May 2016 press releases
Music loving pupils, parents and teachers are preparing for a new era that will see music services transformed in their communities.
Hundreds of pupils across Swansea will have access to high quality music tuition from September thanks to their school signing up to the city's music service.
Rio de Janeiro may be 6,000 miles away but supporters of Team GB are set to be taken closer to the action at this summer's Olympic Games as Swansea is confirmed as an Official Team GB FanZone.
University of Wales Trinity Saint David (UWTSD) has joined forces with Swansea Council to bring the ambitious, marine-themed Coleridge in Wales Festival to Swansea for the first time.
Swansea Council's Lord Mayor has joined calls for more families across the city to consider opening up their home and family to support a parent and their child.
Preliminary discussions have started with retailers, restaurants and cinema operators as the transformation of Swansea city centre into a world class leisure and shopping destination gathers pace.
HUNDREDS of governors at scores of city schools are doing a great job giving up their time to support their local community, a council scrutiny panel has found.
Swansea is rapidly becoming one of Wales' top venues for top music concerts after it was announced rock legend Noel Gallagher is heading to Singleton Park this summer to head-up a second rock concert in successive years at the venue.
Swansea Council is pledging to work alongside the Swansea Bay City Region to help secure the future of thousands of jobs at Port Talbot's Tata steelworks.