Neil Horner

Metro trash has RDN concerned

It may be early days in any discussion about Vancouver trash shipped to the Island, but Regional District of Nanaimo directors unimpressed

SHIPPING NEWS:No records broken in race

Slow air means Deep Bay Yacht Club race slogs on to the finish

Musical comedy and parody

This show won the Tony Award for Best Book and Best Score

Shirts keep on talking for three years

Three-year anniversary for Hilliers outlet sees free food and lots and lots of colour

HORNER’S CORNER: Sayonara dear Oceanside

There's a very good reason why people leave this area - to bring other people back

Safety concerns

Tragic death of young cyclist while he was riding in a charity event puts highlight on bike safety in Parksville Qualicum Beach

Stanford Place gets its own mini car show

Ocean Idlers drive up to the plate to give seniors an automotive thrill

Parksville man missing

Donald Catterall has not been seen by family since May 31

Vancouver seeks dump

Regional District of Nanaimo directors concerned big-city garbage could end up here

Low turnout for Bear Smart workshops surprises RDN directors

An average of 500 black bears are killed every year in British Columbia

SHIPPING NEWS: There’s lots of action – when there’s wind

Some sail races were unable to leave the dock due to slumping wind

Boomer’s Ride is coming to town

Fund allows forces members to give help where it’s needed most

MPs not content

Proposed riding boundary changes have local MPs unhappy

The path of positive messages

The Walk of Thought is the brainchild of Arrowview Elementary School's Jodi Waters

‘Little’ Knut now weighs 700 pounds

North Island Wildlife Recovery Centre provides an update on a special resident

Drama in Deep Bay

Oyster fishermen save pair, one a paraplegic from Errington who was knocked unconscious, after ultralight flips

Bowser gardens highlight tour

A G-art-den tour will be held in Deep Bay June 23, tickets are $15

No injuries in fire in Whiskey Creek

The cause of a fire that severely damaged a home in Whiskey Creek on the weekend remains unclear, but electrical suspected

Turn in your guns

RCMP in Parksville Qualicum Beach urge residents to turn in their unwanted guns

Orphaned cubs have a chance

Bear cubs being cared for at North Island Wildlife Recovery Centre in Parksville after their mother was killed on Nanaimo Parkway