Tamara Cunningham

Timeless Tales: hospitals have helped keep community in good health

Nanaimo Regional General Hospital opened in 1963

Nanaimo’s child poverty rate rose to 24.6 per cent in 2016 says report

The 2017 State of the Child report was released Friday

Snuneymuxw chief suspended by his council

Chief John Wesley suspended as First Nation gets ready to head to the polls

Nanaimo man honoured for maritime excellence

Longtime boat builder gets SS Beaver award from Maritime Museum of B.C.

Snuneymuxw ready to break ground on new Cedar health centre

An expanded health centre could provide service to the general public

Report says Nanaimo hospital ‘failing significantly’ in managing people

Island Health official calls report very damaging and damning

Nanaimo students get lessons in remembrance

Chase River Elementary to hold a Remembrance Day ceremony with music, wreaths and banners

Nanaimo students seek used eyeglasses for charity

Third World Eye Care Society gives eyeglasses, exams to people in developing countries

School enrolment on the rise in Nanaimo

Nanaimo school district releases student numbers, trends

Parent raises awareness about seismic risk of Cilaire Elementary

Three Nanaimo elementaries await government funding for seismic upgrades

Nanaimo school district trustees explore next steps on reconciliation

Speaking with First Nations partners about reconciliation common theme in discussion

Nanaimo Hatchery hosts Spawning Day fundraiser

Adopt a fish, eat salmon barbeque and watch spawning salmon at the annual event

Online farmers market launched for Nanaimo region

Local honey, produce, herbs and beans delivered to the doorstep

VIEA proposes action to address youth poverty

Poverty at heart of position paper and State of the Island Economic Summit session

Nanaimo Port Authority wants to listen and learn

Ewan Moir, president and CEO, plans to meet with city, Nanaimo Marina Association and Snuneymuxw

Island Ferries bids for Vancouver berth

TransLink expects to negotiate with successful party or parties in December

Vision and leadership needed to advance clean technology on the Island

Panelists talk clean tech during the State of the Island Economic Summit in Nanaimo

Halloween spectacles raise scares and donations

Nanaimo properties set up haunted houses

Nanaimo teacher reprimanded for professional misconduct

Reprimand not the first for Matthew Norman Lettington

Nanaimo non-profit plans to build affordable seniors’ housing

Nanaimo Affordable Housing Society seeks development permit for 150-unit project