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Nanaimo United forgoing soccer balls for snowballs

With soccer cancelled, snow fun day to take place at Beban Park on Saturday, Feb. 16

Man arrested in shooting at Nanaimo hotel pleads guilty to second-degree murder

Brandon Tyler Woody to be sentenced in late March in B.C. Supreme Court in Nanaimo

Nanaimo school district using dress code as a teaching tool

District focusing on codes of conduct rather than “thou shalt not wear” lists

Driver in car chase following 2016 drive-by shooting receives seven-year jail sentence

Crown counsel and defence counsel agree on joint submission

Crown, defence rest their cases in Nanaimo drive-by shooting trial

Judge Robin Baird to render decision on Armaan Singh Chandi on Feb. 11

Want to avoid the speculation tax on your vacant home? Rent it out, Horgan says

Premier John Horgan and Sheila Malcolmson say speculation and vacancy tax addresses homelessness

Nanaimo man thought he was being pranked during drive-by shooting

Motaz Al-harbi was in car that was shot at in March 2016 in Nanaimo

Police officer recounts car chase and takedown in Nanaimo drive-by shooting trial

B.C. Supreme Court trial sees RCMP officer testify about multi-jurisdictional car chase

Trial underway in 2016 Nanaimo drive-by shooting

Trial of Armaan Singh Chandi underway after co-accused Inderpal Aujla, pleads guilty,

Fog and accident delay drive-by shooting trial in Nanaimo

Armaan Singh Chandi and Inderpal Singh Aujla to stand trial in B.C. Supreme Court

B.C. Liberal leader in Nanaimo to support byelection candidate

Andrew Wilkinson campaigning with Tony Harris today, Jan. 12

B.C. man sentenced to 34 months in jail after video recording sex with 14-year-old

John Adam James Landry, 31, of Parksville, entered guilty pleas in Nanaimo provincial court

Island youths to learn about Maori culture, share First Nations culture

Nanaimo Aboriginal Centre youths from Ladysmith and Nanaimo going to New Zealand this month

B.C. government announces $6.4M for residential care home workers

Nanaimo and Parksville among Island communities to benefit

Coast Hotel and workers reach tentative deal

Deal between hotel chain and union representing Nanaimo, Victoria workers reached early Friday

Banned Nanaimo investment advisor loses lawsuit for ex-girlfriend’s house

B.C. Supreme Court judge rules instead that Kenneth Edward Smith must pay back rent

Leonard Krog steps down as MLA of Nanaimo

Nanaimo mayor anticipates byelection call sometime in January

B.C. ferry workers’ union fights for right to strike

Union in Vancouver Nov. 27-28 for B.C. Supreme Court hearing

Cutting down 25 trees costs B.C. man more than $80,000

Former city council candidate illegally dropped alder and maple in pricey Nanaimo neighbourhood

New Nanaimo school trustees debate pay raise to offset tax hike

New Canada Revenue Agency taxation for school trustees takes effect in January