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Tuesday, April 16, 2024

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From Trauma to Triumph: Sunderland Student's Journey to Cambridge Law
A student from a school in Sunderland, moved by the incident of witnessing an assault on her mother at their home, is now one step closer to fulfilling her dream of becoming a barrister, thanks to an academic scholarship that has significantly changed her life. A collaborative partnership between Sunderland’s...
Honouring Reverend Chris Howson: A Champion for Inclusive Higher Education
Reverend Chris Howson, the Chaplain of the University of Sunderland, was honoured with the British Empire Medal (BEM) for his contributions to Higher Education in the prestigious 2023 New Year Honours list. Here, he talks about his background, struggle, and ongoing commitment to supporting those going into Higher Education: “For me,...
Bellway Boosts Reading: St Paul’s CE Primary School Embraces New Library
Students at St Paul’s CE Primary School in Ryhope are being encouraged to immerse themselves in a good book, aided by the support of homebuilder Bellway. The company, which is building 60 new homes at its Barton Meadows development in Ryhope, has donated £300 to the school in nearby Waterworks...
Unveiling Sunderland's Premier Nissan Haven: Lookers' £1.8M Transformation
One of the foremost automotive retail and service conglomerates in the UK, Lookers, has inaugurated a fresh Nissan dealership in Sunderland after a comprehensive £1.8 million revamp of its previous Ford site on Newcastle Road. Around 35 staff are now employed at Lookers’ newest franchise location. Sunderland is the official home...
ACCEND: Revolutionizing Cancer Nursing Education for Future Care
A pressing need to boost the count of specialized cancer care nurses across the country has led to the development of a fresh educational program aimed at sparking interest and guiding individuals toward entering this profession. Cancer rates are increasing, and as science advances, health services can diagnose, treat, cure...
Sunderland BID Secures Five More Years of Impactful Initiatives
Sunderland's city centre businesses have reaffirmed their endorsement of the city's Business Improvement District by re-electing them for a third consecutive term. Levy payers voted overwhelmingly in favour of the BID continuing its work from April 2024 for a further five years, confirming their recognition of the positive impact the...
The Journey of Francesca The Journey of Francesca Mobberley's Award-Winning Invention"Mobberley's Award-Winning Invention"
A student from the University in Sunderland, whose engineering skills were uncovered during her schooling, has achieved a significant feat by winning a prestigious national award in London for her innovative invention aimed at children’s hospitals. Francesca Mobberley, from Dame Allan’s Junior School in Newcastle, first wowed a panel of...
Unleash Your Potential: MPCT's First Careers Fair for Military and Uniformed Services
Are you ready to take the first step towards a rewarding career in the Military or Uniformed Services? MPCT is thrilled to announce our very first Careers Fair, and you're invited to be a part of it! 🗓 Date: 12th December 9:30am – 12:30pm 📍 Venue: Beacon of Light, Sunderland This is an...
Support Local Artisans at Sunderland's Christmas Fayre in November
Customers are encouraged to seize the opportunity to purchase exceptional gifts and locally-made products from Sunderland at a festive Christmas Fayre happening this month in November. Sunderland BID has joined forces with Angelo’s Ristorante, at Sunniside, which will stage the event on 19 November. Visitors will be able to sample mulled...
University of Sunderland's 25-Year Legacy: Nurturing Radio Talents and Honoring Alumni like Jordan North
The University of Sunderland has dedicated 25 years to refining and nurturing the abilities and potential of emerging radio personalities, with notable alumni like BBC Radio 1 host Jordan North. Dr Caroline Mitchell, Professor of Radio and Participation at the University of Sunderland, said: “As someone whose career has spanned...

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