Nick Murray

New photos help identify mystery creature found on Peninsula beach

Photos have emerged of the creature when it was first washed ashore

Brazilian JiuJitsu fighters unlock warrior code at Van Isle Open

250 competitors across adult and kids’ divisions, some international players

Central Saanich police respond to variety of crimes in May, from murder to mischief

Police responded to 29 traffic complaints, fraud, assault and theft

Seeds of dissent growing on Peninsula farms

Some farmers question CRD consultants’ report and disagree with aim to support first-time growers

Vancouver Island FC a magnet for women’s soccer talent

New club kicked off season with a win over league champions

Work BC Sidney helping clients bowl over competition and strike a new job

Centre say they are like bowling lane bumpers, directing people towards their goal

Workers in ‘precarious employment’ a problem, Sidney’s WorkBC Centre say they can help

Centre offers skills training, resume help and career advice for people in unstable jobs

Pacific FC soccer star to train with Canada national team

Noah Verhoeven, a 19 year-old midfielder earns big opportunity

Companies use employee morale monitoring tools to boost happiness and performance

2017 poll shows 85 per cent ‘not engaged or actively disengaged at work’

Buttercup the octopus brings in World Oceans Week at Shaw Centre for the Salish Sea

Octopus education and more continues at Fisherman’s Wharf this weekend

A look behind the blue veil; Central Saanich cops host community

Robot demos, kids trying on uniforms and checking-out the cruisers at police open day

Province calls on Islanders to conserve water immediately

Some streams approaching critical levels, threatening salmon and fish

Forged in fire: D-Day remembered by 99-year-old navy commander

Cmdr. Peter Chance remembers ‘intense, exciting’ days and an unlikely friendship

Abstract Realism show in Sidney a hit, runs until Thursday

Dana Craft and William Watt showing 22 landscape paintings in ArtSea gallery

Lend your voice to audio project about the ‘Greatest Generation’

Commonwealth War Graves Commission offers audio archive to public, seeks new voice submissions

US principal plagiarizes Ashton Kutcher’s Teen Choice Awards speech for graduation address

West Virginia principal offers apology on school’s Facebook page

Phillips Backyard Weekender announces line-up of dance, reggae, dream-pop and hip-hop

17 acts, including local favourites, set to perform across three days

Farming, climate change top new North Saanich councillor’s agenda

Patricia Pearson supports plastic bag ban, youth activism and more Peninsula co-operation

Duck, duck, loose – how to help ducks stay safe on our roads

Why did the duck cross the road? To reach the nearest available water source, says SPCA