YEAR 2018

In 2018, the article that had the most readership online was ‘Person dies after fall from VIU building,’ published Nov. 5. NEWS BULLETIN file photo

Top 10 most-clicked news stories of 2018

The News Bulletin’s most-read articles posted on www.nanaimobulletin.com this past year

 

VIDEOS: B.C.’s top local news stories of 2018

VIDEOS: B.C.’s top local news stories of 2018

Black Press Media’s year in review, with our top stories as submitted by our editors

 

Keri Coles reads hate mail aimed at her. (Arnold Lim/Black Press)

VIDEO: Black Press Media journalists read hate mail

We share the best of the worst tirades in 2018

 

2018 Beefs of the Year

2018 Beefs of the Year

To submit a beef or a bouquet to the Nanaimo News Bulletin, e-mail bulletinboard@nanaimobulletin.com

2018 Beefs of the Year
A provincial court hearing date has been scheduled for a case involving former city manager Tracy Samra. (City of Nanaimo photo/file)

Year in review: City manager, chief financial officer were fired

Courts called upon to untangle upper management troubles

A provincial court hearing date has been scheduled for a case involving former city manager Tracy Samra. (City of Nanaimo photo/file)
Leonard Krog makes a speech at the Vancouver Island Conference Centre on election night. CHRIS BUSH/The NEWS BULLETIN

Year in review: Nanaimo voters elected new mayor, council

Municipal election had impacts on provincial, federal politics, too

Leonard Krog makes a speech at the Vancouver Island Conference Centre on election night. CHRIS BUSH/The NEWS BULLETIN
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

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.
Wacky stories from across B.C. you might have missed in 2018

Wacky stories from across B.C. you might have missed in 2018

A singing secretary, butter thieves and a dog being banned from the park for being a dog are just a few

Wacky stories from across B.C. you might have missed in 2018
Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir of Canada celebrate during the venue ceremony after winning the ice dance, free dance figure skating final in the Gangneung Ice Arena at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Gangneung, South Korea, Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2018. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)

Ice dancers Tessa Virtue, Scott Moir named team of the year

Just one YouTube video of the pair’s Olympic free dance program has almost three million views

Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir of Canada celebrate during the venue ceremony after winning the ice dance, free dance figure skating final in the Gangneung Ice Arena at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Gangneung, South Korea, Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2018. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)
QUIZ: 20 questions to test your knowledge of B.C. news in 2018

QUIZ: 20 questions to test your knowledge of B.C. news in 2018

How well do you know your provincial news? Take our #BCNewsQuiz and see how you score

QUIZ: 20 questions to test your knowledge of B.C. news in 2018
A still from the music video for So Far Gone by Nanaimo rapper Konfidential. A story about the video, which was filmed at the Discontent City homeless camp, was the most read arts and entertainment story of 2018. (Konfidential Music/Facebook)

Nanaimo News Bulletin’s most-read arts and entertainment stories of 2018

Three stories about Chesapeake Shores among Top 10 stories of the year

A still from the music video for So Far Gone by Nanaimo rapper Konfidential. A story about the video, which was filmed at the Discontent City homeless camp, was the most read arts and entertainment story of 2018. (Konfidential Music/Facebook)
Discontent City is the News Bulletin’s story of the year for 2018. NEWS BULLETIN file photo

Story of the year: Discontent City

Homeless camp brought a range of issues to the forefront in Nanaimo during 2018

Discontent City is the News Bulletin’s story of the year for 2018. NEWS BULLETIN file photo
Black Press Media’s best news photographs of 2018

Black Press Media’s best news photographs of 2018

See the story behind our most impactful images of the year

Black Press Media’s best news photographs of 2018
A total of 46 dogs, consisting of American Eskimo, Husky, Border Collie and Samoyed-cross breeds, are receiving veterinary care in Kelowna, Penticton and Quesnel after being seized from a property near Williams Lake

22,000 abused, abandoned animals rescued by the BC SPCA in 2018

Animal abuse and neglect cases highlighted by the BC SPCA from 2018

A total of 46 dogs, consisting of American Eskimo, Husky, Border Collie and Samoyed-cross breeds, are receiving veterinary care in Kelowna, Penticton and Quesnel after being seized from a property near Williams Lake
Wild animals, crazy stunts: Here’s what went viral in B.C. for 2018
Wild animals, crazy stunts: Here’s what went viral in B.C. for 2018
Triumph and devotion drive B.C.’s most inspirational sports stories of 2018

Triumph and devotion drive B.C.’s most inspirational sports stories of 2018

Athletes surmounted immigration, mental health challenges and more, to prove dedication to their sport

Triumph and devotion drive B.C.’s most inspirational sports stories of 2018