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Greg Sakaki

I have been in the community newspaper business for two decades, all of those years with Black Press Media. I started at the 100 Mile House Free Press in 2003 as a general news reporter, then joined the Nanaimo News Bulletin team in 2004. I spent 13 years as a sports editor before becoming managing editor in 2017.
editor@nanaimobulletin.com

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Recent Work by Greg

World’s youngest solo round-the-world female pilot inspires B.C. aviators

World’s youngest solo round-the-world female pilot inspires B.C. aviators

Record-setter Zara Rutherford was the signature speaker at the B.C. Aviation Council convention
Vancouver Island bowling alley may be nearing its final frame

Vancouver Island bowling alley may be nearing its final frame

Nanaimo’s Brechin Lanes bowling alley up for sale, unlikely to continue
Vancouver Island race walker qualifies for Olympics

Vancouver Island race walker qualifies for Olympics

Olivia Lundman, with teammate Evan Dunfee, will compete in team marathon race walk
Company gives $4.5M back to B.C. after failing to re-start paper mill operations

Company gives $4.5M back to B.C. after failing to re-start paper mill operations

Paper Excellence returns $4.5 million to province
BC Ferries decides it won’t be moving Crofton terminal

BC Ferries decides it won’t be moving Crofton terminal

Municipality and community members had indicated preference for re-locating terminal
Conservative leader Poilievre rallies B.C. crowd against carbon tax

Conservative leader Poilievre rallies B.C. crowd against carbon tax

Opposition leader talks taxes and monetary policy at Nanaimo’s Vancouver Island Conference Centre
Head-on crash closes highway lanes in Ladysmith

Head-on crash closes highway lanes in Ladysmith

No serious injuries after pickup hydroplanes, crosses median, collides with cube van
Island author Susan Juby imagines murder in world of social influencers

Island author Susan Juby imagines murder in world of social influencers

A Meditation on Murder continues comedic mystery adventures of Buddhist butler detective
Nanaimo woman bowls five-pin perfect game at 3:30 a.m.

Nanaimo woman bowls five-pin perfect game at 3:30 a.m.

Mikayla Eby first Nanaimo woman to score a perfect 450 in five-pin bowling
Nanaimo’s Barsby Bulldogs make it back to B.C. AA high school football final

Nanaimo’s Barsby Bulldogs make it back to B.C. AA high school football final

John Barsby Secondary School’s AA varsity team will face Vernon in Subway Bowl Dec. 2 at BC Place
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