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Unless you’ve been living in a cave, you know Hardy Buoys Smoked Fish Inc. won the Big Decision.
STOREY’S BEACH—D’Arcy Deacon is still shaking his head after watching a cougar run off with his beloved Boston terrier.
The impossible could happen in the next couple of days during the Vancouver Island 5-pin bowling championships.
With apologies to the Bard, Stink Creek Park will remain as is, despite a move to rename the downtown Port Hardy landmark.
PORT HARDY—On the last day of her life, Carol Humchitt was planning a move to spend the rest of her days with her new granddaughter.
There have been a few diagnosed cases of scarlet fever in the Tri-port area
Grieving dad starts walking from Port Hardy to raise funds for sick kids
The Liberal government’s budget completely ignores the Mount Waddington district, said the North Island’s NDP MLA.
As the Labour Relations Board gave B.C. teachers a green light to strike for up to three days next week
Port Hardy—In what was arguably the biggest spectacle on the North Island during the past 50 years
Larry Sandberg is a reluctant hero who may soon be embarrassed by provincial accolades.
PORT HARDY—Music, food, entertainment, terrific prizes and more will be the highlights of a day
The theft from Port McNeill youngsters was offset by the actions of Mounties who replaced most of what crooks swiped.
Janet Henry is finally returning to her Alert Bay home.
One of Port Hardy's largest employers hopes appearing on a TV show will jump start their business
PORT MCNEILL—Losing money to an apartment scammer may be the least of the worries for a young couple that was victimized, say police.
They’re coming next month and smart meters were on the agendas of all three Tri-port councils
It’s good news if North Island homeowners are staying put, not so good if they’re looking to sell.
Former Canadian heavyweight boxing champion Ben Perlini was found dead in his Port Hardy apartment Saturday. He was 47.
The North Island Gazette Hamper Fund is well short of the money it needs this year to help everyone who needs it