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Let's Talk - budget

Next year's budget is getting closer - make sure you have your say.

Ground breaking project will help make Sunderland City Centre a safer place to visit

A ground-breaking project has been launched in Sunderland to help make the city centre a more attractive and safer place for all who live, visit and work there.

First of five council funded affordable food hubs to open in Southwick

The first of five Sunderland City Council supported affordable food hubs, offering weekly groceries to low income households at a fraction of high street prices, opens in Southwick this Friday, 9 December.

Volunteer at 2023 World Triathlon Championship Series Sunderland

Volunteers can now register to become a Tri Maker at 2023 World Triathlon Championship Series Sunderland as the city prepares to host the triathlon event for the first time.

Bright minds sought to launch Sunderland's next wave of tech businesses

Residents of Sunderland with big ideas are being challenged with helping 'unearth the city's next tombola'.

Parents urged to stop using baby self-feeding pillows after urgent safety alert

Parents are being urged to stop using baby self-feeding pillows immediately and throw them away after a warning that they could lead to choking and death.

Into the last lap...

Highways users advised of final road closures in City Way widening scheme.

Well done to all!

How about learning or updating your skills? There's plenty of opportunities.

Have your say on plans for Sunderland's historic areas

Sunderland residents are being invited to help shape plans for Old Sunderland's Conservation Areas.

Spotlight on Sunderland's sustainability

Sunderland is in the spotlight today as the city's sustainably agenda is being discussed at a COP27 event.

Landmarks light up for Transgender Day of Remembrance

Sunderland is remembering people who have been killed in acts of anti-transgender violence today, ahead of Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDoR), which takes place on Sunday 20 November.

Drivers urged to think about 'safer roads for all'

Sunderland motorists are being reminded to consider vulnerable road users as part of national Road Safety Week.

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