Van driver fined for dumping waste
A van driver has been fined £600 after failing to produce the right documentation when he was spotted dumping waste at the back of The Green in Southwick.
Find out more about plans to breathe new life into Sunderland's historic Minster Quarter
People are being invited to come along to an event in the city centre this week to find out more about a bid to breathe new life into historic buildings in Sunderland's Minster quarter.
Much Ado about Muffin
A prize winning muffin in a primary school competition baked and designed by a pupil at Richard Avenue Primary School, was given a professional twist by a head chef at Sunderland College.
Tallest ship for Tall Ships Event
Four more tall ships have signed up for this year's Tall Ships event in Sunderland.
Lettings agent has to pay out £1000 after telling tenant to dump waste in back lane
A lettings agent who told a new tenant to deposit waste left by the previous occupier in the back lane behind their home has been served fixed penalty notices totalling £650 and had to pay £428 in clean up costs.
Council Tax and Budget proposals
Next year's Council Tax and budget proposals have been backed.
Resident served with £350 fixed penalty notice after repeatedly dumping waste in back lane
A Millfield resident has been served with a fixed penalty notice for £350 after admitting repeatedly dumping waste in the back lane near his home.
City's Northern Gateway
A new two-way traffic system north of the Wearmouth Bridge is being considered by the City Council.
Budget proposals to be discussed
Extra money for environmental services and social care to be considered.
Changes to bin collections over festive period
Normal waste and recycling collections will change slightly during Christmas week
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