Tamara Cunningham

Nanaimo teen helping to tell transgender stories

Dover Bay grad John Fitzsimmons involved in Trans Tipping Point Project

Space found at NDSS for lacrosse academy hopefuls

Nanaimo high school able to accommodate out-of-catchment requests for 2018-19

COLUMN: As a new opportunity awaits, this is goodbye

I’ve enjoyed meeting so many inspiring people in this community

Wellness walk proposed for Nanaimo’s hospital area

City council has passed third reading of hospital area plan

Dragonboat teams head to the races

Nanaimo Save-On-Foods Dragonboat Festival is today through Sunday, July 6-8

New NDSS is back on the list of school district capital plan requests

Nanaimo-Ladysmith Public Schools pitches five-year capital plan, asking for expansion at 10 schools

Students say farewell as Rutherford Elementary closes

North Nanaimo school held farewell assembly on Thursday

Nanaimo high school students mark graduation milestone

More than 1,000 students graduate district-wide

Nanaimo school district stops out-of-catchment placements for elementary students

Decision not to accommodate out-of-catchment requests not taken lightly, superintendent says

Barsby launches sports mastery program

Mastery and Performance program now offered at John Barsby Secondary School

Tsawalk Learning Centre celebrates first high school graduates

The alternative education centre opened in Nanaimo in 2016

Nanaimo-Ladysmith school board to make decision on budget

Idea to nix deputy superintendent position scrapped

First robotics competition whirs into Nanaimo school district

Students put their robots to the task at event

Nanaimo celebrates National Indigenous Peoples Day

Event held Thursday at Maffeo Sutton Park

Cedar Elementary students bless totem poles

School celebrates National Indigenous Peoples Day with ceremony

Seaview Elementary a winner in Canada-wide plastic bag challenge

Lantzville students collected almost 6,000 bags and were the B.C. winners in national contest

Nanaimo woman graduates high school at age 92

Joan Deebank is the oldest high school graduate ever in B.C., as far as the ministry can confirm

BEST & BRIGHTEST: Student finds balance between local and global thinking

Colton Van Der Minne of NDSS already learning at next level

BEST & BRIGHTEST: Student is definitely graduating in style

Wellington Secondary grad Hailey Urbanoski happy to help others with her design sense

BEST & BRIGHTEST: Grad will embrace, at a run, what’s next

Barsby’s Hope Stewart has learned lessons on the track that will keep serving her well