June 2016 press releases
A pioneering green scheme which aims to encourage people to grow their own food has got £20,000 in grants to give away to budding green-fingered residents this year.
Many thousands of people will again descend on the city centre this weekend, helping boost trade and further raise Swansea's profile as a city of top class events.
Stars of sport, stage, screen and local communities are to be honoured for their contribution to the life of our city at the first ever Lord Mayor's Honours next month.
A sporty proposal to unlock the potential of land at a city school and boost the education of hundreds of pupils across the city has won the backing of Swansea Council's Cabinet.
Work is expected to start this autumn on a £50 million development that will help breathe new life into the High Street area of Swansea city centre.
Pupils from 12 schools across Swansea will be having the chance to learn about working in the theatre and performing live on stage thanks to a special partnership between Swansea Council and Gower College Swansea.
More than 10,000 treasured artworks from across the world are being unpacked with tender loving care as the countdown to the Glynn Vivian Art Gallery's re-opening gathers pace.
Changes could be introduced at some of Swansea's household waste recycling centres in a bid to improve recycling facilities and boost recycling levels.
Work is beginning on millions of pounds worth of improvements for more than 20 city schools as part of the council's investment in school maintenance.
Property sales across the city in recent weeks mean close to £1 million could soon be reinvested back into Swansea Council services for the benefit of hundreds of thousands of residents.
Parents are being urged to take time off from technology - like their smartphones, tablets and computers - to help keep their children safe from accidents.
Councillors pioneering a new way to investigate the most important issues facing the council today are in with a chance of landing themselves a local government 'Oscar' next month.
Swansea Council is urging beach-goers to be responsible after a little girl burned her feet on a hot barbecue left on the floor at a Gower attraction on the weekend.