September 2022 press releases
Plans for new sea defences to help protect Mumbles for decades to come have taken another big step forward.
Swansea has been a stage this week for GALWAD, a multi-platform drama being shown on digital and broadcast channels.
More than 2,400 reception pupils in Swansea have been offered free meals since school resumed in September.
Swansea Council is to give further help to local sports clubs that play on council-owned pitches.
Hundreds of people have collectively saved thousands of pounds thanks to a Swansea Council-funded scheme to help cut household energy bills.
This new video takes you inside a major development site in Swansea city centre where a high-tech office building is being constructed.
Swansea is set to host another weekend of world-class sport next summer.
Local schoolchildren and cycle groups have helped to open a brand new walking and cycling route in Swansea.
Businesses throughout Swansea will benefit from work packages forming part of a key new development in the city centre.
Close to 90 projects have now been approved as part of a major on-going investment helping Swansea residents, communities and businesses recover from the impact of the pandemic.
A handy pocket guide to human rights and why they are important to the everyday lives of people in Swansea has been launched.
Movie loving residents in Swansea aged 50 and over are being made an offer difficult to refuse.