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News Bulletin’s 2017 photos of the year

Some of our best photos of the year, as well as photos representing significant news stories of 2017

‘These children were the light of our lives’: Oak Bay gathers to honour sisters

Hundreds fill Willows park in ‘incredible show of support’ for sisters’ family

Meet Vancouver Island’s first baby

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

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Community marches for women's rights
No baby goes unhugged at NRGH
Photos from Jan. 13 car fire in Nanaimo
Negotiator called in to coax assault suspect out of North Oyster house

UPDATE: No arrests made in last week’s Nicol Street shooting

Shooting victim remains in hospital as Nanaimo RCMP continue to investigate violent home invasion

Vancouver Island bus company plans Nanaimo-Victoria service

Wilson’s Transportation intends to take over route from Greyhound Canada

City of Nanaimo won’t pursue legal action against mayor

Mayor Bill McKay suggests apology is in order

News Bulletin’s stories of the year for 2017

Ten topics we feel made an impact on Nanaimo readers

Update: Plows out, buses being re-routed due to snow

Environment Canada has revised its snowfall warning for Friday, Dec. 29

Influenza outbreak strikes two Nanaimo facilities

Island Health urges sick people not to visit long-term care, assisted-living facilities or hospitals

Nanaimo looks at providing showers for city’s homeless

City council voted to have staff report on options

New survey asks mid Island women about maternity care

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

Man seriously injured in shooting on Nicol Street

RCMP were called to a report of a home invasion with shots fired at about 2:30 a.m. Wednesday

More snow expected today in Nanaimo

Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement for the region

Nanaimo cop cleared of wrongdoing in 2016 shooting

Report says Nanaimo RCMP member acted within the law in fatal shooting of man with knife

Test your knowledge of B.C. news from 2017

How well do you know the events and news headlines of the past year?

Lantzville councillors approve financial plan

Potential property tax hike is partly due to legal budget increase

Crews battle house fire in neighbourhood behind Long Lake

Nanaimo Fire Rescue called to structure fire on Squirrel Lane

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

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