Natalie North

Don’t think; don’t look down

Annual Drop Zone raises $140,000 for Easter Seals

Thawing permafrost to accelerate global warming, says UVic study

The vast Arctic “compost” is thawing, dumping billions of tonnes of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere

Manifestation of a dream

Rifflandia V brings big names, personal triumphs and Grimace tattoos

Saanich history tour highlights the Gorge

The Gorge was once Victoria’s playground, a place where folks would converge to take in the regattas and vaudeville shows

Spotlight on Victoria talent at TIFF

Filmmaker, actress debut at prestigious Toronto International Film Festival

Staying calm, confident and clear

B.C. Ambulance Service guide callers through every emergency

The last ice cream at Elk Lake

Longtime restaurant closes after Sunday; Victoria triathlon company buys property

Labour dispute on back burner for school year

The relationship between B.C. teachers and government remains on the mend, but a new teachers’ contract has put discord on temporary hiatus

A historian’s obsession with the Medal of Honor

Bart Armstrong has made it his mission to hunt down stories of long forgotten Canadians who received the U.S. Medal of Honor

Second chance given to towering tree at Ten Mile Point

Jeanette Funke-Furber stands under the canopy of a massive Douglas fir near the entrance to Ten Mile Point and chats with two cyclists.

Transit fine-tunes bus routes to UVic

More buses en route to busiest routes starting in September

Hookah regulations adrift in a haze

Vancouver Island's top doctor issues warning on smoking vegetable products as smoking lounges gain following in Victoria

Friends support young transplant recipient

This spring the News brought you the story of Evanne Fisher, the Colwood girl who had a heart transplant at just five weeks of age

Lessons from Earth orbit

Astronaut Julie Payette reflects on her work in space at UVic Monday

Better computers, big power savings for cash-strapped schools

Saanich School District overhauled its computer networks – one that has drastically reduced energy consumption and saved cash

Powering school on science and math

Victoria independent school first in Canada to adopt curriculum focused on science literacy

Reunion with first homeless brother leads to second homeless brother

In an odd twist, stories that helped Diane Marlatt reunite with her lost brother in Saanich help locate second lost brother in Toronto

Cedar Hill Golf Club hits 60

More than 180 golfers will tee off at 9 a.m. on Sunday (Aug. 12) to celebrate the Cedar Hill Golf Club’s 60th birthday.

Art in the garden at Glendale

Victoria landscape artist joins 60 others for show in Saanich