Tamara Cunningham

New campaign combats stigma about dementia

Four years after Alzheimer’s diagnosis, Barbara Haines is ‘quite happy’

School bus route changes considered in Nanaimo, Ladysmith

First bus route review released by Nanaimo school district

City council considers aid for advocacy group

Nanaimo Citizen Advocacy Association asks city council for $10K

Mediators appointed to help address issues in IHealth review

B.C. health minister appoints Jane Morley and Jean Greatbatch as mediators

Nanaimo marches for women’s rights

Nanaimo Women March On happens Saturday, Jan. 20

Nanaimo hospital program ensures babies get enough hugs

Huggies’ No Baby Unhugged program has launched at Nanaimo Regional General Hospital

UPDATE: Report finds ‘deep mismanagement’ of IHealth project

Minister of Health Adrian Dix was at Nanaimo Regional General Hospital discussing IHealth review

Flu outbreak hits NRGH

Nanaimo hospital is over capacity and seeing higher volumes of people coming into emergency room

Nanaimo resident plans to buy nothing during ‘apocalypse month’

Donna Lee Criss plans to use what’s already in her home during month-long challenge

Advocacy association faces cash crisis

Nanaimo Citizen Advocacy Association seeks city grant and donations

Superintendent looks ahead to 2018 projects

Nanaimo school superintendent John Blain heads into last few months on the job

Lantzville dominates list of area’s highest-valued residential properties

Increases coming in this year’s property assessments

Meet Vancouver Island’s first baby

Chase Luca Taylor is the first baby of 2018 for Nanaimo and Vancouver Island

New survey asks mid Island women about maternity care

Nanaimo Division of Family Practice conducts survey as part of greater provincial initiative

Students in ‘crazy socks’ warm toes with donation

Aspengrove students donate hundreds of pairs of socks to Nanaimo 7-10 Club

New RCMP position a response to a rise in mental health calls

Cpl. Brigitte Goguen is the detachment’s mental health liaison officer

Heightened security at NDSS after threat found

Second Nanaimo school to get threat in week

Garbage rates increasing by greater percentage than reported

Garbage rates to rise 40 per cent next year for Nanaimo residents

Nanaimo school district taking initial steps to reconciliation

Shift underway to bring culture and indigenous ways of knowing into schools

Nanaimo school district aims for consistency in sexual health education

School district presents its vision for sexual health education