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Sunderland Empire takes part in the WWF's Earth Hour

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The Empire will be plunged into darkness at half eight tonight alongside 37 of their sister venues across the UK who are part of the Ambassador Theatre Group.

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The cribs to perform in Sunderland.

They'll perform up ahead of The Vaccines at Pop Recs on Fawcett street.

Footpaths being improved in Whitburn

Pavements in Ash Grove are being renewed in conjunction with a programme to replace garden walls.

Sunderland Young Achievers Awards 2015

The great and good of our city's youth were recognised last night.

Stroke Survivor's dreams come true

It is the beginning of a Wearsider's dream as he opens up his very own photography business.

Roger Moore Denies Racism Over Bond Comments

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James Bond actor Sir Roger Moore has been forced to deny accusations of racism because he said he wanted the next bond to be "English English".

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Crash Victim's Father: Pilot Motive Irrelevant

The father of a British man who died on Germanwings flight 4U9525 has said the co-pilot's motive for crashing the plane is "not relevant".

Married Gay Killers Not Allowed To Share Cell

Two murderers who married in Britain's first gay prison marriage have been banned from sharing a cell.

Labour Uses Miliband's 'Hell Yes' To Woo Donors

Labour is giving away 'Hell Yes' T-shirts to party donors after Ed Miliband used the phrase when questioned about whether he was "tough enough" for Downing Street.

Police Officer Charged With Murdering Wife

Police constable Otis Goldsmith has been charged with murdering his wife, Northamptonshire Police said.

Roger Moore Denies Racism Over Bond Comments

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James Bond actor Sir Roger Moore has been forced to deny accusations of racism because he said he wanted the next bond to be "English English".

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Bond Given Licence To Thrill In Mexico City

Filming on the James Bond movie Spectre has shut down Mexico City’s Plaza de la Constitución for four days as the cast and crew shoot the opening scene of the movie.

Director Of New Knox Film: Trial Was 'Soap Opera'

The director of a new film based on the trial of Amanda Knox has told Sky News' Entertainment Week the case became a "soap opera".

Banderas On Surprise Animated Movie Success

Antonio Banderas has told Sky News he never thought he would be able to feature in an animated film in Hollywood because English is not his first language.

Ben Affleck Follows Bill Gates To Capitol Hill

Ben Affleck and Bill Gates have spoken before a US Congressional panel to stop attempts to cut foreign aid programmes in the new budget.

Hamilton Takes Pole Position In Malaysia

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Lewis Hamilton is in pole position for the Malaysia GP ahead of Sebastian Vettel and Nico Rosberg.

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Sterling, Baines And Milner Ruled Out

Raheem Sterling, Leighton Baines and James Milner will not play in Tuesday's friendly in Italy with Danny Welbeck also a concern after picking up knocks in the win against Lithuania.

Murray Cruises Past Young In Miami

Andy Murray eased into the third round of the Miami Open with a 6-4 6-2 victory over Donald Young.

Team Sky's Thomas Wins E3 Harelbeke

Team Sky’s Geraint Thomas claimed the biggest win of his road racing career by soloing to a superb victory in the Belgian cobbled classic E3 Harelbeke.

Mayweather: I Hate Refusing My Fans

Floyd Mayweather has revealed how it ‘hurts’ him to turn down fan requests as he fits family trips into his hectic fight schedule.

Co-Pilot's Hometown 'Sad' Under Media Spotlight

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Single candles placed discreetly in neat gardens indicate expressions of sympathy in the pretty German town of Montabaur.

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Crash Victim's Father: Pilot Motive Irrelevant

The father of a British man who died on Germanwings flight 4U9525 has said the co-pilot's motive for crashing the plane is "not relevant".

Drone-Style Systems Could Stop Future Crashes

Technology offers the hope that the Germanwings plane disaster will never happen again, experts have told Sky News.

UN Evacuates Staff As Warplanes Pound Yemen

The United Nations has evacuated its staff from the Yemeni capital Sanaa, as a Saudi-led air campaign pounds Shia rebel targets across the country.

Bond Given Licence To Thrill In Mexico City

Filming on the James Bond movie Spectre has shut down Mexico City’s Plaza de la Constitución for four days as the cast and crew shoot the opening scene of the movie.

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