CHRIS BUSH/The News Bulletin Vancouver Island University students make their way down the steps at the Vancouver Island Conference Centre en route to the Port Theatre for convocation ceremonies this past June.

Nanaimo News Bulletin’s favourite photos of 2018

A selection of photographs that made the front page

Here are some of the photos that were front-page news in the Nanaimo News Bulletin during 2018. The photos were taken by Chris Bush, Karl Yu, Greg Sakaki, Nicholas Pescod and Tamara Cunningham. To see all our front pages from the year, click this link.

We’re always interested in seeing different perspectives of the community. If you have a photo you’d like to share, e-mail or visit our website and click ‘Submit tip or photo’ in the drop-down menu.

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