Dog walkers could be fined up to £100 as summer beach restrictions are set. Local dog walkers and businesses are upset by the measures as they face a disruption of their routines and a decline in customers during the week. The council have asked dog walkers to check for signs before letting their pets […]

Space North East is celebrating another incredible year of providing mental health support for the men of Sunderland. From charity walks to weekly meet-ups, the charity has gone above and beyond to offer advice and spread awareness of mental health and male suicide rates. The charity was founded by James Fildes two years ago in […]

Port of Call, one of Sunderland’s most popular restaurants, has launched its new menu after celebrations of their 10 year anniversary. The well-loved bar and restaurant has now been trading in Sunderland’s city centre for 10 years, and with owners Karen and John Dickman also announcing renovations of sister restaurant Gatsby, it seems to be […]

The annual Durham Easter Egg Run is set to commence Sunday, March 31 at 10am from Dragonville Tesco car park. The charity run will stop off at hospitals around Durham and Darlington and the team of bikers will donate eggs to the women’s refuges and housing associations. They plan to ride along to North Durham […]

The clock is ticking for University of Sunderland students to elect this year’s Presidents. After a long week of rallying to get in our students’ votes, the process is due to come to an end with final votes needing to be made by 2pm March 8. Incredible candidates across different categories are all in with […]

Polling statistics from The Sutton Trust suggest that 63% of students surveyed reported having spent less on food and essentials, with 28% saying they had skipped meals to save on food cost With the ever-increasing cost of living crisis clouding over deprived areas in the North East, students are some of the most struggling individuals […]

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