Neil Horner

Directors adopt a plan to evacuate animals in the Regional District of Nanaimo

Porky, Daisy and the other barnyard pals can breath a little easier now

Fraser not likely ro run for NDP leadership

Alberni-Pacific Rim MLA says he has heard there is interest from federal politicians for the B.C. party's leadership

Kinder Morgan presents its case for more tankers

Regional District of Nanaimo directors pose tough questions to company representative

Tour gets boost from Qualicum Beach, school and Thrifty Foods

Riders make many stops, collect a lot of money, during Tour de Rock's stop in Parksville Qualicum Beach

SHIPPING NEWS: CFMETR event well attended

Normally secretive base opens its doors to the general public

HORNER’S CORNER: Of course I enjoy hunting season!

Okay, so it's a bit of a role reversal. It's still good, clean fun

No treasure in mystery safe No. 2

This is the second safe a Parksville company has found in the past month as it demolishes buildings downtown

Tough task for rescuers

Local man breaks his ankle on hike; spends night on Mount Arrowsmith near Parksville

Bad season for wasps

Parksville pest control company says this summer's wasp problem was more than twice as bad as normal

Neglected cats saved by Comox Valley SPCA shelter

SPCA says it would be grateful to receive help from locals with the care of these 18 animals seized from a house in Bowser

Children get a chance to build labrynths

The event was part of the International Labyrinth Gathering, held at Tigh-Na-Mara Resort in Parksville from Sept. 16-22

Liberals say they like riding changes

Nobody has come forward to carry the party banner for the federal election 2015

Gas station, restaurant demolished

New Co-op gas station at the corner of Corfield and Highway 19A in downtown Parksville will feature a store and upper-floor condos

Eye injury sparks rescue

Search and rescue technicians hoist injured seaman to safety

Concentrating on scooter safety

A different kind of rodeo at The Gardens in Qualicum Beach

HORNER’S CORNER: Battling a growing stereotype

Tales from Wolf Camp: At crunch time, the right decision was made

Hope waning for lost Parksville kitten

Food left out at SPCA to temp it back went untouched

Pot petition launched in Parksville Qualicum Beach

More than 6,000 signatures required in this constituency

Is salmon food being threatened?

Discussion at Regional District of Nanaimo meeting centres around seaweed harvesting and how it is affect sand lance, a food for salmon

Green Party leader visits Coombs

Elizabeth May says Prime Minister Stephen Harper lacks credibility on climate issues