Toby Gorman

Community celebrates Nanaimo hospital’s 50th anniversary

NANAIMO – Staff, volunteers thanked for making hospital top-notch facility

Options sought to replace aging Port Drive trestle

NANAIMO – Only access point to newly acquired property will be decommissioned in 2016.

Downtown Nanaimo merchants, property owners approve BIA mandate

NANAIMO – Critics say time for matching taxpayer grant should come to an end.

City of Nanaimo to demolish unsafe downtown building

NANAIMO – Former theatre has had portions of roof collapsing since early May.

City of Nanaimo addresses safety of sex trade workers

NANAIMO – Council approves one-time grant of $7,000 to begin peer-based program

Flood dampens Nanaimo trade mission to Calgary

NANAIMO – Despite flooding, inaugural WestJet flight from Nanaimo to Calgary proceeds.

Delegation hopes economic opportunities take flight with WestJet service to Calgary

NANAIMO – Reduced number of business delegates will take inaugural WestJet flight from Nanaimo to Calgary.

St. Paul’s to receive new roof, major renovations

NANAIMO – Church looking to expand community outreach abilities, improve access.

Nanaimo, Lantzville to pursue water deal

NANAIMO – Critics say conservation, other issues not being addressed.

COLUMN: Rebuild trust, then deal with dams

NANAIMO – Citizens trust city is acting in their best interests regarding Colliery Dam Park.

Permanent farmers’ market in Nanaimo almost ready to take root

NANAIMO – Directors hopeful lease agreement for 540 Milton St. will be signed, market could open in August.

City takes action on decrepit building

NANAIMO – Strong breeze could collapse walls of former Chapel Street theatre

Nanaimo City Council moves ahead with dam removal

NANAIMO – More than 40 people plead with council to consider alternatives at Monday's meeting.

City, volunteers work to eliminate scotch broom

Invasive Plant Awareness Month intended to educate public on consequences of alien species.

City seeks court order ahead of Colliery protest

NANAIMO – City officials take pre-emptive action to kill planned civil disobedience at Colliery Dam Park.

Mayor appreciates gesture from wireless providers

NANAIMO - CWTA returns $22,000 city lost in court ruling to impose 911 call levy on wireless providers.

Mid-Island entrepreneur testing garbage disposal prototype in Nanaimo

NANAIMO – Paydump catching on at Country Club Centre.

Nanaimo addresses budget stress by releasing senior manager

NANAIMO – Vacant position will save city $170,000 annually.

Nanaimo sailors prepare with months of planning

NANAIMO – Black Press Van Isle 360 includes skippers from the Hub City.

Federal money allows upgrade to runway reporting technology

NANAIMO – ACAP-funded runway condition reporting system improves safety, efficiency