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NANAIMO – The Mount Benson Regional Park is now officially accessible through a trail at Witchcraft Lake.
NANAIMO – Budget discussions have begun at the Regional District of Nanaimo, where staff and board directors strive to keep the status quo
NANAIMO – Health officials are reminding parents to ensure their children are vaccinated after an outbreak of pertussis affects 14.
NANAIMO – More than 400 people amassed at Maffeo Sutton Park in support of the nationwide movement
NANAIMO – Regional board directors have approved amendments to the bylaw that will increase collection from $134 to $147.75 in 2013
NANAIMO – The nighttime sniffling, sneezing, coughing, aching, stuffy head fever so you can't rest season is upon us.
NANAIMO – The Vancouver Island Regional Library is looking to borrow $9.5 million through the RDN to purchase and renovate downtown branch
NANAIMO – VanIsle Fiddlers focuses on traditional folk and contemporary fiddle music.
NANAIMO – The Nanaimo Area Land Trust hopes to restore crucial funding provided by the Regional District of Nanaimo.
NANAIMO - Parents at Park Avenue Community School hope to raise $20,000 by the end of the school year for playground equipment
Nanaimo SPCA tree-chipping fundraiser nets more than $3,000
NANAIMO – Following the success of rallies in Ladysmith and Woodgrove Mall, an Idle No More protest will take place Jan. 12 at Maffeo Sutton
NANAIMO – Clark-Strueby family first local couple to welcome child in 2013 at Nanaimo Regional General Hospital.
NANAIMO – Gabriola's community radio society can start training announcers thanks to a Community Radio Fund of Canada grant.
NANAIMO – Residents are ready to ring in the new year after a tumultuous 2012.
NANAIMO - The Bulletin takes a look back at the consequences of failed contract negotiations between the B.C.'s teachers and the province.
NANAIMO - The Port Theatre Society board is suspending its Spotlight Series and working on implementing a fresh focus
NANAIMO - New regulations proposed by Health Canada will take away authorization for medical marijuana patients to grow at home
NANAIMO – 53rd Annual Polar Bear swim takes place Dec. 26 with a cast of colourful participants, including 97-year-old Jim Rutherford
NANAIMO – John Howard Society is seeking donations of books to help support the families of incarcerated fathers.