Sunderland supports Wear Red Day ( Oct 18 )
National 'Wear Red Day' helps raise awareness of racism, and helps raise money for anti-racism education and activities.
Promoting a healthier, happier workplace was the subject of a major conference held in Sunderland
The event was hosted by the Sunderland Workplace Health Alliance, which represents more than 95 companies from across the city.
70 YEARS OF ESSEN TWINNING
What are your memories and memorabilia from 70 years of twinning with Essen?
Coachworks relocates for roadworks
Sunderland Coachworks has relocated as road works for the new dual carriageway are continuing.
Prepare for the winter nights in Sunderland to be brightened by the Festival of Light
For more information on the Festival of Light and to book tickets online please visit www.christmasinsunderland.co.uk
Investing for a more dynamic, healthy and vibrant city
Big investment plans are tabled for next year's City Council budget.
People in parts of Hetton Downs are being asked for their views on how to improve their neighbourhood
Residents of Fairy Street, Edward Street and parts of Caroline Street are being invited to take part in a housing regeneration feasibility study.
Much loved mural makeover
A much loved Roker seafront mural has been given a makeover.
Sunderland supports the annual, national Poppy Appeal
The Mayor of Sunderland buying the first Poppy from the Royal British Legion (Sunderland) has become an annual civic tradition to help launch local fundraising for the national campaign.
Sunderland helped celebrate UN International Day of Older Persons (1 Oct)
Sunderland is an accredited World Health Organisation Age Friendly City for its work with older people.