A Civic welcome to preview evening
A Civic welcome to preview evening for the Festival of Light
Keep Slavery Away
A charter against Modern Slavery has been welcomed by the City Council's Cabinet.
Moving to Vaux?
The City Council's Cabinet has been looking at ideas about moving to a new and smaller Civic Centre.
Residents fined for dumping waste
Dumping the waste they had each been planning to drop off at the tip, cost two Sunderland residents dear after they were both issued with £350 fixed penalty notices.
German business students visited Sunderland to learn more about the city, its economy and culture
A delegation of 25 students and two teachers from Theodore Heuss Gymnasium business school in Sunderland's twin city of Essen, spent a week in the city
It's almost time for this year's Sunderland Illuminations and Festival of Light
Captain Hook and Peter Pan are among the Disney characters and many other lighting displays in Roker Park (18 Oct - 18 Nov ) during this year's event
Council spearheads regeneration on the Vaux site
Proposals to replace Sunderland Civic Centre with a smaller base on Vaux as part of the wider masterplan for the site will be examined by the City Council's Cabinet next week.
Employers from across Sunderland gathered at a conference to discuss promoting better health and well-being at work
The event hosted by Sunderland City Council, was organised by the Sunderland Workplace Health Alliance.
Sport is being used as the universal language to help promote better understanding between schools
The EU - funded ERASMUS+ project is a partnership between schools in Sunderland and its French twin town of Saint-Nazaire
Have your name(s) up in lights
Visitors to this year's Festival of Light in Roker Park, can pay to have goodwill messages to their loved ones displayed on the giant circular screens of the interactive, illuminated ' Sunderland Sphere.'
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