Michael Briones

Cascadia’s new gym to be one of the best on the Island

Students will have more training space to develop taekwondo skills

Generals fail to weather Storm

Oceanside team faces Buccaneers tonight in Nanaimo

Little Qualicum River Park Bridge being removed

The existing bridge at Little Qualicum River Regional Park is being demolished…

Qualicum Beach hotshot Shepheard turns into Ice

Forward signs with WHL hockey club

Minor hockey used equipment sale set for Sept. 17

Playing hockey can be a costly sport to engage in, the Oceanside…

Bowser sewer protesters greet MP

Gord Johns hears grievance during Ride the Riding cycling tour through community

Parksville man’s footage of Narrows Bridge collapse digitized

There’s plan to turn the 59-year-old film into a documentary

Fleming-Alho wins bronze in longsword

Cascadia Martial Arts instructors savors experience from Las Vegas CombatCon

The Generals lose pre-season games

Head coach says young team’s overall performance was not bad

Oceanside Kustoms moves shop to Errington

New location will provide owners more room to bring in more cars

Another o-Kaye Eaglecrest Club Championship

Qualicum Beach club wraps up two-day tournament

Oceanside RCMP register bikes to deter thieves

Registration event set for Tuesday, Aug. 29, in Parksville

RDN board gives Bowser sewage project green light

Despite pleas from residents, directors don’t want to lose $10.7 million grant

RDN development management plan for Beachcomber Park

Intiative started in 2016 and will be a first for the Nanoose community property

Annual Thunderbirds softball camp set to soar again

Oceanside to host BC Summer Games try outs for 2018

Bulls, broncs and a barrel of fun

Third annual rodeo a huge success

RDN grant applications for community safety now available

The Regional District of Nanaimo provides grant funding to support organizations that…

Generals looking for hardworking players

Oceanside team faces a rebuilding and challenging year

RDN to celebrate Active Aging Week

Annual event highlights variety of activities older adults can try to engage in

Bowser landowners favour sewer project

Regional District of Nanaimo board to decide whether project should proceed