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Two charged with murder after woman's body found in burning car in Sunderland

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Resurfacing work in Mitford Street, Fulwell.

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

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Charles Thompson

Sunderland child rapist found living rough in South Shields park

Crime
Paul Stoddart, top, and Lee Little.

Sunderland pair jailed after knife attack on 'lucky to be alive' dad

Crime

Man caught defecating at Sunderland Railway Station avoids court action

Crime

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

Education

Sunderland students celebrate as top A-Level grades and passes rise in the city

Education

Sunderland mum terrified after gas blast leaves family home ‘unfit to live in’

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See firefighters tackle Sunderland field fire

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

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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Traffic is diverted off the A19 northbound following a collision.

Hundreds back petition calling for a safety probe into the A19

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Traffic is diverted off the A19 northbound following a collision.

A19 safety risked through ‘dangerous’ drivers on road despite penalty points

News

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

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Durham School students celebrate their results

Top North East independent school celebrates record-worthy results

Education 1
Pupils at Grindon Hall with their A-Level results

Sunderland christian schools celebrate A-Level results

Sunderland

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

Transport

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 17
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

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

Opinion
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
Public Health England has said it would now be focusing on the reduction of excess calories.

Your favourite junk foods could be changing - and here's why

Health 1
Sir Leonard Fenwick.

North-East hospitals boss sacked for gross misconduct after lengthy investigation

Health

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

Environment 2

See firefighters tackle Sunderland field fire

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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

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Forgotton Stones archaeological dig at South Hylton
Castletown Neighbourhood Action Group, Ian Stewart

Digging deep to shed light on a Sunderland mystery

News 4

Why do we have to pay to leave EU?

Your Say

Sunderland Council have pride in your work

Your Say

Fulwell library a ‘true community venture’

Your Say
There are ways to avoid paying over the odds for tickets for sold-out gigs.

How not to be ripped off over gig tickets in the great rock 'n' roll swindle

Opinion
There are ways to avoid your children racking up big mobile phone bills.

How to avoid your kids ringing up big mobile phone bills

Opinion
Graham Low doing his full body workout.

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

Opinion
Chicken and broccoli bake.

Recipe of the week: Chicken and broccoli bake

Opinion
Would you use the app?

New app forces kids to reply to parents’ texts

Family
Never leave the house with wet hair - and always smile.

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

Family
Eyes to the skies on Monday!

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

Environment 2
Box sets can be seriously bad for your health, research has found

Why binge-watching box sets could be seriously damaging your health

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