Karl Yu

RDN grants $1.1 million for replacement of leaky pipes in Cedar

Tender for installation of PVC pipe on Cedar Road area closes Oct. 9

Festival parade ‘jazzes’ up downtown Nanaimo

Nanaimo International Jazz Festival closes with Laila Biali Trio Sunday

UPDATE: Fire official deems morning fire at Nanaimo school suspicious

Nanaimo Fire Rescue extinguishes fire at portable at Ecole Oceane

Nanaimo high school students cut class to attend climate action rally

Extinction Rebellion Nanaimo rally raises awareness, demands action against climate change

RDN transit committee recommends keeping bus loop at Port Drive until summer

Regional District of Nanaimo board to debate recommendation Oct. 22

Nanaimo area United Way kicks off fundraising campaign

Money raised benefits many, including those affected by opioid crisis

Man who crushed Nanaimo RCMP cars with stolen truck gets more jail time

Majore Jackson, 34, sentenced to two more years in jail in provincial court in Nanaimo

Family safe after early-morning garage fire in Nanaimo’s Buttertubs Marsh area

Nanaimo Fire Rescue called out to fire 2 a.m. on Saturday

It’s game on as new hockey exhibit fills Nanaimo Museum

Canadian Museum of History travelling exhibit on display until November

Nanaimo firefighters racing Tour de Rock riders to Ladysmith in old-fashioned pump car

Cops for Cancer fundraiser will happen Sept. 30

Tour de Rock riders on bikes to race Nanaimo firefighters on old-fashioned pump car

Cops for Cancer fundraiser will happen Sept. 30

Wrestling legend ‘The Hitman’ to bare heart at talk in Nanaimo

Bret Hart to reminisce about WrestleMania, 'Montreal Screw Job' matches at talk Sept. 13

Health official warns school district about vaping

Dr. Paul Hasselback tells education committee nicotine and youth don't go well together

Nanaimo comic con cosplayers, heroes champion Boys and Girls Club cause

Rebranded comic convention fundraiser takes place at Beban Park

Striking Western Forest Products mill workers await word on potential mediation

Union head says Saturday meeting with mediator and company determines Sept. 13 mediation attendance

School starts in Nanaimo-Ladysmith despite no deal for teachers

B.C. teachers, education ministry to resume mediation Sept. 23

School starts in Nanaimo-Ladysmith despite no deal for teachers

B.C. teachers, education ministry to resume mediation Sept. 23

Home-schoolers in Nanaimo celebrate ‘not back-to-school’

Like students at brick-and-mortar schools, Nanaimo home-learners start school year

VIU students back to school for fall semester

Baking program student becoming acclimatized to Nanaimo campus

Workers’ efforts celebrated during Labour Day weekend

Nanaimo, Duncan and District Labour Council holding Labour Day event