Karl Yu

First responders were on scene of a motor vehicle incident and confrontation on Wallace Street in Nanaimo the morning of April 10. (Karl Yu/News Bulletin)

Youth arrested after car crash in Nanaimo

Ford pickup sustained rear driver’s-side damage in crash near Nanaimo’s Old City Quarter

First responders were on scene of a motor vehicle incident and confrontation on Wallace Street in Nanaimo the morning of April 10. (Karl Yu/News Bulletin)
Imogene Lim, a Vancouver Island University anthropology professor, has received a Province of B.C. Medal of Good Citizenship. (Black Press file)

VIU anthropology professor receives B.C. Good Citizenship medal

Imogene Lim’s work includes advocacy for establishing Chinese heritage sites

Imogene Lim, a Vancouver Island University anthropology professor, has received a Province of B.C. Medal of Good Citizenship. (Black Press file)
A sign at Nanaimo Ladysmith Public Schools’ administration office. (News Bulletin file)

New mask rules should have been implemented earlier, says Nanaimo teachers’ union

Grade 4-12 students now mandated to wear masks indoors, even when at their desks

A sign at Nanaimo Ladysmith Public Schools’ administration office. (News Bulletin file)
Nanaimo Airport. (News Bulletin file)

Nanaimo Airport receives $720,000 COVID-19 relief lifeline from B.C. government

Money meant to support airport from April to March 2022

Nanaimo Airport. (News Bulletin file)
Nanaimo firefighters rescue a dog from the Abyss crevice on Tuesday morning. (Karl Yu/News Bulletin)

Firefighters rescue another dog that fell into Nanaimo’s Abyss crevice

Crews harnessed and pulled up poodle that had fallen about three metres

Nanaimo firefighters rescue a dog from the Abyss crevice on Tuesday morning. (Karl Yu/News Bulletin)
It’s birthing season for raccoons, and homeowners may want to make sure their attics are well-sealed. (News Bulletin file)

Springtime means raccoons will try again to get into homes in Nanaimo

Birthing season happening between March and May

It’s birthing season for raccoons, and homeowners may want to make sure their attics are well-sealed. (News Bulletin file)
Joe Wittkofski, left, a volunteer at Eden Gardens dementia care home in Nanaimo, has received recognition for his work from the Health Employers Association of B.C. He is pictured here with Tony Woods, Eden Gardens’ cook of 40 years. (Karl Yu/News Bulletin)

Volunteer wins provincial award for chronicling life at Nanaimo dementia care home

Joe Wittkofski recognized by Health Employers Association of B.C.

Joe Wittkofski, left, a volunteer at Eden Gardens dementia care home in Nanaimo, has received recognition for his work from the Health Employers Association of B.C. He is pictured here with Tony Woods, Eden Gardens’ cook of 40 years. (Karl Yu/News Bulletin)
(News Bulletin file)

Nanaimo residents creating more waste during COVID-19 pandemic

COVID-19 fears may be causing people to throw away more recyclables in Nanaimo, says NRE exec

(News Bulletin file)
Peter Sinclair, Loaves and Fishes Community Food Bank executive director, on land the non-profit is in the process of purchasing on East Wellington Road in Nanaimo. (Karl Yu/News Bulletin)

Loaves and Fishes food bank sets sights on land on East Wellington Road in Nanaimo

Nanaimo non-profit has outgrown Fry Street Warehouse

Peter Sinclair, Loaves and Fishes Community Food Bank executive director, on land the non-profit is in the process of purchasing on East Wellington Road in Nanaimo. (Karl Yu/News Bulletin)
Nanaimo Regional General Hospital. (News Bulletin file)

RDN asked to support plan for expanded services at Nanaimo hospital

RDN expected to ask province to commit to plan for patient tower, cardiac services and cancer centre

Nanaimo Regional General Hospital. (News Bulletin file)
Sharan Sidhu, science officer and general manager Numinus Bioscience, with a sample of magic mushrooms cultivated by the company. (Karl Yu/News Bulletin)

