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Sunderland residents encouraged to be better recyclers with new council-led campaign
Sunderland City Council is launching a new recycling and rewards campaign to encourage local residents to be more environmentally friendly.
Burdon Road junction improvements proposal
Plans to update a busy city junction have been announced by Sunderland City Council.
Statement on The Leader Of Sunderland City Council
Leader of Sunderland City Council and Leader of the City Council's Majority Labour Group, Councillor Paul Watson has sadly died at the age of 63.
Get on-board a Tall Ship in 2018!
Become a Sail Trainee and get on-board a Tall Ship in 2018.
£5.8m project aims to put communities in the driving seat
A £5.8m drive to close the gap between Sunderland's neighbourhoods has been launched in the city.
There'll be fireworks...
A fireworks spectacular will light up the night sky along Sunderland seafront this Sunday (5 November) to help celebrate this year's Sunderland Illuminations and Festival of Light.
Sunderland Remembrance Sunday parade and service
Hundreds of service personnel and veterans will join the Mayor of Sunderland when the city pays its respects at the annual Remembrance Parade and Service on Sunday 12 November.
Top pop star to switch on Christmas lights
Top pop star Pixie Lott is heading to the city and will be performing a number of her best loved songs as part of the official launch of Christmas on Thursday 23 November.
New road link given planning approval
Works for a dual-carriageway and upgraded route into Sunderland city centre are moving forward as Sunderland City Council's application for the Sunderland Strategic Transport Corridor Phase (SSTC 3) was backed by the city's Planning and Highways Committee on 24 October.
Overnight road closures as A1231 roadworks completed
A major route is to be closed overnight for two weeks for roadworks to be completed in preparation for the opening of the New Wear Crossing.
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