Greg Sakaki

Nanaimo United play in a pandemic, win Jackson Cup championship

Div. 1 men defeat Lakehill 2-1 to cap off soccer season after a six-month shutdown

Sandstone project could transform southern face of Nanaimo

Seacliff Properties touting 3,000 homes, new commercial and industrial districts

Nanaimo’s cancer society office closing permanently

Office had been temporarily closed since March due to COVID-19

Motor home burns up at north Nanaimo intersection

No one hurt in incident Friday morning at old Island Highway, Rutherford Road and Mostar Road

One of Nanaimo’s oldest gymnasiums will be coming down

Nanaimo council gives school district permission to demolish Franklyn Street gym

Police dog evicts Nanaimo squatter who moved in while residents vacationed

40-year-old arrested Monday night while home’s usual residents holidayed in the Yukon

Threat made against south Nanaimo school draws RCMP presence

‘Troubling’ threat directed at Cinnabar Valley Elementary comes via e-mail just before back-to-school

Nanaimo man wins $675,000 on Set for Life scratch ticket

Matt Deri bought winning ticket at Jingle Pot Gas N Go

Nanaimo Clippers looking for new GM as Campbell moving on

BCHL team expected to hire new general manager or head of business operations this month

Nanaimo pushes to host supportive shelter hub for the homeless

Provincial government looking for Vancouver Island location for 60-bed navigation centre

Low COVID-19 case count has Nanaimo well-positioned for the fall, doctor says

Even if risks increase, they will remain low, says Dr. Mike Benusic

City of Nanaimo will look into ‘situation tables’ to address social disorder

Nanaimo MLA presents idea to city council, RCMP voices support

Nanaimo creek restoration meant to make habitat more fish-friendly

Streamkeepers, Departure Bay neighbours, City of Nanaimo, NALT and others partner on project

Lantzville business now guarded by animatronic dinosaur

Stan Pottie purchased two dinos in auction this month

Girl Guide from Nanaimo recognized with national Change Maker Award

Alex Brick, 12, one of four girls her age across Canada to receive award

Stone Soup charity gets stone cold response to recycling efforts in Nanaimo

City orders ongoing fundraising through recycling stopped due to neighbourhood complaints

Protesters in Nanaimo call for greater protection of old-growth forests

Extinction Rebellion organized rally at Maffeo Sutton Park on Saturday afternoon

Vancouver Island team takes on wacky challenges of world’s largest scavenger hunt

Greatest International Scavenger Hunt taking place Aug. 1-8

Nanaimo to look at turning high school field into mid-size sports stadium

Parks and rec will begin stakeholder engagement and begin work on a phased plan for improvements

Cooler days help crews fighting fire on mountainside southwest of Nanaimo

Firefighters making progress, but it’s ‘slow-going,’ says B.C. Wildfire Service