Greg Sakaki

VIDEO: Firefighters put out brush fire in Nanaimo

Fire broke out in the area of a new development under construction in East Wellington

Nanaimo’s Rock Dragon recovered

Public art piece found under a sleeping bag in library parking lot

City of Nanaimo making changes to road to try to curb street racing

‘Chokers,’ ‘splitters’ and rumble strips planned for Jackson Road in Duke Point area

Pay parking in the works for Nanaimo’s hospital district next year

Parking strategy a component of hospital area plan OCP amendment

One petition opposes Nanaimo’s tent city, one petition supports it

Two petitions set up on Change.org this week regarding Nanaimo’s Discontent City

Woman run over by car a ‘poster girl for bike helmets’

Couple thanks community after bystanders, police lift up car at accident scene

Nanaimo mayoral candidate Smith announces he’ll try for city council, instead

‘There’s no prize for second place,’ says Norm Smith

Numbers reinforce growing issue with homelessness north of the Malahat

Nanaimo city council presented with reports on homeless count and homelessness action plan

Discontent City campers say there’s room for cars and RVs

Organizers open up Nanaimo homeless camp to ‘hidden homeless’

Mayoral candidate Krog foresees change on Nanaimo council

‘You’re going to see a change in government here in Nanaimo,’ says MLA

Krog officially announces he’s running for mayor

MLA Leonard Krog enthusiastic about entering municipal politics

Vancouver Island newlyweds have all their wedding photos stolen

Photographer’s camera stolen in Vancouver four days after Nanaimo couple married in Campbell River

Nanaimo teen makes it to prom days after her dress was stolen

Donated dress, Lamborghini ride make it a prom night to remember for John Barsby grad

NDP’s two-seat edge at stake as MLA mulls bid for Nanaimo mayor

Leonard Krog says he’s ‘very seriously’ considering running, is set to make an announcement this week

Nanaimo’s LGBTQ community and allies parade for pride

The Nanaimo Pride Parade was held through the downtown Saturday

B.C. man who died in work accident had gotten engaged two days earlier

Family identifies Nanaimo’s Joe Hermann, 40, as the person killed at Parksville job site Monday

Nanaimo man who died in work accident had gotten engaged two days earlier

Family identifies Joe Hermann, 40, as the person killed at Parksville job site Monday

Province seeking fair dealing for renters and landlords

Provincial government task force stopped in Nanaimo on Wednesday for public engagement

Nanaimo Museum will receive a bequest of half a million dollars

Money was gifted by Arthur Leynard, a life member of the museum