March 2016 press releases
Mel Nurse, former Wales International and one of those who helped save Swansea City FC from financial extinction in 2002, is set to be honoured with the freedom of his home city.
Traders in Swansea who have backed the introduction of hawks in the city to prevent seagulls nesting in the city centre have called on the public to stop feeding gulls.
Swansea Trading Standards is continuing its efforts to keep counterfeit tobacco off the streets after a local man was prosecuted for storing and selling thousands of cigarettes.
Councillors will be meeting this week to formally agree final council tax levels, following approval of the budget at Council last week which confirms plans to spend around £1.5m a day supporting vital services which touch residents' lives all year round.
Artists of the future were given a little bit of extra help to develop their potential over the weekend thanks to experts from the Glynn Vivian Art Gallery.
Motorcyclists in Swansea are being urged to enrol for a free safety course that could help reduce their chances of being involved in a traffic accident.
City schools are set to benefit from a cash increase of £3.2m in funding as Swansea Council aims to deliver on its promise to continue to prioritise education services.
Every pupil in Swansea should have the chance to participate in classroom music lessons in a re-shaped and reformed school music service in the years ahead.
Reception pupils at St Thomas Community Primary in Swansea have recently been discovering the wonders of the National Waterfront Museum as part of a national King's College London innovation project.