Minster Quarter Heritage Boost from National Lottery
Nearly £2m of National Lottery funding for repairs and restoration is being made available for building and ground works in the historic Minster Quarter.
The Sunderland Airshow has celebrated its thirtieth year.
Large crowds gathered along Sunderland's award winning seafront over the weekend to enjoy this year's event.
Work continues to improve children's services in Sunderland
Ofsted's latest inspection of children's services in Sunderland, which are now delivered by Together for Children, has found significant progress in areas including adoption and the experience of children leaving care, with other areas still requiring improvement.
BIG sport summer fest time!
BIG sports festivals are back for August - yay!
Taking to the skies to raise money for the Mayoral charities.
The Deputy Leader of Sunderland City Council, Councillor Michael Mordey, is taking part in a rehearsal flight of The Blades aerial display team to help raise money for charity.
The Mayor's Civic Service is taking place on Sunday 22 July.
People are invited to join the Mayor of Sunderland, Councillor Lynda Scanlan, and the Mayoral Consort, Mr Michael Horswill, at St John's Church in Ashbrooke Road.
Keeping the Green Flag Flying
Well done to all for keeping our Green Flags awards again.
Sunderland says farewell to The Tall Ships...
Thousands of people lined Sunderland seafront to say a fond farewell to the fleet of ships which have made the city their home over the last week.
Sunderland announce formal affiliation with HMS ANSON.
In advance of Armed Forces Day the Royal Navy has invited Sunderland City Council to formally announce the new relationship.
Public consultation continues over proposed new road safety measures.
People living in Grindon Mill are being asked for their views on a proposed new light controlled crossing at a busy stretch of road.
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