Nicholas Pescod

South end envisioned as urban living ‘epicentre’

Parkshore Projects proposing three new developments for Haliburton Street

City of Nanaimo economic development arm is in the works

Councillors endorse recommendations of outside consultant

Development proposal for old Nanaimo hospital site moving to public hearing

Molnar Group seeks to build a 175-unit development at 388 Machleary St.

City of Nanaimo moves to take away free long-term parking for disabled permit holders

Concerns raised about abuse of parking permit in city parkades

Year-long volunteer program aims to empower Vancouver Island youths

Federally funded Youth 20/20 Can involves young people aged 15-30

Nanaimo’s ‘Kidney Condo’ accommodates out-of-town dialysis patients

Facility first of its kind on Vancouver Island, according to Kidney Foundation of Canada

Man who stole, burned politician’s portrait has manuscript he wrote in prison stolen

Oregon man stranded after backpack with passport taken

Lantzville’s Copley Park will be getting a new-look playground

District will spend $80,000 to replace playground equipment that doesn't meet safety standards

City of Nanaimo aiming to be an age-friendly community

Councillors endorse plan devoted to improving seniors' quality of life

Crews put out boat fire on land in South Wellington

Incident could have been 'much worse,' says Cranberry fire chief

Mixed-use development proposed along Nanaimo’s Terminal Avenue

Five-storey development would include residential units and commercial space

Nanaimo-Ladysmith Green MP Paul Manly launches re-election bid

Vancouver Island celebrity Pamela Anderson lends support to the Greens

District of Lantzville posts $3.1-million revenue shortfall

Shortfall due to accounting around certain capital projects, according to staff

Second MRI machine coming to Nanaimo Regional General Hospital

MRI machine to be operational in spring 2020

Tribunal hearing scheduled for case involving City of Nanaimo and former CFO

Victor Mema accuses the city of racial discrimination

OPINION: City of Nanimo purchase card statements should be released regularly

Financial transparency needed following years of turbulence

Lantzville council declines report on tree cutting

District councillors satisfied with current bylaws around cutting trees on private property

Province believes Nanaimo’s tech sector has room to grow

Minister recognizes Nanaimo's attractive qualities and its challenges in attracting the tech industry

City of Nanaimo will start regularly releasing in-camera information

Councillors agree to update policy on release of in-camera documents

Federal government commits $46 million to expand Port of Nanaimo’s Duke Point operations

Expansion of wharf, new warehouse, administration building, cranes and more coming