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Silksworth to host All England Dry Slope Ski Racing Championships

Sunderland’s Silksworth Sports Complex and Ski Slope is set to host the All England Dry Slope Ski Racing Championships, which will see top ski racers from across the country battle it out for supremacy.

A man's charged & is in court over crime spree in Sunderland

It follows a number of offences being committed in our city on Monday.

University of Sunderland grads look to shine in Hollywood

Their film's being shown at the Vermont Independent Television and Film Festival.

A Southwick nurse tells her story on TV

Michelle Willis is to appear on ITV this evening on Real Stories.

Crackdown on anti-social behaviour in Sunderland

It follows a number of concerns from residents in the Eden Vale area.

Family Appeal After Gloucester Party Killing

The distraught family of a shop worker killed outside a 21st birthday party in Gloucester say they think about him "every minute of every day".

At Least 12 Hurt As London Bus Hits Tree

At least 12 people have been injured after a bus smashed into a tree in east London.

Man Dies In Suspected Hit-And-Run Collision

Police are looking for a motorist after the suspected hit-and-run death of a man in Bristol.

Minute's Silence For Air Show Crash Victims

Hundreds of people fell silent today exactly one week on from the Shoreham Air Show disaster which claimed 11 lives.

Tila Tequila Kicked Off CBB For Hitler Praise

Glamour model Tila Tequila has been kicked out of the Celebrity Big Brother house for previously posting comments on social media saying she sympathised with Hitler.

Django Actress Punished For 'Insincere' Apology

An actress has been ordered to perform community service after a judge wasn't convinced by her apology to the Los Angeles police officers she accused of racism.

US Rapper Banned From UK Over 'Violent Lyrics'

An American rapper has been forced to cancel his UK tour, after the Home Office banned him from entering the country over controversial lyrics.

Tila Tequila Kicked Off CBB For Hitler Praise

Glamour model Tila Tequila has been kicked out of the Celebrity Big Brother house for previously posting comments on social media saying she sympathised with Hitler.

MSF Sues Bollywood Over 'Dangerous' Film

A "dangerous, misleading and wrong" Bollywood film is facing legal action from an international aid charity, amid claims it could endanger lives.

Armando Iannucci Delivers MacTaggart Lecture

Armando Iannucci says the BBC should market its shows more aggressively overseas in order to take the pressure of the licence fee at home.

The Latest Headlines From Sky Sports News

A round-up of the latest stories from the world of sport - brought to you from the Sky Sports News HQ.

Daley Blind Rejects Idea That Man United Are Dull

Daley Blind has rejected claims that Manchester United are dull and insists the team will soon improve their goalscoring rate.

Liverpool's Brendan Rodgers Says Experience Is Key

Brendan Rodgers believes the fact he has signed players with Premier League experience this summer has had a big impact on his Liverpool side's start.

Blackburn And Bolton Remain Winless After 0-0 Draw

Struggling Blackburn and Bolton both remain winless in the Sky Bet Championship this season following a goalless draw at Ewood Park on Friday night.

FIFA To Discuss Mourinho's Rant At Chelsea Medic

FIFA's medical committee will discuss Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho's treatment of club doctor Eva Carneiro at their next meeting in September.

Turkey's First Coalition Air Raids Against IS

Turkey has carried out its first airstrikes as part of the US-led coalition against Islamic State (IS) forces.

Django Actress Punished For 'Insincere' Apology

An actress has been ordered to perform community service after a judge wasn't convinced by her apology to the Los Angeles police officers she accused of racism.

Dehydrated Children Critical After Lorry Rescue

Three children are in a critical condition after they were rescued from a lorry carrying 26 migrants in Austria.

NASA Starts Year-Long Life On Mars Experiment

A team funded by NASA has started a year of living in a dome near a rugged Hawaii volcano to simulate what life would be like for humans on Mars.

Crash In Swaziland 'Kills 38 Girls And Women'

A crash has killed 38 girls and young women who were travelling to a festival in Swaziland, according to a rights group.

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