Tamara Cunningham

Eco school full, out-of-catchment younger siblings might not get in

Departure Bay elementary school enrolment has risen to 280 students this year

Wellington Secondary paints school district’s first rainbow crosswalk

High school will hold a ribbon cutting Friday to celebrate new coloured crossing

Nanaimo to show its colours as Pride Week kicks off

Organizers expect 10,000 people to mark five-day celebration

Revitalizing indigenous language at heart of Island symposium

About 100 people from across Vancouver Island attended the event in Nanaimo this week

North Oyster school looking for votes for accessible playground project

The school is a top 10 finalist in the BCAA Play Here contest

Revitalizing indigenous language at heart of Island’s first symposium

About 100 people from across Vancouver Island attended the event at the Port Theatre

School district launches new sexual health website

New website has information for parents, teens and teachers

Nanaimo student a contest finalist for his Shakespeare-inspired soliloquy

Rutherford Elementary student Arthur Taylor channels voice of Hamlet for CBC Books contest

City showcases power of public works to Nanaimo students

City of Nanaimo holds second Public Works Day

Biologists keep an eye out for Island’s next generation of turtles

Cameras at Nanaimo marsh help monitor populations of western painted turtle, a species-at-risk

Biologists keep an eye out for Nanaimo’s next generation of turtles

Cameras at Buttertubs Marsh help monitor populations of western painted turtle, a species-at-risk

Nanaimo Ladysmith Public Schools plans to expand focus school program

If someone asked a class of Fairview Community School students about reading four years ago, they didn't like it and didn't want to do it.

Artificial turf field officially dedicated in Nanaimo

City and school district dedicate $3.6-million NDSS Community Field

Parents, school district meet to discuss academy concerns at NDSS

Principal raises possibility the high school could be too full even for in-catchment students

Georgia Avenue gets money for new accessible playground

Province announces dollars for playgrounds at 51 B.C. schools

Men’s Centre on mid Island warns it will have to close

Centre, located in Nanaimo, has offered programs for men in the region for more than 15 years

Nanaimo kids will receive recreation prescriptions for digital detox

Recreation project wins nearly $50K grant from Island Health

UPDATED: Fundraising campaign meant to keep Nanaimo Men’s Centre afloat

Nanaimo centre has offered programs for men on the mid Island for more than 15 years

Students put problem-solving skills to the test

Nanaimo Christian Schools take part in Global Day of Design

NDSS full, out-of-catchment lacrosse players are out of luck

High school can't accommodate any more students, impacting field lacrosse academy