Tyson Whitney

Tri-Port Midget Wild kick off season with gold medal performance at Nanaimo tournament

Chalk up another gold medal performance for the Tri-Port Midget Wild.

North Island Peewee Eagles shutout Comox Valley Chiefs at home

The North Island Peewee Eagles took no prisoners at the Chilton Regional…

Nanaimo Clippers ‘clip’ North Island Atom Eagles’ wings on the road

The Nanaimo Clippers defeated the North Island Atom Eagles 6-4 on Saturday in Port McNeill.

North Island Seniors Housing Foundation requests land from Port Hardy Council

“The foundation members will be coming to council with more information at a future date.”

North Island Peewee Eagles bring home silver medals from Thanksgiving tourney

With the game tied 5-5, the Eagles came up just short in a shootout.

Letter to the editor: Former firefighter upset with treatment from Town of Port McNeill

“The time has come to pay the firefighters for their efforts.”

A Brush with Henschel: UH – OH !

“When I am painting on or near one of these islets, there is a good view of many of these routes.”

Mindfulness workshop to be held at the A-Frame Church

The Mindfulness Workshop will be held Saturday, Oct. 13, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Dr. Diane Morrison appointed Managing Director for Marine Harvest Canada West

Dr. Morrison will begin her new role within Marine Harvest immediately.

Tyson’s Thoughts: It’s national newspaper week!

The North Island Gazette is where the stories officially start.

North Island Bantam Eagles show off firepower, blast Islanders and Chiefs with both barrels

“I thought the boys played our best full game so far.”

Green thumbs run in Kirstin Baron’s family tree

By 2017, Green Baron Landscaping was so busy Baron started hiring employees.

North Island Bantam Eagles ice Powell River Regals at home

The Eagles managed to find the back of the Regals’ net nine different times.

Red Apple holds grand opening ceremony in Port Hardy

“Our stores are filled with all of the brands that our Customers want”

Roberts named as a player of promise for Buccaneers

Nanaimo News Bulletin Editor Greg Sakaki named North Island local Tanner Roberts…

Am I the first local editor of the North Island Gazette?

“I’ve been here close to three years now and I’m proud of what I’ve accomplished for this company.”

Port Hardy councillors butt heads over wage increase

Mayor’s wage in 2019 will be $27,267 and councillors will be 50 per cent of the mayor’s wage.

North Island Midget Eagles bit by Alberni Valley Bulldogs, hammer Nanaimo Clippers

It was a bit of an up and down rollercoaster ride of a weekend for the North Island Midget Eagles.

Fishin’ Corner: Stand up for your fishing rights

“Don’t give in to DFO and their quota bureaucracy that the fish belong to everyone.”

North Island Tour De Rock rider Benjamin Leah leads team to Port Hardy

“You don’t have issues and problems when you look at these kids and how much they’re going through.”