Greg Sakaki

Fundraiser set up to help mother of 20-year-old Nanaimo man who died in Jeep crash

Jerry Gaspari remembered as loving son, ‘happy go-lucky’ guy

Column: Kaitlyn takes offence to Lantzville’s policy preventing street names like ‘Kaitlyn Way’

New road-naming policy encourages recognizing historical figures

Warning signs posted, cougar not found after attacking dogs near Nanaimo River

B.C. Conservation Officer Service notified of ‘similar’ cougar encounters this month

Vancouver Island’s business community anxious to find out more about re-opening B.C.

Greater Nanaimo Chamber of Commerce will help businesses navigate province’s phased plan

Beekeepers in Nanaimo watching out for what are now being called ‘murder hornets’

Asian giant hornets haven’t been seen on Vancouver Island since nest eradicated last fall

Fire at Nanaimo convenience store starts after teen allegedly shoots flare at clerk

Incident happened just after 9 p.m. Saturday at Circle K on Departure Bay Road

Nanaimo resident petitions for $20-per-hour minimum wage for essential workers

Taxpayer says some workers are assessing if their jobs are worth the risk

Rotary marks 100 years of difference-making in Nanaimo

April 25-May 3 is Nanaimo Rotary Centennial Week

Buy Nothing group in Nanaimo seeing neighbours helping neighbours during pandemic

Founder said she’s noticed an uptick in people giving where they live

Motorcycles motor past Nanaimo hospital as a show of support

Riders wish to show appreciation, and they also want to get out of the house, organizer says

Musician from Nanaimo goes viral with banana-cutting TikTok

Arthur Fabbro, stage name Loveclub, gains international attention with social media video

Firefighters worked 10 hours to put out brush fire near Nanaimo River

Hectare-and-a-half blaze broke out Thursday on Nanaimo River Road

Cool cars will cruise through Nanaimo to raise money in COVID-19 fight

Cars 4 COVID happening Saturday, April 18

City council wants Nanaimo to be considered as a potential pilot site for safely supplied drugs

Council votes 6-3 to write to B.C. Ministry of Mental Health and Addictions

Downtown Nanaimo hotel shows love and appreciation for front-line workers

Coast Bastion illuminates windows in the shape of hearts, hopes other buildings do the same

Nanaimo man, allegedly drunk and high, arrested after climbing 100-foot tree

Man in sandals climbs fir tree, hurls obscenities at police below

Nanaimo arenacross racer wins double championship

Sebastian Sulyok takes first overall on Futures West 85cc series

Nanaimo will be the community hardest-hit by ferry layoffs, union says

B.C. Ferry and Marine Workers’ Union looking at its legal options

Nanaimo dentists donate 4,000 masks, 25,000 gloves to health-care peers

Nanaimo District Dental Society collects items for front-line workers during COVID-19 pandemic

B.C. Ferries passengers staying away, as asked, during COVID-19 pandemic

Ferry corporation says ridership down 70-80 per cent over the last week and a half