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Sunderland’s Labour leader has vowed to ‘take every step possible to ensure vulnerable residents and those living hand-to-mouth are not plunged into further financial hardship’ by council tax rises he said have been ‘forced by Government’.
A Sunderland community has been praised for its ‘incredible goodwill’ over the festive period after providing thousands of food packages, a Christmas parade, hundreds of toys and even Playstation gaming consoles for families in need.
Sunderland Labour Group will turn down a proposed pay rise for all council members, with the basic allowance set to remain unchanged for a ninth consecutive year.
Sunderland's Labour leader has slammed the Prime Minister for putting politics before people and believes lives have been lost because of the Government’s delay in imposing a national lockdown. Councillor Graeme Miller, leader of Sunderland City Council, said that...
A recreational park at the heart of a Sunderland community is to be transformed after receiving almost a quarter of a million pounds in funding.
A problem road that has been the site of scores of major accidents in Sunderland is set to have its speed limit reduced after a petition was lodged by local Labour councillors.
A poignant tribute to fallen heroes has been installed in Southwick, after hardworking local councillors fought for a fitting memorial.
Sunderland Labour Group has praised the community’s kindness, and pledged that the city’s children will not go hungry this half term, after 322 MPs voted down a motion to provide free school meals during October holidays.
Councillor Patricia Smith, Labour councillor for Silksworth, has fought for almost a decade to tackle problem parking on Silksworth Lane, opposite Silksworth Ski Slope and Sports Complex.
A Sunderland councillor has praised her kind hearted community and local football club after a huge team effort led to the launch of a much-needed community foodbank.