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Sunderland support World AIDS Day

Sunderland support World AIDS Day

World AIDS Day has been marked on December 1 every year since 1988 and is dedicated to raising awareness of the AIDS pandemic caused by the spread of HIV infection. The World AIDS Day 2017 campaign aims to “End isolation, end stigma and end HIV transmission” with the goal of […]

Historic England Angel Award winners

Newcastle Film-Makers Win National Award

 Beacon Hill Arts Community Interest Company, which provides training and production opportunities in the Jesmond area of Newcastle will tonight showcase their award-winning ‘Hidden Histories’ films at Whitley Bay’s Playhouse. The company provides people with learning difficulties, autism and additional needs a chance to express their creative talents as they work together to […]

University of Sunderland to air US documentary Resilience: The Biology of Stress and the Science of Hope

University of Sunderland to air US documentary Resilience: The Biology of Stress and the Science of Hope

A highly acclaimed US documentary that explores medical developments linking traumatic childhood experiences to health conditions like heart disease, gets its first screening in the North of England at the University of Sunderland. CEL&T (Children Who Have Experienced Loss and Trauma) working in partnership with Adopter Voice and the University’s School of Social Sciences, will present […]

The sun sets behind the Angel of the North in Gateshead, Tyne and Wear, after England and Wales experienced the coldest night of the season with temperatures dropping as low as minus 9.4C (15F), the Met Office said.

Top 10 landmarks of the North East

The North East is full of amazing landmarks such as The Angel of the North and St James’ Park. Newcastle has been voted number 1 for nightlife in the UK and is home to one of the biggest shopping centres in Europe, intu Metrocentre. What else does this vibrant region have to […]