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As Sunderland starts to roll out major new regeneration and investment projects transforming the city centre and surrounding areas, the North East Fund is urging Wearside entrepreneurs, local SMEs and those with potential start-up ideas to consider the positive opportunities that may exist by becoming part of the City’s...
New Walk-Through Test Site In Washington Increasing Access To Covid-19 Testing
Washington now has its own walk-through test site to help improve access to Covid 19 testing for those with symptoms.The testing site in the car park of the Sunderland College Washington Campus (NE37 2NH) opens today, Tuesday 13 April and will be fully operational by tomorrow, Wednesday 14 April.It...
Spire Healthcare Searching For Candidates For New Nurse Degree Apprenticeship
The leading private healthcare provider, Spire Healthcare, is launching a new nurse degree apprenticeship programme in partnership with the University of Sunderland, with roles available across Spire’s 35 English hospitals. The nurse degree apprenticeship is open to applicants at all stages of life, including school leavers, university graduates and people...
Should People in Sunderland be Allowed to Own a Venomous Snakes?
The recent two-part ITV documentary Britain's Tiger Kings - On The Trail With Ross Kemp highlighted the growing problems associated with the keeping of wild animals as pets. In response to the documentary, Born Free’s co-founder and Executive President Will Travers OBE said: “I think most people will have found it...
Flags Flying At Half-Mast In Honour Of Duke Of Edinburgh
Union Flags are flying at half-mast at Sunderland Civic Centre, Hylton Castle and the Port of Sunderland as marks of respect for His Royal Highness Prince Philip The Duke of Edinburgh.The Right Worshipful Mayor of Sunderland, Councillor David Snowdon said: "His Royal Highness Prince Philip was a familiar face...
Sunderland's director of Public Health is urging people to continue taking things cautiously when Step 2 of the Government's roadmap out of lockdown comes into effect on Monday.This will see non-essential shops reopening in Sunderland and hospitality venues able to serve food and drinks outdoors as long they’re able...
Bridges Shopping Centre Expected To Re-Open Next Week
Sunderland's leading shopping centre is gearing up to welcome back visitors next week (12 April). While the Bridges has been open throughout lockdown for essential shopping, many of its high street retailers were forced to close in early January in line with Government guidelines.And with the news that restrictions will...
Sunderland City Partners Supporting The "Football Welcomes Refugees" Campaign
City partners in Sunderland are joining the team to support the annual, national Amnesty International UK ‘Football Welcomes Refugees’ campaign.  The campaign was first launched in April 2017 to celebrate the contribution refugees and asylum seekers make, not only to football but to all aspects of community life.Across the country,...
Sunderland Residents Reminded To Correctly Dispose Of Electronics
Posters displayed on bin lorries are reminding Sunderland residents to properly dispose of batteries and electronics. The signage warns residents that electronics should not be placed with household waste or recycling because of the fire risk. The warnings come on the back of fires breaking out at two waste transfer stations...
Adoption Service 'Adopt Coast to Coast' Expanding Across Regions
 Launch of a new Regional Adoption Service in Cumbria, Durham and Sunderland Those looking to adopt in Cumbria, Durham and Sunderland from 1st April 2021 will benefit from a quicker process thanks to the launch of a new Regional Adoption Agency (RAA) spanning the regions.Cumbria County Council, Durham County Council...

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