Karl Yu

Police executed a search warrant at a residence on Nicol Street in September 2017 in relation to a murder investigation. John Albert Buchanan was charged with second-degree murder. (News Bulletin file)

Murder trial begins in case of man who was beaten and died in Nanaimo’s south end

John Albert Buchanan charged with second-degree murder after 2017 incident on Nicol Street

Police executed a search warrant at a residence on Nicol Street in September 2017 in relation to a murder investigation. John Albert Buchanan was charged with second-degree murder. (News Bulletin file)
Ruth Brownstone, an Eden Gardens’ dementia care community resident, enjoys the new forest trail that was cleared thanks to in-kind donations. It is hoped donations lead to trail paving. (Karl Yu/News Bulletin)

Seniors care centre wants to make its new forest trail more accessible

Amenity at Nanaimo’s Eden Gardens beneficial to residents, says horticultural therapy practitioner

Ruth Brownstone, an Eden Gardens’ dementia care community resident, enjoys the new forest trail that was cleared thanks to in-kind donations. It is hoped donations lead to trail paving. (Karl Yu/News Bulletin)
(Nanaimo News Bulletin file)

Nanaimo-Ladysmith families make decisions to send kids to school or keep them learning at home

School district’s transition learning program asking for decision by Nov. 6

(Nanaimo News Bulletin file)

Protesters involved in ‘Schoolhouse Squat’ receive conditional discharge

Mercedes Courtoreille and Christopher Thompson sentenced Wednesday in Nanaimo

Parties will have to distinguish themselves with COVID-19 recovery plans, says VIU prof

Obeserver sets the stage for the Oct. 24 provincial election

RDN Transit says 93 per cent of riders wearing masks

Transit operator has mandatory mask policy that puts education ahead of enforcement

Motorcyclist dies after crash on the old Island Highway in Nanaimo

Traffic in area around Turner Road and Highway 19A being re-routed

Retired Netflix exec from Nanaimo donates to two area non-profit groups

Schools foundation and child development centre in Nanaimo to benefit with $15K each

Vancouver Island parents say schools not appropriate voting stations

Elections B.C. says site of polling stations not yet determined, working with Dr. Henry’s office

Lockdown quickly lifted at Nanaimo District Secondary School

NDSS was under lockdown mid-morning Friday, Sept. 25

Purebred breeders go for a walk in Nanaimo to show off their dogs

Purebred dog breeders sometimes get a bad rap, says event organizer

Accused in Makayla Chang’s murder sees next court date in October

Steven Michael Bacon faces first-degree murder charge in killing of Nanaimo teen

Nanaimo residents ticketed for putting garbage bins out early

Conservation officers say they issued seven tickets this week, as concerns about bears increase

Conservation officers free fawn stuck in fence in Nanaimo

Fawn was uninjured after getting caught in fence in Hammond Bay area Wednesday

School buses of Gabriola students will be ferried to and from Nanaimo each day

New service starts due to challenges of physical distancing aboard MV Quinsam ferry

Smoky skies enveloping east area of central Vancouver Island

Wildfire smoke from U.S. leads to very high health risk rating on air quality health index

Nanaimo-Ladysmith selected for pilot project to try seatbelts on school buses

Transport Canada announces pilot project following task force recommendations

Fire crews on scene at scrapyard near Nanaimo Airport

Fire at Schnitzer Steel facility off Trans-Canada Highway

Vancouver Island teacher says in-class learning engages and motivates students

Nanaimo chemistry teacher talks about back-to-school in COVID-19 times

Nanaimo-Ladysmith school district won’t heed request for mandatory masks right now

School board discusses letter from group of doctors urging masks for all age groups