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Changes to A19/A690 road closures

Motorists are warned of changes to road closures as part of the ongoing improvements to the A19/A690 junction.

Sunderland gears up during cycle September

Sunderland City Council is teaming up with cycling platform Love to Ride to encourage more of the city's residents to get on their bikes.

Crowdfund Sunderland to support more projects thanks to National Lottery funding

Sunderland City Council is delighted to announce it has been awarded £50,000 to support the Crowdfund Sunderland programme.

Our view of the Government's Covid Winter Plan

Covid is not over - caution, consideration and vaccines are the best defence.

E-scooters into 2022

Scooting into next year and collecting more information over autumn and winter.

Supported Living Service praised for 'outstanding' care

Sunderland Care and Support Supported Living Service has received a glowing report following an inspection by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).

Festival of Light tickets are now on sale

Sunderland City Council has now released tickets for the ever popular Festival of Light event in Roker Park.

Civic tribute to our emergency services

Sunderland will fly the flag to mark the annual Emergency Services Day on 9 September.

Vehicle seized on suspicion of being involved in fly-tipping

A van has been seized on Blue House Lane (A1290) Washington on suspicion of being involved in fly-tipping.

Serving up a helping of local history

A delicious programme of free events is on the menu for this year's Heritage Open Days, England's largest festival of history and culture.

Join the Big Bus Conversation

Sunderland residents are being asked to share their views on buses in the North East as part of a campaign to improve bus travel in the region.

Call to carry on doing your bit as schools return

Children and their parents are being urged to continue being cautious when schools go back next week.

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