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Teachers walk as talks fail

Teachers on the picket lines Tuesday in a full-scale strike as talks fail to resolve bargaining dispute.

Students protest disruption

About 30 NISS students walked out last Wednesday to picket in protest of the series of rotating strikes and corresponding lockout.

Port McNeill SAR team on the crest of a wave

Local Royal Canadian Marine Search and Rescue unit takes possession of new rescue craft.

U’mista unveils St. Michael’s exhibit

Exhibit combines photographs by a St. Michael’s student in the late 1930s with stories from residential school survivors.

Teachers back to work, but strikes to continue

North Vancouver Island public school teachers scheduled for one-day walkout June 6 as part of BCTF's rotating strike schedule.

Elephant seal hauls out in Port Hardy

PORT HARDY-DFO officials urge public to give animal its space during catastrophic moult

McNeill Council votes self a raise

Council unanimously approved a pay raise for itself and the mayor that brings Port McNeill in line with similar communities.

Abernethy cleans up in the mud

Jason Abernethy claims a pair of class victories in Saturday's Vancouver Island Motocross Series event at Seven Mile Motocross Track.

Teachers to strike Monday

Vancouver Island North Teachers prepare for a one-day strike Monday, May 26, after BCTF rejects contract offer.

Hillbillys blank Rangers in opener

North Vancouver Island Baseball League opens for a new season.

Economic development on the table

Zethof Consulting Group facilitates an economic planning workshop in Port McNeill.

Port Hardy health centre breaks ground

Ceremonial ground-breaking event signals beginning of clinic build.

Port McNeill deficit questioned

Residential tax rates are set to tick slightly upward this year in Port McNeill.

Islanders strike back at CCCU

Island communities to take credit union fight to the members.

Residents strike back with credit union resolution

Members threatened with branch closures seek vote of full membership to overturn board decision

Alert Bay, Sointula fight credit union closures

Coastal Community Credit Union announces July 5 closures, citing branches as no longer "financially viable."

Forest contains more value than trees

PORT McNEILL-Speaker's Corner guest shares market potential of non-timber forest products.

McNeill rink falls in epic final

Broughton Curling Club earns rave reviews as hosts and as competitors in the North Island Zone club championships.

‘Status quo’ budget for Port McNeill

Council gave first and second readings Monday to a 2014 draft budget bylaw that will largely hold the line.

Marine Harvest seeks elusive panda

Marine Harvest in effort to secure a coveted certification from the greenest of environmental stewardship organizations.