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Mandy Moraes

Mandy Moraes

I joined Black Press Media in 2020 as a multimedia reporter for the Parksville Qualicum Beach News, and transferred to the News Bulletin in 2022 as a reporter and arts editor. Community news is vital to not only keep people well-informed about the happenings closest to home but to help create a shared culture. I'm always interested in arts, LGBTQ and Indigenous-focused stories. When not glued to my computer, I enjoy painting, doodling, drumming, and playing recreational dodgeball with the Nanaimo Sports and Social Club.

Phone
250-734-4623
Email
mandy.moraes@nanaimobulletin.com

Recent Work by Mandy

Downtown Nanaimo dental office destroyed by suspicious fire

Downtown Nanaimo dental office destroyed by suspicious fire

Two men arrested and were scheduled to appear in court Aug. 22.
Vancouver Island hip hop dancers to rep Canada in international competition

Vancouver Island hip hop dancers to rep Canada in international competition

Five Vibe Dance Studio dancers will head to Poland this fall for world championships
Tubber sets new record at Nanaimo’s world championship bathtub race

Tubber sets new record at Nanaimo’s world championship bathtub race

Brandon Skipper completes course in one hour, 45 seconds
Small-town B.C. pinup model has built 12 million followers on TikTok

Small-town B.C. pinup model has built 12 million followers on TikTok

Vancouver Island TikToker aims for the stars with ‘retro-futurism’ aesthetic
Influence of comic books examined in new art exhibit in Nanaimo

Influence of comic books examined in new art exhibit in Nanaimo

‘Gutters are Elastic’ opens July 14 at Nanaimo Art Gallery
LGBTQ refugees feel at home in B.C. after fleeing violence and oppression

LGBTQ refugees feel at home in B.C. after fleeing violence and oppression

Ugandan couple grateful for the welcome they’ve received on Vancouver Island
Musicians honour legendary singer-songwriter Gordon Lightfoot in Nanaimo tribute show

Musicians honour legendary singer-songwriter Gordon Lightfoot in Nanaimo tribute show

‘Sundown: A Gordon Lightfoot Experience’ happens June 3 in Nanaimo
Fire-breathing metal dinosaur roars for travellers in BC Ferries lineup

Fire-breathing metal dinosaur roars for travellers in BC Ferries lineup

Straight Up Racing puts on impromptu show at Nanaimo’s Departure Bay ferry terminal
Nanaimo River land, including ancient village site transferred to Island First Nation

Nanaimo River land, including ancient village site transferred to Island First Nation

Signing ceremony between Snuneymuxw First Nation and Seacliff Properties marks ‘profound milestone’
B.C. singer Raymond Salgado voted in as finalist for ‘Canada’s Got Talent’

B.C. singer Raymond Salgado voted in as finalist for ‘Canada’s Got Talent’

24-year-old Vancouver Islander will appear Tuesday, May 16, with seven other finalists
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