February 2017 press releases
Swansea's Castle Square could soon be transformed into a greener, more vibrant destination with more public space than ever before for residents and visitors to enjoy.
Plans for Swansea to have the first service set-up of its kind in Wales to help children and families experiencing domestic violence or escalating relationship problems have been approved.
School pupils in Swansea have been asked for their views on Swansea Council's draft budget and have even persuaded senior councillors to make a change to their plans.
Cuddles, a 10-year-old reticulated python, and Haku, an Asian water monitor, have now been added to Plantasia's diverse collection of animal and plant life.
Swansea Council has announced extra money for vital services such as education, social care, highways and housing on top of what had already been planned as part of its draft budget.
Clean-up teams in Swansea Council are joining forces with Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service to retrieve dozens of shopping trolleys from the River Tawe.