Author: Ryan O'Hara
The International Community Organisation of Sunderland is one of the largest charities in the North East that strives to better the lives of Black and Minority Ethnic individuals. The ICOS have launched many successful projects, such as Back in Control and the Eastern European Women’s group, that have seen resounding benefits. The charity’s Back in […]
The North East has continued to grow their breakfast options, the recent breakfast on the climb are bagel sandwiches. Check out the map below to discover these can’t miss locations to get the best bagel sandwich from Durham to South Shields and Sunderland to Newcastle.
By Ali Mohammed, Ryan O’Hara and Liam Rafferty As winter nears ever-closer to an end, everyone’s favourite season is fast approaching: Festival Season. Massif and Awakenings will kick-off an electrifying festival season in March and April. The Tyne and Wear will be a part of this summer full of raves hosting Loosefest, taking place at […]
University of Sunderland’s Reverend Chris Howson spoke out believing the Church of England’s lack of progressiveness and forward thinking have caused a decrease in Christianity. The Chair of Sunderland Interfaith and University Chaplain, Reverend Howson, believes inclusivity could be a problem causing the decline in Christianity. Reverend Howson, who is the associate priest at Sunderland […]
Giovanni Reyna, 19, plays for Borussia Dortmund and was born in Washington, Sunderland in 2002. His father Claudio Reyna played for Sunderland AFC and they eventually moved to the USA after Claudio was transferred to the New York Red Bulls in 2007. Although representing the US in Qatar this year, England sparked interest in attempting […]
Gregg Berhalter announced his 26-man FIFA World Cup roster for Qatar on Wednesday, November 9. USMNT will play their opener against Wales on November 21 at 7pm GMT, they will face England on November 25 at 7pm GMT and they will end the group stage against Iran on November 29 at 7pm GMT. The 26-man […]