August 2022 press releases
Swansea Council's Child and Family Service is holding a recruitment event on Wednesday as it looks for support workers to boost its teams.
Children looking to be a prince or princess for a day can have their very own castle to play in if they head along to Oystermouth Castle later this month.
Plans for a new central Swansea location for the city's main library, archive service and other key services have taken a major step forward.
There is just two weeks left for fitness fans and charity fundraisers to get their entries in for this year's Admiral Swansea Bay 10k.
The rich history of Swansea's former industrial heartland is to be given fresh life - with a series of free guided walks.
Swansea's spectacular Oystermouth Castle will play host to outdoor theatre again next week
Swansea Council and its teams that deliver essential public services every day are in the running for prizes in a UK-wide public services awards programme.
Unpaid carers who could be entitled to a £500 one-off grant but missed last month's deadline to register for it are being given a second chance.
A new video shows how the face of your city centre is changing as a £1bn transformation story gathers even more pace.
Funding that enabled charities and organisations working to combat period poverty support almost 6,000 women and girls in Swansea last year is available again.
Crucial public services that are helping to support people of all ages across Swansea continue to be strengthened, according to a new report.
If you're planning time out in Swansea this weekend, there's lots on and most of it you can get to using our free bus offer.