Chris Bush

Island outdoor enthusiasts petitioning as military cracks down on weapons range trespassers

Canadian Forces announces it is enforcing the boundaries of its range on Nanaimo’s Westwood Ridges

Researchers in Nanaimo competing to create life-saving drug-checking technology

VIU team receives $25,000 grant as a semifinalist for $1-million research prize

Hot weather, brush fires could spell early start to Vancouver Island wildfire season

Coastal Fire Centre considering a campfire prohibition as soon as next week

Hospital foundation raising $1.5 million to cut colonoscopy wait times

Fundraiser to expand NRGH endoscopy department and reduce one-year wait list for 3,500 patients

Nanaimo McDonald’s had not-so-McHappy Day after electrical fire

Fire late Tuesday night shut down south-end location Wednesday

Nanaimo McDonald’s having not-so McHappy Day after electrical fire

Fire late Tuesday night has shut down south-end location

Kitchen fire at Nanaimo home sends 91-year-old woman to hospital

Cause of fire currently under investigation

Nanaimo women honoured for using CPR to save man’s life

Larry Greenwood calls Angela Schwab and Alice Eerling his ‘angels’

Psychics tell B.C. farm owners that missing baby goat is alive

Ladysmith farm owners hope for kid’s return after it was allegedly stolen during snuggle session

Psychics tell Ladysmith farm owners that baby goat is alive

Yellow Point Farms owners hold out hope for kid’s safe return

Upgrades planned for Gabriola ferry terminal

Plans call for new loading ramp, creation of a vehicle holding area and new terminal building

IIO B.C. looking into allegation of assault by Nanaimo RCMP

Police arrested a cabin break-in suspect in the Nanaimo Lakes area in February

Vancouver Island rallies for action on overdose crisis

Protestors call for new policies, safe supply and decriminalization

B.C. Ferries reveals plans for downtown Nanaimo’s Gabriola terminal improvements

Terminal development plan proposes more vehicle space, better terminal access, and twin ferries

Crime-prevention habits can curb thefts from Vancouver Island vehicles

Nanaimo RCMP and other police forces promoting #9PMRoutine of bringing in valuables from cars

Man pulls knife in dog off-leash park in Nanaimo

RCMP want to speak with man who displayed knife when approached by a dog at Colliery Dam Park

Ancient beer recipes recreated on Vancouver Island

Ancient beers revived in Nanaimo from study into influence of brews on ancient cultures

Western Canada’s first European vehicle processing centre officially opens in Nanaimo

B.C. Vehicle Processing Centre will bring two carrier loads of European cars per month to Nanaimo

The vinyl countdown: needle ready to drop on Nanaimo Record Show

Dozens of dealers, private collectors will offer huge variety Sunday at city’s biggest record show

Artist binds, bends and weaves a new work at Nanaimo park

Marc Walter creating his third public art sculpture from tree branches in Maffeo Sutton Park