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Royal fever grips Sunderland as William and Kate visit The Fire Station

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PC Paul McVeigh

Police officer goes on trial accused of assaulting prisoner

Crime

Watch Sunderland greet William and Kate in city centre

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Quyen Ngoc Nguyen

Nail salon worker 'was raped' before body found in burning car, jury told

Crime

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge put some of the final touches to Sunderland’s Northern Spire landmark

Sunderland

Double arson attack at Sunderland pubs

News

LIVE: William and Kate in Sunderland - photos, reaction and updates from the city's royal visit

Sunderland

Revealed: How 500 new homes in Sunderland could look in major £37million plan

Politics
Wheelchair fencer Joshua Waddell, who is in need of sponsorship.

Appeal launched to help Sunderland sportsman achieve Paralmypics dream

News

Sharon Hodgson MP: Twenty years on, Lucy’s legacy lives on through my work as an MP

Sharon Hodgson

Police officer goes on trial accused of assaulting prisoner

Crime
More than 30 people have been arrested in connection with car crime in Sunderland and South Tyneside this week

More than 30 arrests after car crime crackdown across Sunderland and South Tyneside

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Double arson attack at Sunderland pubs

News
Quyen Ngoc Nguyen

Nail salon worker 'was raped' before body found in burning car, jury told

Crime

Funding boost for new railway station hoped to open in two years time

Transport
Roadworks Round-up: Where you're likely to face traffic woes on Wednesday February 21

Roadworks Round-up: Where you're likely to face traffic woes in Sunderland on Wednesday February 21

Transport
Activists are calling on Transport Secretary Chris Grayling not to "bail out" the Stagecoach/Virgin franchise for the East Coast Mainline. Pic: PA.

Government urged to return East Coast Mainline to public ownership

Transport
Chester-le-Track is based at Chester-le-Street railway station, as well as Eaglescliffe, but will close at the end of next month. Image copyright Google Maps.

Station toilets and waiting room to close as face-to-face train ticket firm announces its closure

County Durham

Ahoy there! The Tall Ships have taken to a Sunderland stage

Sunderland
Sunderland Civic Centre

Sunderland’s children’s services continuing to improve, find inspectors

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School exclusions

More than 400 pupils excluded from school in Sunderland in a year

News

In Pictures: Pupils go for glory in national robot competition

News

Funding boost for new railway station hoped to open in two years time

Transport
The latest figures show a slight rise in the number of people claiming out-of-work benefits in Sunderland

Rise in Sunderland jobless claimant count - but number is down year-on-year

News
Councillor Michael Mordey and Ian Flannery, The Tall Ships Races project officer for Sunderland with Trevor Hines, managing director of Station Taxis. #NorthNewsAndPictures/2daymedia.

All hail Sunderland taxi firm for its Tall Ships support

Sunderland
Glitterball is up for sale

Glitterball and other South Shields landmark nightspots put up for sale

News

Revealed: How 500 new homes in Sunderland could look in major £37million plan

Politics
Weardale Avenue residents pictured with Coun George Howe, right, who object to the plans.

Developer named for controversial Sunderland land project

News
Sunderland City centre litter.'Crowtree Road

The Tories’ dream budget for Sunderland hopes to be a nightmare for Labour

Opinion 1
Coun Louise Farthing

Sunderland's children's service 'making steady progress' - inspectors

News

Probe launched as two people in hospital as and six more salmonella cases confirmed

Health
Campaigners at the hospital meeting

Campaigners' anger as health chiefs vote to move hospital services from South Tyneside to Sunderland

Health

Health chiefs vote on future of maternity, stroke and paediatric services at South Tyneside and Sunderland hospitals

Sunderland
David Gallagher, chief officer at NHS Sunderland CCG.

Boss praises dedication of NHS staff ahead of Best of Health awards

News
Ouch trustee Dorothy Chapman.

Grandmother’s ‘suicide headaches’ inspire drive to help others with debilitating condition

News

Volunteers needed to help turn the tide on marine litter at coastal beauty spots

South Tyneside
Hawthorn Hythe beach. Picture by Wayne Appleton

Volunteers needed to help turn the tide on marine litter at coastal beauty spot

East Durham
An artist's impression of what the new homes could look like

Ambitious plans for £175million ‘Garden Village’ go on show at public consultation

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Weardale Avenue residents pictured with Coun George Howe, right, who object to the plans.

Developer named for controversial Sunderland land project

News
The sun will be shining in the North East this weekend.

What's the weather forecast for the North East this weekend?

Environment
Newcastle United fans protest against club owner Mike Ashley back in 2008. Nearly a decade on and he is still in charge.

Letter of the week: Never mind protests - hit Sunderland owner Ellis Short where it hurts most

Your Say
Do you agree with our letter writer about litter levels in Sunderland?

Letter of the week: Let's go to war on Sunderland's phantom fly tippers

Your Say
Academy graduate George Honeyman, number 26, in Sunderland's recent win over Hull City.

Letter of the week: Sunderland's decision to promote youngsters is brave and correct

Your Say
Coun Margaret Beck, right, with Sue Kerton and the rubbish collected by volunteers.

Letter of the week: Don't blame Sunderland council for city's rubbish problems

Your Say

Richard Ord: Brexit and the Lycra–clad apocalypse

Opinion
Sunniside Live 2017 Saturday. - The Farm

Read all about Sunderland’s impeccable music credentials

Music
Housing.

Legal Eagle: Home at risk? God a bad landlord? Homeless? When you can get Legal Aid to help with your housing woes

Opinion
Northern Spire Bridge.

Katie Bulmer-Cooke: Great to see Sunderland in a positive light on TV

Sunderland 1
The dredger Vedra operating in the Wear during 1971.

How the Wear’s last dredger sealed the fate of a famous Sunderland shipyard

Retro

When is World Book Day 2018?

Family
We asked you if employers should be able to ask women about their plans for having children.

'It's discrimination' - you have your say on bosses questioning women over plans for children

Family
Make sure you don't miss the last posting date.

This is the last date to get your Mother's Day cards to mums in the Armed Forces

Offbeat
Where have you seen the cheapest petrol?

Where's the cheapest place to get petrol near you?

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