Hannah Griffin

An unconventional path for performer

The Purple Pirate-Dustin Anderson-explains the experiences that have shaped his career and life

Eating at an income assistance budget

Eating on an extremely small, fixed budget brings challenges Port Hardy residents

Positive RCMP program gets great feedback

Port McNeill RCMP have begun a program that targets kids doing good things

Candidates speak to the Gazette

MP hopefuls in the North Island-Powell River riding answer the Gazette's questions

A round-up of Harper’s Campbell River visit

Prime Minister Stephen Harper visited Campbell River in late August as part of his campaign for the upcoming Oct. 19 federal election

Ticks: What everyone should know

A summary of what should be known about ticks on the Island

Dust Bowl lives up to its name

The Triport Speedway's Dust Bowl took place Aug. 22 and 23

Update on Neucel curtailment

Months after Neucel announced a curtailment in operations, how is Port Alice faring?

Annual fishing derby remembers teen

The James Denton Memorial Fishing derby is in memory of a teen who died several years ago

Doctor retention an ongoing issue

Attracting and keeping doctors in remote B.C. communities is a challenge

Company founder crowdfunds for facility upgrade

The founder of BC Bud Rub is trying to raise money to upgrade his business

Tragic accident claims logger

A logging accident killed a Port Hardy man on July 24

Campfire ban lifted

A campfire ban has been lifted on Vancouver Island as of July 28

Minister of Technology visits Port Hardy

Minister of Technology stopped in Port Hardy to talk about connectivity

Petition presented

The controversy surrounding a volunteer Fire Chief's removal continues in Port McNeill

Rain doesn’t deter Cops for Cancer

A rainy tournament brought supporters to Seven Hills on July 12

Movers and Shakers: Meet Jessie Hemphill

A look at an influential and involved young person in Port Hardy

Port McNeill postmaster ready to retire

A long running postmaster gets ready to retire in Port McNeill

Fire chief supporters attend council meeting

Supporters of ousted Port McNeill volunteer fire chief attended a July 6 council meeting

Fire now 95% contained

The Tsulquate River wildfire was 95% contained about a week after it was discovered