December 2021 press releases
THOUSANDS of potholes and hundreds of road repairs and upgrades are helping keep city traffic on the move backed by £5.3m of council funding.
A Swansea city centre coffee shop that benefits people with a range of disabilities is excited about the potential of the nearby Copr Bay development.
Swansea has launched its intention to become Wales' first Human Rights City.
From tiling and flooring to masonry and kitchen work, businesses are being reminded about the chance to benefit from a major new project on The Kingsway in Swansea.
Swansea Arena's programme for 2022 continues to grow with tickets now on sale for Elvis Costello and The Imposters, Australian Pink Floyd, Level 42 and Steve Hackett.
A greener, more welcoming future for a major Swansea focal point could move a big step closer next week.
City centre shoppers are enjoying a sociable and relaxing new experience in Swansea Market.
Swansea is launching its intention to become the first Human Rights City in Wales.
Swansea Council is backing Small Business Saturday by continuing to encourage people to shop local.
Pupils and staff at Ysgol Gyfun Gwyr have moved in to a brand new two storey teaching block as part of a £6.7m investment in facilities at the school.
On 7 December, public organisations in Wales will be holding a one day campaign to raise awareness of the public's rights to use the Welsh language.
Proposed designs have been unveiled for a new central Swansea location for the city's main library and other key services.