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Sunderland have announced the departure of chief executive officer Martin Bain after making the position redundant. Bain was appointed to the role in May 2016 but has left the club following the completion of Stewart Donald’s £40million takeover on Monday. He has held similar positions with Rangers and Israeli club Macabbi Tel Aviv, and said […]

Northumbria Police can today confirm the latest rollout of the ‘MyStreet’ app for people living and working in Sunderland. The app was initially created for the residents of Northumberland in October 2017 as an easy way for members of the public to report issues which affect their local community. People can download the app and […]

Stormzy has been nominated for two prestigious songwriting awards. The grime star, 24, is up for a best album Ivor Novello for Gang Signs And Prayer. And the star, who recently swept to victory at the Brits, is also in the running for contemporary song for Don’t Cry For Me, featuring Raleigh Ritchie. Rapper Dave […]

With three weeks to go, there’s still time to join the #runwiththetide event and take part in the Run Sunderland Festival on Sunday 13 May The Siglion Sunderland City Half Marathon and Siglion Sunderland City 10k are the main features on the day, complemented by the Active Sunderland BIG 3k Run. Everyone across the city […]

Paul O’Grady has been left devastated following the death of his beloved dog Olga. The 14-year-old Cairn terrier cross had starred in her owner’s radio and TV shows and died on Saturday, according to the Sunday Mirror. O’Grady, who presents ITV’s For The Love of Dogs, carried the animal into his garden to say goodbye […]

Northumbria Police are participating in a National Police Chief Council (NPCC) led campaign running from Monday 22nd to Sunday 28th January 2018. This is a follow up to the July, 2017 campaign when nationally 2,509 mobile phone offences were detected with 8,358 motorists being stopped. New legislation came into effect on the March 1, 2017. […]

Putting a sofa out in the back lane proved costly for a Grangetown resident after she ended up having to pay for it to be removed. Fly-Tip Investigation Officers came across the sofa and a black bag of household waste deposited in the back lane of Markham Street during their routine patrols and referred it to the Environmental Enforcement […]

A depleted Easington Colliery side were knocked out of the Northern League Cup with a 4-1 defeat at First Division Seaham Red Star on Tuesday night. The Colliers were missing several key players including the likes of Chris Pearson, Shaun Smith and Jack Pounder and a squad of only 13 travelled to Seaham. David Vincent […]


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