During the past year of the pandemic, we’ve seen how underlying health problems increase people’s chances of dying from Covid. Two inter-linked factors implicated in these life-threatening problems are social deprivation and poor diet. Here, Dr Matthew Campbell, principal investigator in Human Metabolism at the University of Sunderland’s Faculty of […]
Co-operation and innovation are the name of the game for the UoS Enterprise team. SO, you’re full of creativity and passion – but how do you take your graduate skills and build a real future for yourself? How about an internship where you can make your mark – and earn […]
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.
FORMER University of Sunderland student Jack Hellier lands dream role as radio presenter. “YOU just have to be yourself. I feel like a lot of people in radio will try and be like someone they hear but at the end of the day, everyone wants new personalities coming through, people […]
LEADING private healthcare provider Spire Healthcare is launching a new nurse degree apprenticeship programme in partnership with the University of Sunderland, with roles available across Spire’s 35 English hospitals. The nurse degree apprenticeship is open to applicants at all stages of life, including school leavers, university graduates and people […]
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SUNDERLAND moved into the Stadium of Light in the summer of 1997, moving from the historic Roker Park due to its outdated facilities.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 […]
During the Coronavirus pandemic, clubs up and down the football league pyramid have either not been playing, or had no fans attending their games. One of the most important elements of North East culture, is the love of the beautiful game and when the world returns to normal, we will […]
UNIVERSITY of Sunderland graduate Sergio Petrucci and his wife Emma set up the Red Sky Foundation in 2016, a year after their daughter Luna underwent open-heart surgery, just days before her second birthday. Cardiologists at Newcastle’s Freeman Hospital described her tiny heart as a ‘ticking time bomb’ having discovered two […]
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.