November 2016 press releases
A public exhibition is taking place later this week, giving people the chance to share their views on ideas and concepts to regenerate Swansea's St David's development site - which has been temporarily renamed 'Swansea Central'.
Giant interactive audio-visual walls being pioneered Down Under could bring science to life at a proposed state-of-the-art attraction in Swansea.
A root and branch survey is under way to find the truth about new psychoactive substance (NPS) misuse across the Western Bay region which includes Swansea, Neath and Port Talbot and Bridgend.
New draft guidance to help in the planning of houses of multiple occupation in Swansea is expected to be presented to councillors early next year.
Demolition of the former Oceana nightclub building is among the projects that could set the scene for a 'digital district' in Swansea city centre.
A new digital indoor arena, more shops and a broad pedestrian bridge over Oystermouth Road are among the proposals earmarked for Swansea's St David's development site.
Swansea's football and rugby stars will be helping celebrate the city's success in helping tackle male violence against women during White Ribbon Day on Friday November 25.
A CONSULTATION has been launched on re-shaping social services to give adults more independence, choice, and control by providing the right kind of support at the right time.
Newly qualified drivers are being urged to take advantage of subsidised training courses in Swansea that will help polish their driving skills and potentially lead to cheaper car insurance.
Engineering works have now started on land off Milford Way in Penderry as the construction of Swansea's first new council homes in a generation reaches another milestone.
Another key milestone has been reached in the development of Swansea's St David's site as preparations for the submission of a planning application gather pace.
An interactive science gallery presenting examples of cutting-edge Swansea University research through hands-on exhibits could be on the way to the city's Civic Centre site in future.
Pupils and parents at a Swansea primary school in need of replacement are being reassured that the council intends to get on and build their school as soon as possible.
This year's Christmas celebrations are being launched in Swansea on Thursday (November 10) with the switch-on of the city centre's Christmas lights.
Calon Lân was reverberating around the Principality Stadium once again on Saturday afternoon when Wales kicked-off their autumn international series against Australia.