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NANAIMO – Council struggles to fulfill cultural mandate while keeping an eye on spending.
NANAIMO – High rate of variance approvals for developers has elected officials concerned waterways aren't being properly protected.
NANAIMO – Society says protected historic cemetery lies close to work site, requests inventory of Colliery Dam Park.
NANAIMO – Coun. Bill McKay tells CBC radio he urinated on a building in city's downtown.
NANAIMO – I’ve become convinced that recycling is not going to save the world.
Council holds its nose and approves $100,000 facility.
NANAIMO – Stability continues to settle over local property assessments in the Nanaimo area compared to the mid-2000s.
NANAIMO – Meetings will continue to be recorded and available on Internet.
NANAIMO – Vote fails 5-4, majority of council says citizens are content with services received for taxes.
NANAIMO – Community group provides alternatives, council agrees to spend $60,000 and six months to consider dam rehabilitation, repair.
NANAIMO – Tectonica Management to revitalize, seismically upgrade 70-year-old building.
NANAIMO – Government set to allow the deaths of a third of the province’s wolf population.
NANAIMO – Hockey fans growing disillusioned, games cancelled through Dec. 30.
NANAIMO – Unexpected snowfall blankets city, drivers adjusted well for the most part.
NANAIMO – Riparian setbacks, public engagement in budget deliberations also to be considered.
NANAIMO – City enters into purchase agreement to secure key piece of property in Nanaimo's downtown core.
NANAIMO – Residents worried chlorine tanks at new water treatment centre pose fire risk
NANAIMO – New targets include three-per cent reduction below 2007 levels by 2020, 39 per cent reduction below 2007 levels by 2050.
NANAIMO – RCMP distribute 600 reflective armbands to pedestrians, ensure cyclists have proper lighting systems and reflective clothing.
NANAIMO – Firm says $800,000 is needed to fix 116-year-old building being used for performing arts.