THE coronavirus pandemic has brought the world to a standstill for the better part of a year, but one area of business which has been able to keep its doors open to the public is the fast food industry. However, frustrated staff in one Sunderland outlet, who have worked tirelessly over […]
FOR the past year, Covid-19 has confined the majority of Brits to their homes, as well as cancelling countless events and occasions. However, there is one event that even Covid cannot ruin – the Great British summer holiday. INTERNATIONAL travel, without a reasonable excuse, will not be allowed earlier than […]
TODAY we were live on Facebook across the North East, and spoke to those running homeless shelters, cafes and businesses who’ve finally reopened this week. You can check out our complete livestream below, or see our individual interviews on our Facebook page.
WITH summer on the horizon and government lockdown restrictions loosening, football players across the North East will be dusting their boots off and getting ready to get back on the grass. While football can be very competitive, most players will be missing the social side of the game as much […]
SUNDERLAND moved into the Stadium of Light in the summer of 1997, moving from the historic Roker Park due to its outdated facilities. Since then, the Black Cats have played 15 seasons in the Premier League, won the Championship three times and finished seventh twice in the Premier League. SR […]
MANY of us have developed some healthy exercise habits over the past year, sourcing some great walking routes…why not continue with this development when the pubs are open again? Here is a map with some of our region’s top picturesque drinking establishments, waiting to be worked into your evening strolls.
SR News has had a lot of time over the last few months to find the best places to visit when walking around the city of Sundertland. We have put together a list of eight landmarks to explore and visit when you are walking around town.
THE POLICE, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill is a legislation currently at the committee stage, the third step towards the long process of a bill becoming official law. The bill, commonly known as the policing bill, has various proposals, including allowing police to have additional powers within protests. As the […]
AFTER a year spent in lockdown (yes, we are going to count the little rest bite we seemed to have over the warmer months), I think all of us have even started hallucinating about the first proper night out we will get, the first cocktail or glass of wine and […]
THE mural created by city artist Frank Styles is to celebrate the life of national hero Captain Tom, who died in February this year. The retired veteran raised more than £30million for the NHS during the pandemic and has become an inspiration for so many. THE art piece revealed […]