Nanaimo News Staff

Independent Investigations Office looking into complaint against Nanaimo RCMP

IIO looking for witnesses to incident last month after woman was injured while being detained

Recent university grad from Nanaimo wins $250,000 playing online slots

Amanda Lauer lines up the symbols on the Bonanza game

UPDATE: Missing Nanaimo woman found

Amy Dowell not seen or heard from since Thursday

B.C. Ferries increases sailings, traffic levels still way down

Ferry corporation adding 120 weekly sailings on busiest routes starting next week

Remains of B.C. native and armed forces member, involved in helicopter crash near Greece, identified

Defence dept. says remains of Capt. Kevin Hagen recovered during CAF-U.S. Navy operation

VIU’s sports teams won’t play league games this fall

PacWest cancels 2020 conference play, hopes basketball and volleyball can return in January 2021

Arson suspected after fire at business on Nanaimo’s Bowen Road

Backpack with paper and debris found near site of fire at Motion Specialties

B.C. Ferries reopening cafeterias on certain vessels

Travellers will be able to get hot menu items on Departure Bay-Horseshoe Bay sailings

Nanaimo libraries beginning to allow book borrowing following COVID-19 closures

Nanaimo Harbourfront library branch open for ‘takeout’ service Tuesdays through Saturdays

Nanaimo’s water parks open today

Water parks across the city open for the summer; users asked to follow COVID-19 precautions

Mid-Island RCMP arrest two at gunpoint before determining lighter was misidentified as gun

Police respond in force after report of man with firearm in Nanaimo on June 12

Mosaic chops firewood for health-care workers on the mid Island

Dangerous tree removal program turned into gesture of thanks during pandemic

Woman dies in crash on highway in Nanaimo

Two other people sustained minor injuries in accident at 7:10 p.m. Sunday

UPDATE: Man who was missing in Nanaimo’s Linley Valley found safe

Scott Brown was the subject of an all-day search Thursday

Construction begins on $2.9-million Nanaimo hospital expansion for colonoscopy services

Nanaimo and District Hospital Foundation and donors raised $1.75 million toward endoscopy suite

Man allegedly breaks into north Nanaimo home and bear-sprays woman

RCMP ask for the public’s help to try to locate David Arlen Thomas, whom they call a ‘violent offender’

Expensive shoes stolen in break-and-enter in Nanaimo

Several pairs of Gucci and Yeezy shoes worth hundreds of dollars taken in break-in June 8

All BC Ferries passengers will need to bring face masks when they travel

Rule takes effect June 15 and follows Transport Canada guideline

All ferry passengers will need to bring face masks when they travel

B.C. Ferries following Transport Canada directive, rule takes effect June 15

Vancouver Island volunteers checking in on seniors during pandemic

United Way reports 2,600 phone check-ins and 1,300 ‘virtual visits’