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Football stand is named in memory of tragic Sunderland fan Stuart Price

News
A mourner outside Newcastle Crown Court carries a photograph of Quyen Ngoc Nguyen. Picture: PA.

Tributes to 'beautiful and kind' woman found in burning car as two face court

Crime
The collision happened near Sainsbury's. Picture by OWERS MEDIA.

Emergency services attend two-car crash on Sunderland road

Sunderland
Phillips lost his temper with two female workers at the Jobcentre in The Galleries, Washington. Pic: Google Maps.

Jobcentre staff threatened by man armed with knife and knuckleduster

Crime

Sunderland nursery blaze was arson, say fire crews

News

Kindhearted Sunderland gardener who helps the elderly left devastated after £1,500 equipment stolen

Sunderland

Brave Brooklyn to join Bradley Lowery's family for Sunderland match

News

Former resident of Sunderland gas blast street says community left frightened

Sunderland
Easington MP Grahame Morris.

MP’s ‘complacent’ warning over A19 safety

Transport

Why Sunderland need to kick Coach Dave Daubenmire back under his rock

Jobcentre staff threatened by man armed with knife and knuckleduster

Crime
A mourner outside Newcastle Crown Court carries a photograph of Quyen Ngoc Nguyen. Picture: PA.

Tributes to 'beautiful and kind' woman found in burning car as two face court

Crime
O' Neil was stopped by police at the Tyne Tunnel toll booths.

Driver was three times over the limit after boozing at Sunderland Airshow

Crime
The Stadium of Light.

Police warn 'disorder will not be tolerated' ahead of Sunderland v Leeds United game

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Gardener Scott Andrews, of Wilkinson Terrace Ryhope, who is angry that thieves have stolen equipment vital to his gardening business.

Kindhearted Sunderland gardener who helps the elderly left devastated after £1,500 equipment stolen

Sunderland

Emergency services attend two-car crash on Sunderland road

Sunderland
Easington MP Grahame Morris.

MP’s ‘complacent’ warning over A19 safety

Transport 1
Northern rail passengers face more strike errors.

More misery for train passengers as unions announce new strikes on Northern line

Transport
Resurfacing work in Mitford Street, Fulwell.

Workers tarmac round car in ‘Laurel and Hardy’ job on Sunderland street

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Sunderland teenager battling cancer in the midst of exams gets straight As

Sunderland
English and maths will be graded under the new system.

New GCSE grading system leaving parents baffled, poll shows

Education
Do you know anyone going through clearing?

Going through university clearing? Then make sure you do these four things

Education
Joshua Waddell is set to compete at the School Games.

Sunderland schoolboy set to go for gold at School Games

News
Durham School students celebrate their results

Top North East independent school celebrates record-worthy results

Education 1

MP’s ‘complacent’ warning over A19 safety

Transport 1

Can I claim carer’s allowance if I’m on other benefits?

Opinion
You could save 300 a year by switching energy suppliers.

Do you have the energy to switch utility companies?

Opinion
Are you earning enough interest on your savings?

Are you earning enough interest on your savings?

Opinion

Winning bid will see firm build much-needed home across North East

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Tony Blair shows his footballing skills at the launch of the Coaches for Clubs campaign at Castle View Enterprise Academy in 2011.

Tony Blair's 'gift to the North East' closes down after a decade

Politics 18
Tailbacks are a regular problem on the A19 following collisions.

Top police officer backs our campaign to improve A19 road safety

Sunderland 3
A shop sign for Clarks in central London, as the footwear firm has sparked a sexism row after naming a girls' shoe range Dolly Babe and a boys' line Leader.

Clarks criticised for 'sexist' children's shoe lines

Business 11
Queuing traffic on the A19.

'The A19 is a death gauntlet' - hundreds back our campaign to improve road safety

Sunderland 11

First appointment for South Tyneside and Sunderland Healthcare Group

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Natalia Rooks with her exam results

Sunderland teenager battling cancer in the midst of exams gets straight As

Sunderland
Graham Low doing his full body workout.

Shaping Up: Try five of the best weight-loss exercises

Opinion 1
Teenage schoolchildren who use e-cigarettes dramatically increase their chances of graduating to tobacco, research has shown.

Teenagers who use e-cigs 'more likely' to smoke tobacco in future

Health 1

Partial solar eclipse will be visible on Monday evening

Environment
Eyes to the skies on Monday!

There will be a solar eclipse on Monday: what are your chances of seeing it?

Environment 3

See firefighters tackle Sunderland field fire

News
Melissa Hayes has received a �400 fine after dumping garden waste on Cleadon Hills.

South Shields woman stunned by £400 dumping fine for scattering grass cuttings

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A community event hosted by Gentoo at Easington Lane.

Sunderland housing company gets top marks

News 3
Our writer believes the A19 speed limit should be reduced to 50 miles per hour.

Letter of the week: A19 speed limit should be reduced to 50 miles per hour

Your Say 1

Sunderland Council have pride in your work

Your Say 1

Katie Bulmer-Cooke: Water is key to feeling healthy

Opinion
Graham Low doing his full body workout.

Shaping Up: Try five of the best weight-loss exercises

Opinion 1
Chicken and broccoli bake.

Recipe of the week: Chicken and broccoli bake

Opinion

Can I claim carer’s allowance if I’m on other benefits?

Opinion
A partially eclipsed sun, photographed using a special solar filter, where the moon appears to take a 'bite' out of the sun.

Partial solar eclipse will be visible on Monday evening

Environment
Sir Bruce Forsyth.

Nine of your tributes to TV veteran Sir Bruce Forsyth

News 1
Would you use the app?

New app forces kids to reply to parents’ texts

Family
Do you give your kids the same advice you got from your mum and dad?

50 nuggets of wisdom every parent should pass on to their kids

Family