Tamara Cunningham

Garbage rates increasing by greater percentage than reported

Garbage rates to rise 40 per cent next year for Nanaimo residents

Nanaimo school district taking initial steps to reconciliation

Shift underway to bring culture and indigenous ways of knowing into schools

Nanaimo school district aims for consistency in sexual health education

School district presents its vision for sexual health education

School district ready to end ban on travel outside North America

School board to make final decision on expiry of moratorium

Steve Rae holds onto position as Nanaimo school board chairman

School board elected leadership on Wednesday

Lieutenant-governor helps open school library

Nanaimo Aboriginal Centre school partners with Write to Read

Government investment grows child care spaces in Nanaimo area

Nanaimo and Gabriola Island to benefit from province's $33-million investment in childcare spaces

School board wants in on talks about legalized marijuana regulations

Trustees vote to send request to local governments

Nanaimo brothers collect socks and tuques for city homeless

People can donate at six locations in Nanaimo

Nanaimo urged to speak out against domestic violence

Clothesline Project launched as part of 16 Days of Activism

Snuneymuxw break ground on health centre

Leaders, community members gather to mark the start of construction on $3M building

NDSS students on mission to spread smiles

Donations for care packages to city's homeless collected at school until Dec. 8

Snuneymuxw plan to open new, larger school

New $10.7-million school coming to Cedar

Students’ union calls for better communication from university on parking

Survey and study looks at parking and transportation at Vancouver Island University

Timeless Tales: hospitals have helped keep community in good health

Nanaimo Regional General Hospital opened in 1963

Nanaimo’s child poverty rate rose to 24.6 per cent in 2016 says report

The 2017 State of the Child report was released Friday

First Nations chief in Nanaimo suspended by his council

Snuneymuxw Chief John Wesley suspended as First Nation gets ready to head to the polls

Snuneymuxw chief suspended by his council

Chief John Wesley suspended as First Nation gets ready to head to the polls

Snuneymuxw ready to break ground on new Cedar health centre

An expanded health centre could provide service to the general public

Report says Nanaimo hospital ‘failing significantly’ in managing people

Island Health official calls report very damaging and damning