News

News

Man jailed for nearly 12 years for shooting Sunderland teenager in the head

Crime

Winners celebrate Sunderland and South Tyneside Health Awards

News
Former Sunderland striker Kevin Phillips alongside SAFC Fans Museum founder Michael Ganley.

Football legend Kevin Phillips to return to Sunderland for talk-in events

News
Heworth Road, Concord, Washington.

Nissan apprentice caught drink-driving may have been caught out by diabetes effects, claims solicitor

Washington

There is just a week left to spend or bank your old paper fivers

Business

Tragic Sunderland biker takes his final journey in Harley Davidson hearse

Sunderland

Sunderland Sikh Centre welcomes the world to mark festival of Vaisakhi

News

Superheroes and singing stars lined up for night for Bradley Lowery

Sunderland

Teachers at a Sunderland primary school first to strike in 30 years

Education

Richard Ord: Internet sites are spoiling for a fight

Drivers warned to expect delays as holidaymakers take to the roads

Transport
Police, Crime and Victims Commissioner Ron Hogg says improving road safety is a priority.

Speeding clampdown sees 80 drivers a day caught out

News
Friday's strike in numbers.

Rail reminder: How Sunderland and Hartlepool services are affected by Friday's train strike

News
One vehicle was overturned in the incident. Image: Durham RPU on Twitter.

Three taken to hospital after vehicle overturns on A690

Transport
An Arriva train.

Train strike to go ahead after talks fail

News 5

Man jailed for nearly 12 years for shooting Sunderland teenager in the head

Crime
Heworth Road, Concord, Washington.

Nissan apprentice caught drink-driving may have been caught out by diabetes effects, claims solicitor

Washington
Police, Crime and Victims Commissioner Ron Hogg says improving road safety is a priority.

Speeding clampdown sees 80 drivers a day caught out

News
The passenger sitting close to the window was left injured by the stone attack.

Stone attack on train window 'could have been fatal' warn transport police

News

Teachers at a Sunderland primary school first to strike in 30 years

Education 3
MP Sharon Hodgson speaking at a recent meeting with headteachers over funding cuts.

Wearside MP warns of a 'perfect storm' in education

Education 2
Foundation of Light CEO Lesley Spuhler OBE  with tombola's Phil Cronin on the Beacon of Light construction site

Top of the shop - Beacon of Light lands £500,000 tombola donation

Sunderland 1
Ellen Thinnesen and John Craggs

Gentoo and Sunderland College sign deal to build firm foundations

News 3

Drivers warned to expect delays as holidaymakers take to the roads

Transport
Have you got any paper fivers left?

There is just a week left to spend or bank your old paper fivers

Business
Police, Crime and Victims Commissioner Ron Hogg says improving road safety is a priority.

Speeding clampdown sees 80 drivers a day caught out

News
Friday's strike in numbers.

Rail reminder: How Sunderland and Hartlepool services are affected by Friday's train strike

News
Pupils sitting exams. Photo: Gareth Fuller/PA Wire

Bridget Phillipson: Our children deserve better than this

Opinion
File photo dated 18/06/1984 of riot police watching as pickets face them against a background of burning cars at the Orgreave coke works in Yorkshire during the miners' strike. Picture by PA.

Government urged to end 'secrets' over Orgreave and give former mining communities the truth

News
May vs Corbyn LIVE - a good idea, or something you'd be keen to avoid?

Poll: Would you like to see Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn go head-to-head in a TV debate

News 12
Niall Hodson with party members at last night's general election campaign launch

Lib Dems name their man for Sunderland Central election battle

Sunderland 6

Bringing neglected wildlife habitat back to life

East Durham
Sunderland City Council's cabinet met at the Civic Centre earlier today.

School improvements, action on empty homes and road routes: Sunderland's city leaders make plans for the future

Sunderland
A sand martin, photographed by ranger Dougie Holden.

Sand martins will soon be setting up home along the coast

News 1
Crimdon beach at the  North end of Crimdon Dene Holiday Park. Picture by FRANK REID

Volunteers urged to help clean up Durham Heritage Coast

Environment 1

Winners celebrate Sunderland and South Tyneside Health Awards

News

Sunderland thrill seekers get ready to take on pool’s mega inflatable challenge

News
Peterlee Community Hospital.

Change to parking charges at Peterlee Community Hospital

Health 1
Darren Powell (left) and Neil Birkenshaw, with Bradley's banner outside Leeds United's Elland Road ground.

Charitable footie fans set to bring Bradley Lowery banner to Stadium of Light

News
Would you get a McDonald's home delivery?

McDonald's to trial home delivery service in the UK

Business 7
Dad's Army is one of the favourite TV programmes of the fifty-somethings, apparently

Average fifty-something loves Queen, earns £19K, and works 21 hours a week, finds research

Offbeat
Hummus

Hummus shortage leaves North East middle classes in dip disarray

Lifestyle

New claims Jack the Ripper was noted poet who studied as a priest in the North East

News 5

Do you think the elderly are ‘digital duckers’

Your Say 1
Theresa May. PA picture.

Will Theresa May be a TV gladiator or a tub of lard?

Opinion
Pupils sitting exams. Photo: Gareth Fuller/PA Wire

Bridget Phillipson: Our children deserve better than this

Opinion
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn

Richard Ord: Why my son wants me to vote Labour

Opinion

Legal Eagle: Help needed to see children

Opinion