Greg Sakaki

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

Vancouver Island pair holding hunger strike to protest logging of old-growth forests

James Darling and Robert Fuller are in the fifth day of their protest in Nanaimo

Designs come in for more than 200 apartments in Chase River in Nanaimo

Development permit application has been submitted for 1300 Junction Ave.

Guns and military-grade munitions found in home after assault suspect arrested in Nanaimo

37-year-old man arrested after alleged assault with a weapon Tuesday

BCHL teams can start training in September for first league games in December

B.C. Hockey League announces Dec. 1 start date for 2020-21 season

Nanaimo NightOwls will play ball under the lights next season

West Coast League baseball club unveils its team name

Nanaimo’s south-end residents oppose concentration of supportive housing

Neighbourhoods have concerns about newly announced projects

More than 100 apartments for seniors approved in Nanaimo’s hospital area

Development permit issued for 1125 Seafield Cres.

Seven-foot-tall Nanaimo resident helps man in distress in Departure Bay

Peters able to wade out far enough to help ‘frantic’ man in the water

B.C. reopening but tourism facing long-term recovery, say Vancouver Island MLAs

B.C. Liberals criticize lack of planning, NDP says consultation and response happening

Nanaimo minister’s YouTube teachings suited to COVID-19 times

The Rev. John Crowdis taking over for retiring Rev. Foster Freed at Trinity United Church

Former prime minister calls in to Vancouver Island Rotary club’s Zoom meeting

Paul Martin talks indigenous education with Lantzville service club members

Island hospitals getting Pride crosswalks

Island Health says rainbow crosswalks a visible commitment to diversity and inclusion

98-year-old Gabriola man jumps out of an airplane for Father’s Day

Patrick Allen is oldest man to skydive with SkyDive Vancouver Island

Nanaimo Buccaneers have a new owner

Carl Ollech, an owner of Duncan Iron Works, buys junior B hockey club

City invests in cleanup as 630 shopping carts collected around Nanaimo

City of Nanaimo formalizes $187,000 expenditure on full-time clean-up crew

Minor baseball will take the field in Nanaimo this month

Season will run June 22-Aug. 15 for most divisions