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Sean took over as publisher of the News Bulletin in 2017. For more than 20 years, he’s been an important contributor to the newspaper’s success, leading and participating in numerous community events.
Greg has worked for the News Bulletin since 2004 and was sports editor before becoming managing editor.
Karl is the education, court and regional district government reporter for the Nanaimo News Bulletin. He interned at Metro News Vancouver and has been with Black Press since 2010. He won a Canadian Community Newspaper Award in 2012 for Best Editorial Page (Grand Forks Gazette).
Nicholas joined the Nanaimo News Bulletin in December 2013. He covers the Lantzville area and other issues in the Nanaimo region. Born in Romania but raised primarily in Southern Ontario, he graduated from Centennial College’s journalism program in 2012.
Tamara grew up in Nanaimo and is happy to be back in the area as a senior reporter at Nanaimo News Bulletin, covering city hall, health and general news. She graduated from Thompson Rivers University in 2008 and has become an award-winning reporter, working at daily and weekly newspapers in B.C. and Alberta. She joined the News Bulletin in 2013.
Josef started working at the Nanaimo News Bulletin in 2017. Hailing from Richmond Hill, Ont., Josef studied journalism at the undergraduate level at the University of Toronto and holds a master of arts in journalism degree from the University of Western Ontario. Josef covered arts and culture in Lloydminster, Alta./Sask. and Prince Albert, Sask., before moving to Nanaimo. He is the 2016 Saskatchewan Lacrosse Association Media Person of the Year.
Chris has been with the Nanaimo News Bulletin since 1998. He is the News Bulletin’s lead photographer and has photographed and reported on spot news, business, technology, features, advertising, sports and just about anything else that gets tossed on his desk. Bush holds several provincial and national awards for spot and feature photography.
Darrell Summerfelt has been doing newspaper and ad layout since he was 18 in his home town of Sechelt. After moving to the Island with his family, he found work at the Nanaimo News Bulletin in 1993. Twenty years later, he became production supervisor. He is proud to be part of a team of such talented individuals.
Incident happened Wednesday morning at Turner Road and Uplands Drive
Optimus Grime and other new trucks will provide automated pickup to more homes starting in July
New technology for Nanaimo bus riders will allow for real-time tracking
Five artists will be adding more murals to the structure this summer
Dog also hurt in collision, which happened Wednesday morning
The Infants Act currently states children under 19 years old may consent to medical treatment on own
Council had months to set out priorities and objectives. They failed to do so, says letter writer