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Getting in tune with future careers

Two North East students are moving onto the next stage of their careers as band photographers, thanks to support from their university. Arlo Brown and Susana Hill have created BandVue, a company set up to provide video and photographic content for bands. Both are...

Sunderland business receives national recognition

The continued success of Sunderland’s Designer Childrenswear has been recognised once again, at one of retail’s most prestigious awards. The shop, at Derwent Street, was named Kidswear Independent of the Year by fashion industry bible, Draper, at its recent...

University of Sunderland’s new School of Medicine opens its doors

The University of Sunderland today welcomed its first medical students as the doors opened on its new School of Medicine in a watershed moment for the city and the North East. The School saw 50 students arrive on Monday as they embark on their journey to become a...
Fishy facelift for much loved mural

Fishy facelift for much loved mural

A much-loved Roker seafront mural is getting a makeover. The curving walls and roof of the Marine Walk Play Area were first painted to look like a whale in 2014. Now, five years later, the mural is about to get a facelift. Artist Andy Morley, from Creative Ginger, who...

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Sunderland steps up to the challenge: Join the fun!

Sunderland steps up to the challenge: Join the fun!

Before you start Any shoes or trainers that are comfortable, provide adequate support and do not cause blisters will do. If you're walking to work, you could wear your usual work clothes with a comfy pair of shoes and change shoes when you get into work. For long...

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Town Park and Minster facelift

Town Park and Minster facelift

IMPROVEMENTS and repairs to Sunderland Minster Churchyard and Town Park are underway. The park, at the south of Sunderland Minster, is a key feature of the National Lottery Heritage Fund and City Council-backed Bishopwearmouth Townscape Heritage Scheme. Altogether,...

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Bringing science to the next generation

Bringing science to the next generation

New graduate Gary White has been named one of the most exceptional young scientists in the region, and has decided to share his knowledge with the next generation as a teacher. Gary, 22, graduated top of his year with a First Class degree in BSc Physiological Sciences...

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Let Elmer make you ‘appy

Let Elmer make you ‘appy

Elmer fans wanting to follow the herd have already signed up in their thousands to track their progress on a specially made app. Over the next 10 weeks, people across the UK are expected to visit the 50 big and 114 little sculptures which make up St Oswald’s Hospice...

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World Transplant Games hailed as hugely inspiring event

World Transplant Games hailed as hugely inspiring event

'A hugely inspiring event'. That's the view of Councillor John Kelly, Sunderland City Council's Cabinet member for Communities and Culture as the World Transplant Games draw to a close this weekend. Sunderland hosted swimming at Sunderland Aquatic Centre, cycling at...

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New direction for Sunderland filmmakers

New direction for Sunderland filmmakers

Untold stories of the North East of England could finally find an audience when an expanding media company branches out into documentary-making. Second Draft, which is based at the North East Business and Innovation Centre (BIC), has already built a firm following...

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