Kathy O'Reilly-Taylor

Tugboat rescue

A BCFerries crew are being credited with rescuing a tugboat on Jan. 20.

Hastings Street closed for grand opening

The District of Port Hardy closed Hastings Street to allow for a grand opening of the New Beginnings House

Habitat For Humanity Home

A Habitat for Humanity home could be built on the North Island

Pay Parking Update

The District of Port Hardy continues to fight against pay parking at Campbell River Hospital

Refugees find home

Five Sointula families are hoping to provide refuge for a Syrian family.

Single motor vehicle accident Dec. 23

There was a single motor vehicle accident Dec. 23 just south of the turnoff to the Port Hardy airport.

CEO of the Aboriginal Tourism Association of BC guest speaker

The new Chief Executive Officer of the Aboriginal Tourism Association of B.C. will be a guest speaker at the North Island Tourism Forum.

Port Hardy RCMP still investigating

The Port Hardy RCMP are still investigating the previously reported broken window incident.

No gunshots fired at school

Contrary to social media reports, no gunshots were fired at a school in Port Hardy.

Record high Christmas Hamper Fund applications

Applications to the Gazette Christmas Hamper Fund are at a record high this year.

Fight against knotweed

The fight against knotweed began on the North Island this summer. $13,000 was spent on knotweed removal.

Broken Window Theory

The District of Port Hardy moves ahead with Broken Window Theory recommendations

Bears pay price for in-town garbage and fruit buffets

From Jan 1. to Nov. 2, 30 black bears have been destroyed in Tri-Port area

Ray and Tammy Bono win big

Locals win lottery

Tri-Port locals Ray and Tammy Bono win big off a Set For Life ticket.

Ray and Tammy Bono win big

Witnesses needed for officer-involved shooting

IIO of BC is seeking additional witnesses to an officer-involved shooting

Garbage continues to create bear conflicts

Garbage and bears are creating conflict in Port Hardy this year

Locomotive 113 prepared for viewing display

Renovations are on the way for the nearly 100 year old train

Rachel Blaney (NDP)

Candidates take stage in Port McNeill

The candidates to represent the North Island and Powell River staked out their positions on various issues

Rachel Blaney (NDP)

Bantam hockey tourney begins Nov. 6

Port McNeill is hosting the event, at which each team will be guaranteed at least four games

Neucel looking at ways to reduce costs

The Port Alice pulp mill say it's "under curtailment," not permanently closed, and looking to reduce its "fixed costs"