Greg Sakaki

Coach wins 100th game as basketball Mariners can’t be beaten

VIU’s men’s and women’s basketball teams win their weekend games in PacWest play

City of Nanaimo being sued by human resources firm

Integrity Group seeking more than $50,000 over what it claims are unpaid bills

Vancouver Island marches in support of local women and all women

Victoria, Nanaimo and Courtenay host Saturday events

Clippers head off on international road trip

Nanaimo Clippers will play Coquitlam Express, Wenatchee Wild, Surrey Eagles

Nanaimo councillor questions policy for filming meetings

Comments come after plugged pulled during ‘loss of decorum’

Comeback falls short, Clippers lose fourth straight

The Salmon Arm Silverbacks held on for a 5-4 win against Nanaimo on Sunday

Victim identified in what police are calling a targeted Nanaimo shooting

Troy McKinnon, 34, was shot and killed Saturday in the area of Wakesiah Avenue and Jingle Pot Road

Censure process directs mayor and councillor to attend training courses

City releases decision after censure hearings for Mayor Bill McKay, Coun. Diane Brennan

Clippers’ winning streak stopped

Coach likes team’s play as it wins four straight before falling 4-3 Saturday night

Nanaimo Clippers win first two games with new coach

Nanaimo beats Powell River and Cowichan with Darren Naylor behind the bench

VIU wins exhibitions, excited for more basketball in new year

Mariners men sweep past Mohawk Mountaineers in CCAA action Dec. 29-30

City of Nanaimo won’t pursue legal action against mayor

Mayor Bill McKay suggests apology is in order

Clippers owner says lack of co-operation led to coach’s firing

Mike Vandekamp was fired as coach and GM of the Clippers and replaced with Darren Naylor

Boxer wins at Bronze Gloves

Precision Boxing Club fighter Gabby Sanderson wins pair of awards

House in Nanaimo area burns down

Six occupants evacuate safely, but chicks die in fire Sunday

VIDEO: Bucs beat Storm in matchup of league’s best teams

The Nanaimo Buccaneers defeated the Campbell River Storm by a 3-2 score in VIJHL action Thursday

City of Nanaimo’s union workers boycott Christmas party

Hundreds of city staff members choose not to attend luncheon Thursday

City of Nanaimo turns off Facebook due to ‘mean, vindictive’ comments

Decision was made in an in camera meeting Monday

Parade-goer alerts residents to Nanaimo house fire

A neighbour on his way to Nanaimo’s Santa Claus parade alerted residents to a fire Saturday

VIU finishes fall with victories

Women’s volleyball team wins last two matches in straight sets, now tied for first