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NANAIMO – At age 17, Kennedy Baker has already overcome some life-altering challenges – and moved on to support others.
A group of parents concerned about the proposed closure of North Oyster Elementary School are holding a community meeting Thursday (May 30).
NANAIMO – School trustees gave the official stamp of approval to a major land exchange deal with city.
NANAIMO – The May flowers and showers signal the start of another vegetable gardening season in the Harbour City.
NANAIMO - Nanaimo News Bulletin celebrates its 25th anniversary in publishing
NANAIMO – Parents, students and school district employees concerned about proposed school closures walked from Ladysmith to Nanaimo .
NANAIMO – Upcoming projects help school district reduce energy costs.
The two-month public consultation process on Nanaimo school district's proposed 10-year facilities plan is nearing the halfway marker.
NANAIMO – There is an order and a calmness about Marcy Boudreau's Grade 1 classroom at Uplands Park Elementary School.
A new purchasing system has paid off for Nanaimo school district to the tune of thousands of dollars in rebates over the past four years.
Nanaimo school district officials have selected a construction manager to oversee seismic renovations at Wellington Secondary School.
Nanaimo school district could end the year with more money in the bank than expected.
NANAIMO – Parents concerned about proposed school closures in Nanaimo school district are banding together to oppose the move.
NANAIMO – Jacob Burnley one of three students selected to represent Canada at the National Geographic World Geography Championships.
NANAIMO – Hands-on, project-based learning and the establishment of a centralized trades academy in Nanaimo part of long-term vision.
NANAIMO –Students at two secondary schools working on school beautification projects.
NANAIMO – Warmer weather means an increase in fires from carelessly discarded cigarette butts.
NANAIMO – After health care, education is the second largest budget item for the provincial government.
NANAIMO – Many topics discussed at Wednesday evening's all-candidates meeting.
NANAIMO – School district looks for revenue from Serauxmen Stadium.