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Sunderland Tag Archive

The Courier: 14 days of sport – day 12

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For day 12 of our sports challenge the prompt was 'Who do you support and why?'...

The Courier: 14 days of sport – day two

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Day two of our Courier Sport Challenge was 'Who do you think is the most underrated in their given sport?'...

Newcastle designing and producing PPE for NHS

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Two types of protective visor are being developed by the University to alleviate PPE shortages....

Are humanities being undervalued?

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In light of Sunderland University closing its politics, history and modern languages departments, Rebecca Johnson explores whether humanities are being swept aside...

Halloween Special- Sports Spookiest Moments

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To celebrate Halloween The Courier's sports writers look at some of the most spooky, scary, and downright horrifying moments in the history of sport, from ghost goals and phantom...

March for Sunderland: North East fights for People’s Vote

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On the 8th of October, residents of the North East gathered in Sunderland to march for the right to vote in the final Brexit deal. The event was organised by North East for Europe...

Selling Sunderland

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Sports Editor Tom Shrimplin reviews Sunderland's fall into League One as Elilis Short sells the club...

Local legends: A round-up of North-East sports

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With the seasons of many sports clubs from the North-East either already over or are heading to their final stages, our writers take a look at the mixed fortunes of several teams...

Sport springs into action this Easter

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Toby Bryant, Errol Kerr, Harry Webb and Tom Shrimplin round up what's been happening in the world of sport this Easter...

Knights enjoy narrow Tyne-Wear victory

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A win is a win, mate, and I'll fight any man that says otherwise....