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  • The Christmas Eve fire that almost destroyed Ladysmith

    As the last of the Christmas shoppers hurried home on December 24, 1973 someone noticed the flickering light of what appeared to be a fire in one of the local …

  • The Galápagos Islands, the hard way

    Looking for a little adventure in your life? Cedar residents Andrew and Janet Gunson have found it by exploring the world in their 44’ sailing ketch the Maiatla II.

    By …

  • New discovery shakes up our understanding of lichens

    We are used to seeing lichens in a variety of forms and habitats, ranging from long stringy species living on branches of trees where they may resemble moss, to …

  • Ground Search and Rescue

    By MARINA SACHT

    Recently Ladysmith Search and Rescue (LSAR) volunteers were recognized by the RCMP for their search and rescue of a 66-year-old woman who went missing in …

  • Derelict vessel removed from harbour

    It was a very long time coming, but an abandoned vessel that was a potential environmental disaster in Ladysmith Harbour for is gone.

    “I am so glad I could help …

  • Visitor numbers up

    The streets of Ladysmith seemed busier than ever this summer. The Ladysmith Visitors Centre agrees. We have had a major increase in tourism. For the summer months of June, July …

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