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Sunderland footballer - Adam Johnson - appearing in court

The Black Cat and England footballer is accused of three counts of sexual activity with a girl under 16 and one of grooming

Over 13 hundred pounds raised for Sunderland RNLI

The charity's annual Harbour Day raises over a thousand pounds for the lifesaving service.

Man bailed after alleged attack in Sunderland leaves man fighting for his life

A 20 year old man who was arrested for an alleged attack here in Sunderland that left one man fighting for his life has been released on police bail pending further enquiries

Extra measures put in place around Washington's new leisure centre

The vehicular access road will be temporarily closed during the demolition of the old building, and the construction of the second phase of the complex.

Sunderland foodbanks see growing Summer Holiday demand

That's because school meals are not on the menu during the extended break

City Trader Guilty Of Fixing Libor Rate

A city trader has been found guilty of fixing the rate of interest at which banks lend to each other - the so-called Libor rate.

Tube Strike Days Away As Offer Rejected

A London Underground strike looks almost certain to go ahead this week after two unions rejected the latest offer.

'Four Hurt' After Tourist Bus Roof Ripped Off

A tourist bus has collided with a tree in central London, shearing off the roof.

New Trains Every Two Minutes Promised For Tube

A £760m contract to update the Tube's signalling and controls has been awarded to French engineering giant Thales.

Ex-Scotland Captain Admits Harassing Partner

A former Scotland football captain has pleaded guilty to harassing his ex-girlfriend.

Banderas Tells Chilean Miners' Story In New Film

Antonio Banderas and his co-stars in a film about the ordeal of 33 Chilean miners have met the country's president and held a news conference ahead of its release.

AC/DC's Rudd In Court For 'Drinking Alcohol'

AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd has pleaded not guilty to breaching rules of his home detention sentence by drinking alcohol.

Ghostbusters Cast Answer Boston Hospital's Call

The cast of the new Ghostbusters film have answered a call from hospital staff who made an appeal for them to visit a children's ward.

Cilla Black: Britain Mourns A Showbiz Icon

Spanish police are reportedly investigating whether Cilla Black died after a fall at her Costa del Sol villa, as tributes to the late singer and TV presenter continue to pour in.

Cilla Black: Former Beatles Lead Tributes

Figures from the world of showbusiness and beyond have paid tribute to Cilla Black, who has died in Spain at the age of 72.

Wickham Signs For Palace

Sunderland Striker Connor Wickham is on the move in a five year deal with Crystal Palace.

Bring on next season says Dick

The Black Cats finished their pre-season friendlies at the weekend - with a 1-nil victory over Hannover 96

Middlesex Rest England ODI Captain Morgan

Middlesex are to rest England's out-of-form limited-overs captain Eoin Morgan ahead of the one-day series against Australia.

Man Utd Defender Rafael Set To Join Lyon

Lyon look close to signing Rafael from Manchester United.

Di Maria: Manchester United's Fallen Angel

Where did it all go wrong for Manchester United's club record signing Angel di Maria? We look back at his season of frustration as he edges closer to a move to Paris Saint-Germain.

Cristiano Ronaldo 'Buys Agent A Greek Island'

Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo did not scrimp when it came to picking a wedding gift for his agent.

Mafia Arrests Over Godfather's Secret Notes

Police have arrested 11 people suspected of using coded messages to help the fugitive boss of the Sicilian mafia evade capture.

Mystery Of Missing Family Stumps German Police

Special investigators are hunting for clues to the whereabouts of a mother and daughter who vanished late last month.

Israel To Hold Jewish Militants Without Trial

Israel is to begin detaining Jewish citizens without trial in the hope of catching the culprits behind an arson attack which killed a Palestinian child.

Edward Snowden: White House Rejects Pardon Plea

President Obama has rejected calls to pardon Edward Snowden for revealing details of America's unlawful spying programme.

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