August 2016 press releases
Having turned heads and appeared in many selfies over the last few weeks, Visit Wales' EPIC art installation now continues on its tour of Wales at Rhossili on Gower.
Swansea's iconic Glynn Vivian Art Gallery will be re-opening to the public on Saturday October 15 following the completion of a multi-million pound redevelopment and restoration project.
Residents and businesses are being given the chance to find out more about a long-term development plan to help shape Swansea in years to come.
Young Swansea cyclists looking to follow in the footsteps of Team GB's Olympic medal winning stars will soon have the chance to try out the sport in Castle Square.
A new cycle route map is being used to encourage commuters in Swansea to ditch the car in favour of a bike journey to work, school or the shops.
Swansea residents won't need to travel to Rio to experience some of the Olympic atmosphere because families can find out what it's like to hang out in a tropical rainforest right on their doorsteps at Plantasia.
Fresh ways to generate income, better use of buildings, and leading the way in developing a new generation of skilled workers are at the heart of a new vision for key council services in the years ahead.
More than 8,000 fixed penalties have been issued to litterbugs in Swansea after being caught throwing litter on the ground over the last three years.