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Sunderland Labour Group is calling for an end to a fire-rehire culture that it claims is plunging families into financial turmoil.
A North East social initiative that equips people with ‘suit-able’ attire for interviews is supporting Sunderland residents, thanks to a hardworking city councillor.
Sunderland City Council’s leader has spoken of his pride at the key enabling role the organisation has played in securing one of the most significant investments in the city in decades.
Southwick Community Centre has reopened its doors for the first time since the start of the pandemic, launching a new programme of summer activities for residents.
Sunderland residents will be supported to get on their bike, thanks to a partnership that has delivered a £30,000 boost for Southwick.
Labour councillors have welcomed the closure of a Silksworth building site, having led a campaign to tackle the problems it has created.
Whatever political colours they wear, anyone who stands to be a councillor takes a huge leap of faith, putting themselves in the hands of the electorate to be judged. We make no assumptions and take no seat for granted. We are grateful to everyone who put their faith...
An award-winning Sunderland pub has raised a glass to a serving firefighter and prospective councillor, after he raised the funding required to install a life-saving defibrillator.
Sunderland’s Labour leader has paid tribute to Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, following his death today, aged 99. Councillor Graeme Miller, leader of Sunderland City Council and the of the group, said the Duke was a remarkable man and an inspiration to many....
Sunderland’s mayoress is joining the fight to beat Covid 19, helping administer vaccines that are keeping the city’s residents safe.