Melissa Fryer

Calling it a career after 15 years

I hadn’t planned to write a goodbye column

Nanaimo doctors invite residents out for a walk

Annual Walk With Your Doc event promotes activity

Riding boundaries aren’t always logical

The Electoral Boundaries Commission should find a way to unite areas in a more logical way

Last day to vote in Best of the City

New categories added to annual survey of Nanaimo

Editor’s Weekly Highlights April 16

Managing editor Melissa Fryer highlights stories from Nanaimo News Bulletin

Waterfront vision might take time

Voices are calling for a Granville Island-like development on the waterfront

Editor’s Weekly Highlights (April 2)

Managing editor Melissa Fryer highlights stories in this week’s News Bulletin

Video: Weekly highlights from Nanaimo News Bulletin

Melissa Fryer, News Bulletin managing editor, highlights stories from the past week

VIDEO: Nanaimo News Bulletin launches new website

News Bulletin managing editor Melissa Fryer takes readers on a tour of the paper’s new website

It’s high time for footwear freedom

A private member’s bill was introduced last week in the B.C. legislature to to make it illegal for employers to mandate high heels.

Taxpayers’ federation doubts costs of Nanaimo’s proposed events centre

NANAIMO – Jordan Bateman was keynote speaker at No Vote 2017's forum Thursday.

Speakers help encourage women to be courageous

NANAIMO – International Women's Day event features women sharing their stories.

VIDEO: Nanaimo scores with Hometown Hockey event

NANAIMO – Thousands of people crowd into Maffeo Sutton Park for nationwide broadcast.

Secret ingredient: Les 7 Doigts performs in Nanaimo

NANAIMO – Circus troupe performs its fusion of dance and food with Cuisine and Confessions at the Port Theatre.

Column: Doom and gloom generated the most clicks

NANAIMO – Managing editor Melissa Fryer compiles the Top 10 online news stories in 2016.

News Bulletin will publish one-time issue on Friday

NANAIMO – The News Bulletin's usual Thursday edition will hit Nanaimo doorstops on Friday, Dec. 23.

News Bulletin publisher retires after decades in newspapers

NANAIMO – Maurice Donn was at the helm of the News Bulletin for 10 years.

Community support needed for successful citizens

NANAIMO – Mid-island gives campaign hears from Michelle Stilwell, Parksville-Qualicum MLA and Paralympic gold medallist.

Coins for Kids fundraising drive kicks off

NANAIMO – Pleasant Valley Elementary School students raise money for annual coin drive.

History holds many stories still unwritten

Since last year, we’ve published stories on Nanaimo’s history, featuring stories and objects that are familiar to some and new to others.