Leaders concern at Covid Rise
The Leaders of the seven North East local authorities met today to discuss the ongoing Covid situation and issued the following statement.
Gateway and defences win awards
Two city infrastructure projects have won regional civil engineering awards.
Two residents fined for fly-tipping
Sunderland City Council's Neighbourhood Enforcement Team responded to a report of sofas, chairs, black bags and carpets fly-tipped behind Mainsforth Terrace West, Hendon.
Leaders and business partners praise efforts in tackling Covid infection rates
North East leaders and business representatives have joined forces to thank the North East in working together to tackle the region's high COVID-19 infection rate.
Sunderland Remembrance 2020 online
In light of the ongoing Covid pandemic and national and local government restrictions, the City Council is not going ahead with the annual city centre Remembrance Service and Parade.
A19 Exit Closures
The A19's southbound exit onto the A690 is closed this weekend for improvement works.
LA7 Statement on Chancellor's announcement
"We welcome today's announcements and have lobbied for additional support for businesses, so we are pleased the Chancellor has listened.
Hard work paying off but no room for complacency
Once again, the collective efforts of the North East have seen indications that the rate of Covid infections is slowing down. We would like to thank everyone for their continued co-operation and ask - please keep doing your bit.
Camden Street Gyratory resurfacing works
The City Council's contractors' Northumbrian Roads will start work on resurfacing Camden Street Gyratory in Southwick at the end of this month.
Have your say on City Council's budget
Sunderland people are being asked how they would allocate the funding available if they were in charge of the council's budget.
Keys to the door for first council house tenant for almost 20 years
Sunderland City Council's first housing tenant in almost 20 years has moved into her new home.
SSTC3 project hits important milestone
Phase 3 of the Sunderland Strategic Transport Corridor (SSTC3) has reached 70% completion.