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This month sees Sunderland host both The Tall Ships Races Sunderland 2018 and the 30th Sunderland Airshow and a ‘Pop up’ Seafront Summer Village is set to keep everyone happy both during and between these occasions. The village runs every day from Friday 13 to Sunday 29 July at the former Pullman Lodge site. Joining […]

Cheryl and Liam Payne have split up after a two-and-a-half-year relationship. The singers announced they were “going our separate ways” in nearly-identical posts to their 40 million Twitter followers. The former Girls Aloud star, who turned 35 on Saturday, and One Direction member, 24, have a one-year-old son, Bear. The parents said separating had been […]

Harry’s Game Shack, the biggest gaming venue in the North East, has raised £1300 forSunderland Alzheimer’s Society after hosting a 12-hour charity gameathon.  The gameathon at Harry’s Game Shack, found above Geeky’s in Sunderland City Centre, had participants gaming solidly from 8pm until 8am the following morning, doing so all for charity. Alzheimer’s Society, provides information and support […]

Sunderland’s longest established taxi firm is gearing up for a programme of summer events in the City, with the introduction of credit and debit card payment machines in all of its vehicles. Station Taxis has a fleet of almost 200 vehicles, and is the first taxi company in the City to roll out this facility […]

Love Island contestant Dani Dyer will admit she is “worried” about her relationship with Jack Fincham as twelve brand new faces enter the villa. The daughter of EastEnders actor Danny Dyer has been happily coupled up with pen salesman Jack since the first episode of the 2018 series. In tonight’s episode of the reality TV […]

Ed Sheeran has joked about having to take two toilet breaks during a recent gig – saying it was far better than the alternative. The singer, 27, nipped off stage twice in Cardiff, after performing Galway Girl and then three songs later, in the middle of Photograph. He tells Friday’s debut episode of The Big […]

International dishes – along with some traditional British favourites – will be on offer to visitors to The Tall Ships Races Sunderland 2018. From 10-14 July, the city will play host to 54 sailing ships and their crews from around the world, and the international theme is echoed in the food and drink on offer […]

The Lightning Seeds’ Three Lions could be set to dominate the charts as World Cup fever sweeps the nation. Bookmaker Coral has slashed the odds on the 1996 hit reaching number one from 10-1 to 3-1. The anthem, sung by David Baddiel and Frank Skinner and written by Ian Broudie, has become synonymous with the […]


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