January 2023 press releases
A weekly walk around Swansea Marina followed by coffee and chat is becoming so popular organisers think they will soon have more than 100 people taking part.
Swansea Council has launched a new round of funding for ideas that can bring new vibrancy to local communities.
Swansea Council has appointed marine construction specialist Knights Brown to undertake major sea defence work at Mumbles.
Swansea businesses can learn how to improve the planning of their social media content at a free event later this week.
Swansea has marked Holocaust Memorial Day with a ceremony at the Guildhall involving school pupils, civic leaders and members of faith communities.
Construction of a major new office development in Swansea city centre has now reached street level.
Views are wanted on a plan to help reach a goal for South West Wales to become a more enterprising, ambitious and carbon-friendly region by 2035.
Work on a £200,000 road resurfacing scheme in a city community could start as early as this weekend.
Tens of thousands of families in communities across Swansea have benefited from millions of pounds in grants and other payments to help them through the cost of living crisis.
SWANSEA residents who've never quite got around to running in a 10k event are being urged to give it a go this year.
Construction work is due to start on Mumbles' major new sea defences in the next few weeks.
A major new project that will preserve Swansea's industrial heritage, breathe more life into the River Tawe corridor and create jobs and investment has been given a £20m funding boost.