Neil Horner

Key people coming to Qualicum

Search and rescue technicians from the length of Vancouver Island will be converging on the Qualicum Beach area early next month

Empty Bowl Soup Kitchen May 14 in Parksville

The event has raised more than $28,000 over the past eight years

They served at sea

Qualicum Beach and Parksville Legions mark one of the most crucial fights of the Second World War — the Battle of the Atlantic

SHIPPING NEWS: Battle of the Atlantic service Sunday

Qualicum Beach Legion will mark one of the key battles of the Second World War

Beware: Bears are awake

Bird seed a particularly problematic attraction in Qualicum Beach

RCMP puts out a call for recruits

Oceanside police looking for people in Parksville Qualicum beach interested in being auxiliary officers

Betty Fraser honoured

Community Policing team in Parksville Qualicum Beach remembers one of their own

College Inn transforming

The company doing the renovations on the iconic Qualicum Beach building plan an open house in early May

Some dogs will need a muzzle

Regional District of Nanaimo discusses dangerous dogs

HORNER: As I look down at your eager, smiling faces …

One more excuse to use a venerable acceptance speech

SHIPPING NEWS: Racing season continues

Both Deep Bay and Schooner Cove sailors were out on the water in stiff competition

Passionate debate over Deep Bay’s future

A proposed development could double the population of Deep Bay

Rhodo show Saturday in Parksville

Big event is slated for April 27 at the Parksville Curling Club.

Feigning death kept him alive

Qualicum Beach veteran Lee Faulkner returns to Korea

Liberals have candidate in Alberni-Pacific Rim

Tourism business operator Darren DeLuca will be the B.C. Liberal candidate

Bomb scare in Qualicum Beach

Oceanside RCMP bring in remote-control robot from Vancouver

Broombusters start chopping Saturday

Teams will meet at the train station at the Alberni Highway interchange in Parksville

Greens join race in Parksville Qualicum

Parksville resident and longtime Green Party activist Gerri Schmidt confirmed this week that she has been approved by the party

Deep Bay divided

Development proposes 386 residences and 292 RV sites

THURSDAY SPOTLIGHT: Slavery in Northern Africa

Parksville dentist hoping to raise awareness and money to help free slaves