dies after being hit by pickup in Nanaimo

Incident happened Monday night at intersection of Nicol and Needham streets

Man OK after riding off cliff while dirt biking after drinking in Nanaimo

Rider allegedly admitted he’d consumed alcohol prior to middle-of-the-night ride

Foot bridge in Nanaimo park closed after suspicious fire

Police investigating after pages from book used to fuel fire in wooden bridge over Millstone River

Haida ‘wisdom-keepers’ receive university’s highest honours at VIU convocation

Nine Haida elders presented with honorary doctorates for preserving Haida language and culture

Depression-era cruise ship connected Vancouver Island to D-Day

HMCS Prince Henry landed troops from Canadian Scottish Regiment from Vancouver Island on Juno Beach

Nanaimo bear sightings take big jump so far this year

Young bears sent to fend for themselves by their mothers could account for recent spike in sightings

B.C. man who fell off cliff returns there to rescue eagle from vulture attack

Nanaimo’s James Farkas, who broke his hip in a fall, saves eagle on same beach months later

Woman rescued from Nanaimo’s East Wellington bluffs

Evening hike turns into overnight ordeal for Nanaimo woman who lost her way as darkness fell