Nicholas Pescod

Proposed 76-unit residential development would neighbour north Nanaimo mall

Council approves first and second reading of re-zoning application for 4961 Songbird Pl.

City of Nanaimo moves to dissolve youth advisory council

Nanaimo council to create accessibility and inclusiveness committee

Lantzville residents asked to select waste cart sizes for automated collection

District of Lantzville, Regional District of Nanaimo moving to automated waste collection next fall

Cabin containing mining artifacts burns down near Nanaimo

Cabin was unoccupied at time of incident, say firefighters

Nanaimo councillors approve economic development task force

Task force will have a role in guiding creation of an economic development strategy

South Nanaimo cabin containing mining artifacts burns down

Cabin was unoccupied at time of incident, say firefighters

Nanaimo fire chief confident new station will be on time, on budget

Fire Station No. 1 plans go to city's design advisory panel this week

Mon Petit Choux in downtown Nanaimo up for sale

Commercial Street bakery and cafe is listed for $195,000

City of Nanaimo, ex-CFO trade documents as part of human rights tribunal process

Victor Mema's racism complaint against city to go to tribunal hearing this month

Lantzville to explore water options for Winds neighbourhood

Council to examine possibility of creating local service area

Lantzville expresses concerns about safety along Island Highway

District council requests increased enforcement, help from provincial government

Nanaimo councillor elected as UBCM director at large

Coun. Ben Geselbracht now tasked with lobbying the province

Lantzville switching to adjudication system to resolve bylaw disputes

Adjudication would avoid the need to hire legal counsel, says staff report

NDP leader Jagmeet Singh focuses on housing during stop in Nanaimo

Federal NDP leader stopped by the Harbour City on Sept. 26

‘Blue collar’ candidate running as an independent in Nanaimo-Ladysmith

Geoff Stoneman aims to attract first-time voters

Nanaimo and mid-Island region had a good summer, tourism-wise

European tourists came earlier than normal, says Tourism Vancouver Island

Hybrid Gabriola vessels part of B.C. Ferries’ plans to reduce emissions

Ferry corporation to introduce two new vessels on Nanaimo-Gabriola route by 2022

Nanaimo hotel tax set to go up

Hospitality association lays out five-year plan for tourism in Nanaimo

Nanaimo-Ladysmith candidates ‘disappointed’ with prime minister over blackface

Situation a 'nightmare' for Trudeau and the Liberals, says VIU professor

Council adopts whistleblower policy for City of Nanaimo

Policy designed to protect staff members who wish to report potential wrongdoing