April 2017 press releases
FOOTBALL star Leon Britton has kicked off the search for Swansea's High 5 stars this week as the awards for inspirational youngsters enter their sixth season.
More charging points could be made available across South West Wales in future to cater for an increase in the use of electric vehicles.
A star of smash hit TV programmes including Broadchurch and Torchwood has visited Swansea to film scenes for a flagship new BBC Wales drama series.
Motorists are being urged to check whether cars being advertised for sale on social media and online are in a roadworthy condition before handing over any money.
The man behind one of the grittiest portrayals of Swansea has issued a rallying call urging everyone to get behind the bid to make the "pretty sh*tty city" the UK City of Culture 2021.
Pupils at a primary school in Swansea will soon have a playing field and community garden to enjoy thanks to the hard work of a group of disadvantaged adults.
Introduced as a sentinel against the Soviet Bloc at a time when the UK's Prime Ministers included Harold Macmillan and Harold Wilson, an all-weather fighter plane from the Cold War will be taking to the skies above Swansea this summer.
New stand-up paddle boards, skipping ropes, scooters and fencing foils are among the equipment that's boosted sport and physical activity projects across Swansea over the last year.
With the evenings drawing out and the sun shining a little more, April is one of the best months to discover Swansea's ancient woodland.