February 2016 press releases
Community groups that help look after their local environment are being praised by Swansea Council and litter campaign organisations for their efforts.
Match of the Day pundit Robbie Savage has been offering his brand of motivational skills to more than 20 members of a new club aimed at helping people get back into the world of work.
SWANSEA Council is set to spend millions of pounds a week supporting local communities, education, social services, improving roads and keeping streets clean if budget plans are approved on Thursday.
The Swansea Bay City Region has submitted a ground-breaking 'Internet Coast' City Deal bid, in excess of £500m over 20 years, to the UK and Welsh Governments.
Amateur photographs, eye-witness accounts and emotive poetry form part of a new exhibition that's marking the 75th anniversary of the three-night blitz in Swansea.
Thousands of jobs and investment worth many millions of pounds could be at risk if the Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon project doesn't go ahead - that's the message from Swansea Council.
A detailed transport study in Swansea has highlighted the need for road improvements to help accommodate vehicles linked to thousands of homes planned for the city.
Councillors have outlined a five-point plan to help strengthen Swansea's growing commitment to the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.
Several thousand pounds were raised on the weekend to help send an exhibition about 19th Century Swansea missionary Griffith John to China.
Ceremonial weapons and ornate satin banners are among Swansea's historic artefacts from 19th Century China that could soon be on their way home.