An average person has to wait over five years for their initial Gender-affirming appointment with the NHS in the United Kingdom; the effect of this causes many people to seek private care. Transgender individuals face unique and somewhat sad challenges when they seek healthcare assistance in the United Kingdom and one of the significant issues […]

  Christmas is just 46 days away and decorations are up for grabs for affordable prices here in Sunderland. The Bridges Shopping Centre is well known for its bright and lovely Christmas decorations. Some families already have their decorations up and in ready for the festive season but if you are finding it difficult to […]

Sam, Manager of Max Spielmann photo lab in Sunderland City Centre, shares how excited she feels about the development of a new train station entrance right in front of the photo lab. The new multi-million pound project which is few minutes away from the old entrance will be open for public use in September. Click […]

The University of Sunderland Student Union recently had animals on campus for students to see. Riggmoor Reindeer and Miniature Mobile Farm brought a llama, an alpaca, a donkey, a pony, rabbits, guinea pigs, goats and sheep.   Many students came out to see and even feed the animals. There was also an ice-cream van and […]

Metro operator Nexus is increasing ticket prices by 14%, for those who do not have Nexus digital payment methods. Nexus is urging people to use their smart prepaid ‘Pop’ cards or smartphone, saying this is going to save them more on fares instead of using ticket vending machines. The One Zone ticket which allows customers […]

The Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme is celebrating its 20th anniversary with an array of films showing in different cities in UK including Newcastle. In the 2023 tour which starts on February 6, they are exploring the theme “the evolution of Japanese cinema”. There’s an extensive line-up, from recently released films and masterpieces to old […]

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