Brian Kieran

Sunken logging camp spoils Zeballos Inlet

Before it sank last September the floating camp was tied up near a booming ground

2012 taxpayers paid dearly while city hall smoldered

Campbell River Mayor Walter Jakeway boldly declared that there would be no property tax hikes for homeowners

Budget making…a perilous game of Sudoku

The mathematical machinations that will unfold over the next seven weeks will be akin to a perilous game of Sudoku

Joyce gets her ramp

Senior also awarded $15,000 by human rights tribunal

New hospital 2013 site prep on track

An RFP for the actual construction and operation of the two hospitals will be issued early in 2013

Province’s fish farmers seek certainty in the year ahead

BCSFA says in order for the industry to move forward in Canada it needs a solid piece of aquaculture-specific legislation

John Hart Dam upgrade approvals coming soon

BC Hydro looks to get the official project green light by spring

Homeowners should benefit from construction boom

Major projects contractors are not building construction camps and that translates into rental opportunities

Speed out of control kills city woman

A 35-year-old Campbell River woman has died from injuries

Elk Falls developer says he is still a player

Edmonton developer Harold Jahn says he needs until Dec. 31 to complete the $8.6 million deal to purchase the Catalyst pulp mill

Uganda will change these students forever

A group of 12 Campbell River Christian School (CRCS) students are raising money for a mission

Crime rate drops in the River City

The volume and severity of crime in Campbell River has continued to show improvement during 2012

Getaway vehicle won’t start

Two prolific offenders behind bars this week because their stolen getaway vehicle wouldn’t start

Elk Falls mill sale to developer collapses

Four deadlines for the sale of the 400-acre property were missed

Duncan wants to meet with striking hunger chief

Aboriginal Affairs Minister John Duncan says he has offered to meet with Attawapiskat’s hunger striking Chief Theresa Spense

Missing fish investigated better than missing women

Father of Pickton victim unimpressed with Oppal inquiry

‘Sanding’ turns highway into rocky road

Last Friday morning Al Pelletier was driving down Jubilee Parkway to connect to the lower highway

The vandal taggers have been TAAGed

Timberline Secondary students flying under the banner Take Action Against Graffiti have come to the rescue of a Willow Point businessman

Robo call case is about our rights

Voter suppression "robo call" trial affects voters here in the North Island riding

A priceless pair of copper magnets

It wouldn’t seem like Christmas at the Mirror if we didn’t get a visit from Austin Morgan and his pal Gurjot Mann