Candace Wu

Errington man checks on friend at police station and gets himself arrested

The man, who is prohibited from driving, allegedly drove to the police detachment — intoxicated — the morning of Dec. 5

MP wants a plan for seniors

Gord Johns gave his first full speech in the House of Commons on Friday

New shelter for little animals in Errington

The SPCA's new shelter will house rats, guinea pigs, rabbits, gerbils and birds

B&E interuptus in Nanoose Bay

The homeowner reportedly discovered the side door to her residence had been pried open

Seized in Saanich, with a Parksville Qualicum Beach connection

Oceanside RCMP arrest led to $100K of stolen goods

Qualicum Beach Museum goes mad

Gift shop to hold one-night Moonlight Madness sale Thursday

Flying Phil’s Facebook fan club has hundreds of members

The group was started in 2006 to celebrate local celebrity Phil St. Luke

Six months in jail for possessing child porn

A 55-year-old Parksville man pleaded guilty to possession and distribution of child pornography Monday in Nanaimo Provincial Court.

RDN introduces fines for dogs at large in Coombs/Errington

Farmers Institute president said it's a big win for locals

Banking on Food (Part 2) — Qualicum Beach woman turns to food bank

Former personal trainer lost everything after life-changing car accident

Searching for a home — room packed for homelessness forum in Parksville

Focus shifts to finding a location to serve homeless population

RDN loses its boss

Paul Thorkelsson is leaving the RDN to take the CAO position in Saanich

Stabbing in Qualicum Beach a ‘family-involved incident’

All three people involved in the Nov. 18 incident still in hospital

Cedar boughs being stolen in Parksville Qualicum Beach

Spider Lake man has taken the matter to the Oceanside RCMP

MP Gord Johns officially sworn into office

The Courtenay-Alberni MP has been given the small business/tourism critic's role

Ashes to ashes, dust to glasses

Parksville glass blower Robert Held turns crematory ashes into memorial keepsakes

Nanoose chief vows to stop Beachcomber expansion

Owner of the marina wants to add 26 boat slips - Chief David Bob says the entire area is part of a sacred site for his First Nation

Still no federal funding for passenger rail service on Vancouver Island

Southern Railway officials say service could re-start by the end of 2016 or early 2017 - 'This is news to me,' says RDN chair

THURSDAY SPOTLIGHT: Ronald McDonald House has helped Parksville Qualicum Beach families

Leanne Davis tells the story of her daughter's battle with cancer and the family's stay at the Vancouver facility