Year: 2015

Editorial: Open schools a worthy goal
School is back in session and certain parents around the city are taking on an extracurricular assignment – saving a school.

Staff Writer / December 31, 2015

One-of-a-kind trees being cut
There should have been no government licence given to cut these last-of-a-kind magnificent trees.

Wire Service / December 31, 2015

COLIN P. COOK
COOK, Colin P.COOK, Colin P., 59, of Nanaimo, BC passed away at…

Wire Service / December 31, 2015

CRAIG SANDVIK
Craig SandvikIt is with great sadness we announce the passing of Craig…

Wire Service / December 31, 2015

KARL ERNST SEIDEL
SEIDEL, Karl ErnstNovember 1, 1940 - December 31, 2015It is with profound…

Wire Service / December 31, 2015

Beefs & Bouquets, Dec. 31
To submit a beef or a bouquet to the Nanaimo News Bulletin, please e-mail bulletinboard@nanaimobulletin.com.

Wire Service / December 31, 2015

Gabriola Players host auditions
NANAIMO - The Gabriola Players are celebrating the centenary of women's rights with its upcoming play.

Staff Writer / December 30, 2015

Building demolition
NANAIMO – Structure damaged by fire in 2014 torn down.

Staff Writer / December 30, 2015

Richard Gray
During his 91-year-long life Dick lived and worked on three continents. He…

Wire Service / December 30, 2015

AMBER SIGMUND
In Loving MemoryAmber SigmundNov. 23, 1978 ~ Dec. 30, 2015In memory of…

Wire Service / December 30, 2015

T-men make trades
The city’s senior A Western Lacrosse Association club announced this week the acquisition of forwards Corey Shires and Casey Jackson.

Staff Writer / December 30, 2015

Surgery waits should depend on urgency
The present health care system we have in effect is failing us big time. There is no sense of urgency in the system.

Wire Service / December 30, 2015

Clippers get back at it after break
Going into a game tonight (Dec. 30) against the Cowichan Valley Capitals, played after press time, Nanaimo has won 12 out of 14.

Greg Sakaki / December 30, 2015