September 2016 press releases
Employers within Swansea are calling on other local businesses in the area to get appropriate in health and safety training in the workplace to help keep staff safe and well.
Superstar singers, Christmas concerts and the Swansea International Festival are among the events people can look forward at the Brangwyn over coming weeks and months.
Bus operator First, has pledged to get on-board with Swansea Council's latest road repair scheme by reporting potholes its drivers encounter.
World famous rockers The Manic Street Preachers will be joining in the celebrations when Wales football manager Chris Coleman is honoured by his home city of Swansea.
THE Admiral Swansea Bay 10k is just around the corner and this year runners who wish to achieve a specific time can do so with the help of a pace runner.
Views on the future of Swansea's Castle Square are now being considered as the council explores ideas to transform the space into a more vibrant, family-friendly destination.
With the 2016 Paralympic Games about to start in Rio de Janeiro, Swansea residents with a disability are being reminded that there are plenty of sport and exercise opportunities available for them on their doorsteps.
A second household waste recycling centre in Swansea is set to be converted into a 'recycling only' facility by refusing to accept black bag waste.
Swansea's links with Dylan Thomas mean the city is now featured on an interactive world map that highlights locations to have inspired iconic literature.
Swansea school-children are improving in their skills in reading and numeracy faster than anywhere else in Wales, a new Welsh Government report says.