Karl Yu

Nanaimo cat with a disability can still teach foster kittens ‘how to cat’

Life goes from sour to sweet for Lemon, an adopted cat from B.C. SPCA Nanaimo

Nanaimo barber looks at new style for back-to-school fundraiser

Dave Lawrence of That 50's Barber Shop getting tattoo in Fresh Start promo on Aug. 17

RDN Transit requiring masks for most come end of month

Masks, hand sanitizer to be handed out in Regional District of Nanaimo mask policy campaign

Nanaimo-Ladysmith students will be going back to school full time in the fall in ‘learning groups’

Nanaimo Ladysmith Public Schools to submit back-to-school plan to ministry in August

Opioid crisis and COVID-19 pressing issues for Nanaimo’s new medical health officer

Dr. Mike Benusic has been working in his new role with Island Health since July 2

Nanaimo-Ladysmith students will be going back to school full time in the fall, in ‘learning groups’

Nanaimo Ladysmith Public Schools to submit back-to-school plan to ministry in August

New Nanaimo fire hall will adhere to upgraded communication requirements

Groundbreaking happening this week for Fire Station No. 1 on Fitzwilliam Street

RDN to vote on conceptualizing $4.5-million remediation plan at landfill

RDN to rotate dumping areas at Cedar landfill, cap old areas

More than 500 new child care spaces coming to Nanaimo-Ladysmith area

Nanaimo Ladysmith Public Schools to partner on accommodating 406 new child care spaces

More than 500 new child care spaces coming to Nanaimo-Ladysmith area

Nanaimo Ladysmith Public Schools to partner on accommodating 406 new child care spaces

Vancouver Island marmot population gets boost with help from Calgary Zoo

Seventeen pups to spend winter at Mount Washington recovery centre before being released next spring

Turn lane clear after pileup near Brooks Landing mall in Nanaimo

First responders on scene say no injuries in accident near turn lane on Island Highway

COVID-19 pandemic estimated to lead to $2-million loss for RDN Transit

Regional District of Nanaimo has been seeing gradual rider increase since mid-May

Company with Nanaimo lab gets federal approval for psychedelic drug research

Numinus' CEO says company seeing a shift in how people look at mental health treatment

Departure Bay ferry capacity increases to 70%, says B.C. Ferries

Fifty-per-cent limit being phased out, B.C. Ferries has no current plans to provide masks

RDN paid $35 million in wages last year, financial statements show

Statement of financial information, including salaries and expenses, will be presented to directors

Top central Vancouver Island health official retires

Island Health says Dr. Paul Hasselback's replacement to be named shortly

South Wellington Elementary demolition not taking place next school year

Nanaimo Ladysmith Public School trustees vote against razing south-end school in 2020/21

South Wellington Elementary demolition not taking place next school year

Nanaimo Ladysmith Public School trustees vote against razing south-end school in 2020/21

Nanaimo-Ladysmith school district considers COVID-19 lessons in planning for fall

Elementary, secondary school committees formed to plan for next school year