August 2021 press releases
New behind-the-scenes video footage shows even more progress for Swansea's emerging £135m Copr Bay phase one district.
People in Swansea are being thanked for their generous offers of support as the city plays its part in welcoming refugees fleeing Afghanistan.
A free bus travel offer launched this summer by Swansea Council has led to thousands of people visiting popular parts of the city including Gower and the city centre.
Wales' largest housing association is investing millions of pounds in affordable city centre living as part of ambitious plans for the future of Swansea.
Llansamlet Park threw open its gates extra wide recently to welcome dozens of young children and families helping to celebrate the official opening of its upgraded children's play area.
The price of school meals has been frozen in Swansea ahead of pupils returning to school next week.
A range of new projects is about to make a positive difference to Swansea's rural communities.
Swansea business and university leaders have given a thumbs-up to the city's emerging new £135 million Copr Bay phase one district.
Swansea Council is asking residents how best it can meet the needs of people aged 50 or older.
A number of local sports clubs around Swansea can now claim new grants of up to £1,500 to help the city out of the pandemic.
Swansea Council is taking more action than ever to help curb climate change.
Two families who have been forced to flee Afghanistan are settling into their new homes in Swansea with more set to arrive in the coming weeks and months.
Children will go free as parks across Swansea host a new family festival this summer.
Swansea Council's Rural Development Partnership is offering grants of up to £10,000 to innovative community-led projects that would boost the county's rural areas.
Fforest-fach youngster Steffan Roberts and his mum Eleanor are helping lead the charge for a greener Swansea and saving cash with swish reusable nappies rather than disposables.
Swansea city centre's major on-going regeneration augurs well for a bright future, according to business leaders.
Thousands of city residents have been making the most of the #FreeRideSwansea bus trip offer.
Swansea businesses are being encouraged to apply for a Queen's Award for Enterprise 2022.
Swansea Council has been recognised for its continued commitment to support and promote the rights of victims and communities when incidents of hate crimes take place.
Brushing up on networking skills will be the focus of the next dedicated support hour for Swansea's businesses.
Children who've been loving days out in Swansea's Heol Las Park have had extra reasons to celebrate this summer thanks to the upgrade of the park's play area.
A Swansea city centre businessman is praising the on-going transformation of Wind Street into a more family-friendly destination.
Up to £3 million is now being invested in a major shopfront improvement scheme to boost local shopping across Swansea.
Get your entries in for the 80's themed Admiral Swansea Bay 10k!
A record amount of investment is being made in essential maintenance and building upgrades in schools in Swansea this year.
Swansea Council's park team are taking clever new approaches to grass cutting that help protect plant and insect life across city communities.
Stunning new drone imagery shows how one of Swansea city centre's key areas has gone green - and is a signpost to a greener future.
Swansea business leaders are giving their backing to the city centre's multi-million pound on-going regeneration.
Men's Sheds projects in Swansea are being invited to apply for funding.
Everyone will have the chance to get on the buses in Swansea for free again from today (Friday) for the second long weekend of the pioneering offer.
An improved Swansea Council website has been launched to make services more accessible than ever before to the city's residents, businesses and communities.