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Police praise victims for finding courage to report perverted doctor

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Watch a gallery of Sunderland Echo reader photos from One Summer’s Day

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Sunderland's Nissan plant.

‘Nissan trail’ idea to help boost Sunderland city centre

Business
Graham Hall.

'Veterans not immune from stresses of life that other people suffer'

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Proms 2018: 25 pictures from Farringdon Community Academy at Beamish Hall

Education

Send us your snapshots of summer for chance to win £125 designer sunglasses

Lifestyle

School celebrates official opening of £12million site

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Appeal for help after road accident in Sunderland

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Sunderland teenager whose work helped save six lives on Wearmouth Bridge is praised by leading police officer

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

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Police praise victims for finding courage to report perverted doctor

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The case was heard at Teesside Crown Court.

Paedophile jailed after being caught in undercover police sting operation

Crime

Vulnerable mother heartbroken after thieves steal and torch mobility scooter in Sunderland street

Sunderland
Police.

Northumbria Police sees decline in number of officers over 12-month period

Crime

Roadworks latest: Where to expect delays on Saturday, July 21, in the Sunderland area

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Roadworks round-up.

Roadworks round-up: Where you might face delays on Friday, July 20

Transport
Metro ran six trains an hour through Sunderland during the Tall Ships Races.

Tall Ships Races in Sunderland saw 130,000 extra passengers travel by Metro

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The Northern Spire is due to open next month

Sunderland's Northern Spire bridge due to open next month

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School celebrates official opening of £12million site

News

Proms 2018: 25 pictures from Farringdon Community Academy at Beamish Hall

Education
Sunderland Civic Centre.

Concerns over future of Sunderland City Council’s ‘inadequate’ apprenticeship and adult learning services

Education
Winners Savanna Shoes from Mill Hill Primary School.

Sunderland school pupils hit back of the net in mascot shoes design competition

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‘Nissan trail’ idea to help boost Sunderland city centre

Business
Universal Credit can be set to pay rent automatically.

How you can set up a direct rent payment through Universal Credit

Business
Ongoing and upcoming roadworks across the Sunderland area include the following:

Roadworks latest: Where to expect delays on Saturday, July 21, in the Sunderland area

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Roadworks round-up.

Roadworks round-up: Where you might face delays on Friday, July 20

Transport

'Veterans not immune from stresses of life that other people suffer'

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Sunderland Magistrates' Court.

Sunderland Tories defend Government plan to revamp city’s magistrates court

Politics
Coun Robert Oliver, leader of Sunderland's Conservatives.

Opposition welcomes ‘overdue’ announcement on future of Sunderland’s Vaux site

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Sunderland Council has defended how much it spent on business class flights.

Sunderland council chiefs justify spending on first-class flights by revealing how many jobs they created

Business

Fund launched for youngster with rare unnamed disorder suffered by only 8 people worldwide

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Graham Hall.

'Veterans not immune from stresses of life that other people suffer'

News
John G Hogg Family Run Funeral Directors has three funeral homes in Sunderland

Simple step aims to help grieving families

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Sunderland teenager whose work helped save six lives on Wearmouth Bridge is praised by leading police officer

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Shocking sun damage exposed by UV photo technology as drivers warned of 'white van tan'

Health

Campaigners and councillors against greenbelt homes plan near Penshaw Monument

Environment
Only five fines were given out in the city last year.

'They are breaking the law so deserve a fine' - 13 things you said about dog fouling in Sunderland

Environment

Shocking sun damage exposed by UV photo technology as drivers warned of 'white van tan'

Health
Conservatives are demanding tougher punishments who fail to pick up after their pets.

Call for tougher action after only five fines issued for dog fouling in Sunderland last year

Environment
Lovely weather we've been having!

2018 could be among 10 warmest, driest and sunniest summers

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Our writer is full of praise for Sunderland after travelling around 300 miles here for the Tall Ships Races.

Letter of the week: Tall Ships Races was our first visit to Sunderland - and we'll definitely be back

Your Say
A Metro in Sunderland.

Letter of the week: 'Metros are as much use a chocolate poker'

Your Say
Takeaways and food shops in Sunderland's St Luke's Terrace.

Letter of the week: Residents opposed to Sunderland's Takeaway Terrace

Your Say
Waste discarded in Millfield sparked an inquiry and successful prosecution.

Letter of the week: Sunderland back lanes are a disgrace

Your Say

Here’s how to get your garlic harvest ready to last into the new year

Lifestyle
Universal Credit can be set to pay rent automatically.

How you can set up a direct rent payment through Universal Credit

Business
Sunderland Magistrates' Court.

Julie Elliott MP: The sorry saga of Sunderland Magistrates’ Court

Crime
Another hot day is expected across the region today...

Richard Ord: Why I scream for ice cream lunacy

Opinion
The Coroner's Court.

Legal Eagle: Why a post-mortem can be held

Opinion

Beware queue-jumpers this summer as third of North East people admit skipping the line on purpose

Offbeat

'No such thing as a bad dog' - 15 things you said about Staffies as Government rejects calls to add them to Dangerous Dogs list

Offbeat
Where did you stand on this story?

'Kids just found out life isn't always fair' - Echo readers react to ice-cream row at Sunderland school

Education
Celebrations as England make the semi-finals.

Should we get a bank holiday if England win the World Cup?

Offbeat
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