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2019 news archive

Smiley signs to help stop speeding

Improving community and road safety with smiley speed signs.

Sunderland is preparing to commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day ( 27 Jan )

A number of events and activities are being held in the lead up to Holocaust Memorial Day and beyond.

Sunderland supports the annual, national Poppy Appeal

The Mayor of Sunderland buying the first Poppy from the Royal British Legion (Sunderland) has become an annual civic tradition to help launch local fundraising for the national campaign.

Transformation plan for abandoned waste site

An abandoned waste site is to be transformed into use as a key manufacturing site after being bought by Sunderland City Council.

Tip traffic re-routing to ease roundabout queues

New route for recycling trip.

Sunderland schoolchildren's artwork chosen to be part of national exhibition for Holocaust Memorial Day

A memorial flame artwork made by Sunderland schoolchildren has been chosen to be part of a national art exhibition commemorating the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau.

£100M city centre vision

City investment managers back Sunderland city centre plans with £100m deal.

Construction begins on City Hall

Construction is underway on Sunderland's new City Hall.

£19,000 bill for dishonest claim

Judge orders resident to pay more than £19,000 because of dishonest claim.

You are registered to vote, aren't you?

Anyone not yet registered to vote for December's General Election has until Tuesday 26 November.

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