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Man fined as council clamps down on antisocial behaviour

A Sunderland resident has been handed a fine this week as Sunderland City Council continues to clamp down on anti-social behaviour.

New Mayor signs in

Sunderland has a new mayor - Councillor Alison Smith.

New inclusive play equipment open at Hylton Castle

Work is now complete on installing a wheelchair swing and inclusive wheelchair accessible roundabout at Hylton Castle play area.

Holy Trinity Church transformation wins national award

A project to transform a historic church into a space for community, learning and heritage has won a prestigious award for conservation.

Have your say on plans for Sunderland Museum & Winter Gardens

People are being asked their views on plans to refresh Sunderland's much loved Museum & Winter Gardens to make more of the museum and visitor, exhibition and collection spaces.

Family fun added to Scrantastic line up

Another exciting act has been added to the menu for Sunderland City Council's free Scrantastic Food Festival, taking place later this month.

Blue flags flying at Sunderland's seafront

Sunderland's beautiful beaches are flying the flags after once again being awarded the prestigious Blue Flag and Seaside Awards.

Waste van man fined

An operator of a Waste Company which caused road closures when his company vehicle was used to fly-tip large amounts of rubbish has been fined more than £2000.

100 days to go until British Triathlon Super Series Grand Final in Sunderland

There are 100 days to go until Sunderland hosts the British Triathlon Super Series Grand Final and to mark the milestone, details of how to participate, volunteer and spectate during the weekend of swim, bike, run have been revealed.

Birmingham 2022 Queen's Baton Relay to visit Sunderland as full England route revealed

The Birmingham 2022 Queen's Baton Relay is confirmed to visit Sunderland during its final journey through England this summer, as the full route is revealed.

An exchange of ideas

Sunderland's links with its German twin city Essen are more than 70-years-old and continuing.

Sunderland gears up to welcome the Tour Series

Sunderland is gearing up to host some of cycling's best when the Tour Series heads to the city on Tuesday 10 May, for a second year running.

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