Year in Review

The News Bulletin’s top 10 most-memorable animal stories of 2020 include articles about the recovery of accidentally poisoned eagles, clockwise from top left, two dogs that survived a cougar attack, a disabled cat that teaches foster kittens ‘how to cat,’ and a store’s horse mascot dressed up as Dr. Bonnie Henry. (News Bulletin and submitted photos)

Nanaimo News Bulletin’s top 10 most-memorable animal stories of 2020

Dogs and cats, salmon, ‘tarantula moth,’ and even a dinosaur made this year’s list

 

COVID-19 and how Nanaimo coped with the pandemic’s challenges is the News Bulletin’s story of the year for 2020. (News Bulletin file photos)

Story of the Year: How Nanaimo coped with the challenges of COVID-19

City endured sickness and other sufferings, but tried to make the best of things in 2020

 

Nanaimo News Bulletin's photos of the year for 2020. (News Bulletin photos)

Nanaimo News Bulletin’s photos of the year

Our best or favourite photographs taken by staff members during 2020

 

Articles about a woman who threw coffee on a McDonald’s drive-thru employee were the News Bulletin’s most-read and third-most-read stories of 2020. (News Bulletin file photo)

Nanaimo News Bulletin’s top 10 most-read news stories of 2020

Article about a coffee-throwing caper received the most clicks on our website this year

Articles about a woman who threw coffee on a McDonald’s drive-thru employee were the News Bulletin’s most-read and third-most-read stories of 2020. (News Bulletin file photo)
Driven Performance Fitness instructor Katie Diaz leads participants through a zumba class. (Photo submitted)

Nanaimo News Bulletin’s top 10 most-read sports stories of 2020

Readers were interested in ways to keep moving during the pandemic

Driven Performance Fitness instructor Katie Diaz leads participants through a zumba class. (Photo submitted)
Lauren Spencer-Smith in Hawaii during ‘American Idol’ tapings. Her elimination from the singing competition was the most read arts and entertainment story of 2020. (Lauren Spencer-Smith Instagram)

Nanaimo News Bulletin’s top 10 most-read arts and entertainment stories of 2020

Nanaimo singer Lauren Spencer-Smith and her ‘American Idol’ journey well represented in top 10

Lauren Spencer-Smith in Hawaii during ‘American Idol’ tapings. Her elimination from the singing competition was the most read arts and entertainment story of 2020. (Lauren Spencer-Smith Instagram)