Lab expansion project in Nanaimo to aid magic mushroom, psychedelics research

Numinus announces plans for 7,500-square-foot expansion to south Nanaimo facility

Sharan Sidhu, science officer and general manager Numinus Bioscience, with a sample of magic mushrooms cultivated by the company. (Karl Yu/News Bulletin)
Nanaimo Ladysmith Public Schools’ administration centre boardroom features Hul’q’umi’num’ phrases and Indigenous art. (News Bulletin file)

Nanaimo school district finding new ways to expand Indigenous language instruction

SD68 trustees updated on Hul’q’umi’num’ language learning

Nanaimo Ladysmith Public Schools’ administration centre boardroom features Hul’q’umi’num’ phrases and Indigenous art. (News Bulletin file)
Teacher Chad Jobe, sixth from left, and students Cameron Schindler, left, River Neilson, Aiyana Fraser, Ella Roberts, Annabelle Johnnie, Mike Tran, Tobias Gillman and Zach Spoor-Hendrickson show art pieces they’ve created. (Karl Yu/News Bulletin)
Teacher Chad Jobe, sixth from left, and students Cameron Schindler, left, River Neilson, Aiyana Fraser, Ella Roberts, Annabelle Johnnie, Mike Tran, Tobias Gillman and Zach Spoor-Hendrickson show art pieces they’ve created. (Karl Yu/News Bulletin)
Brechin Elementary School. (News Bulletin file)

COVID-19 cases reported at Brechin Elementary School

Exposure dates at Nanaimo-Ladysmith district school March 4, 5, 8, 9, 10 and 12

Brechin Elementary School. (News Bulletin file)
Nanaimo Ladysmith Public Schools’ board has been named as one of the defendants in a notice of civil claim related to an alleged 2016 bullying incident. (Cliff MacArthur/provincialcourt.bc.ca)

Nanaimo-Ladysmith school board being sued over alleged bullying at high school

Civil case advanced through the court system Thursday, goes to trial in September

Nanaimo Ladysmith Public Schools’ board has been named as one of the defendants in a notice of civil claim related to an alleged 2016 bullying incident. (Cliff MacArthur/provincialcourt.bc.ca)
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Nanaimo-Ladysmith trustees vote against Grade 6-7 mask mandate

Island Health medical health officer discusses issues with trustees at March 10 meeting

(News Bulletin file)
Last July, the B.C. government announced Childcare B.C. New Spaces Fund money for 406 child care spaces at Nanaimo-Ladysmith school district facilities. (Stock photo)

Nanaimo school district figuring out how to provide promised child-care spaces

Province funding 400 new child-care spaces located at public schools

Last July, the B.C. government announced Childcare B.C. New Spaces Fund money for 406 child care spaces at Nanaimo-Ladysmith school district facilities. (Stock photo)
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Nanaimo school district headed toward 26-per cent overcapacity in next 10 years

Using B.C. Assessment and municipal stats, consultant projects more than 18,300 students in 2030

(News Bulletin file photo)
Nanaimo Ladysmith Public Schools’ business committee is recommending busing for the Rutherford and Frank J. Ney elementary school area be retained. (News Bulletin file)

Nanaimo school trustees vote against cutting Rutherford-Frank J. Ney bus route

Staff report points to yearly transportation budget deficits

Nanaimo Ladysmith Public Schools’ business committee is recommending busing for the Rutherford and Frank J. Ney elementary school area be retained. (News Bulletin file)
The Regional District of Nanaimo’s board is forwarding a motion on illegal dumping to the Association of Vancouver Island and Coastal Communities’ upcoming annual general meeting. (Kane Blake photo)

Regional District of Nanaimo motion seeks to ask province for help to combat illegal dumping

RDN resolution to be forwarded to Association of Vancouver Island and Coastal Communities

The Regional District of Nanaimo’s board is forwarding a motion on illegal dumping to the Association of Vancouver Island and Coastal Communities’ upcoming annual general meeting. (Kane Blake photo)