We’ve presented our story of the year and we’ll be publishing other year-in-review articles tomorrow. In the meantime, here’s another way to look back on the year that was: the Beefs of the Year.
Some of our favourite content in the News Bulletin each week is submitted by our readers. Beefs & Bouquets is a popular feature appearing every Thursday, both print and online. We encourage anyone to submit beefs and bouquets to email@example.com.
Here are the 2018 Beefs of the Year:
Beef of the Week: To the TV station for bumping Coronation Street to the daytime during the Olympics. Some of us longtime fans will miss what is happening on the show… https://t.co/AJfqJaGgB2 #CoronationStreet pic.twitter.com/FurF9k2bys
— Beef of the Week (@BeefsBouquets) February 15, 2018
Beef of the Week: How to repay a kind woman’s gesture: put down her appearance, then speed away in your white car. Hope you stayed in bed during Pink Shirt Day, lady… https://t.co/Q3aQzxFT99 #Nanaimo pic.twitter.com/razCURHXl3
— Beef of the Week (@BeefsBouquets) March 22, 2018
— Beef of the Week (@BeefsBouquets) February 8, 2018
Beef of the Week: To the woman sitting in her car behind the north-end mall. I fell and broke my collar bone. You were rude and drove off, never even asking if I was OK… https://t.co/FhDjbk3MiT #Nanaimo pic.twitter.com/S8Y06DE7hx
— Beef of the Week (@BeefsBouquets) May 3, 2018
Beef of the Week: To the hooligans in the black diesel truck who threw their half full can of twisted iced tea out the window as you sped by, which hit our dog as we were walking him along Northfield Road… https://t.co/VwTKnADTcN #Nanaimo pic.twitter.com/8wrPwqKmzj
— Beef of the Week (@BeefsBouquets) September 7, 2018
Beef of the Week: To the man in the red car at Neck Point Park. You accused me of ‘stealing’ seaweed. Please refer to the government of B.C.’s aquatic plant harvesting and personal use regulations… https://t.co/2JhKlcfjM3 pic.twitter.com/LGDzXpqEJt
— Beef of the Week (@BeefsBouquets) October 11, 2018
Beef of the Week: To the individual(s) who are keeping beehives in north Nanaimo. Although honeybees are beneficial to the environment, their droppings constantly cover the windows of the neighbourhood making it impossible to keep our windows clean… https://t.co/76TvFDHub0 pic.twitter.com/LNBurcVtgD
— Beef of the Week (@BeefsBouquets) October 20, 2018
— Beef of the Week (@BeefsBouquets) February 1, 2018
— Beef of the Week (@BeefsBouquets) March 29, 2018
Beef of the Week: To management of an apartment complex in central Nanaimo. There are two large pythons here and tenants were told in the past that they were gone but one came into our apartment… https://t.co/mXnU7cXADa #Nanaimo pic.twitter.com/28HbEzqZJA
— Beef of the Week (@BeefsBouquets) August 9, 2018
To see the 2017 Beefs of the Year, click this link.