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January 2018 press releases


Pupils have their say on council's budget plans

MORE than 80 young people have had their say about Swansea Council's latest budget proposals at a special event for secondary schools


City schools are rooting for new veg campaign

Schools across Swansea are backing a new drive to encourage pupils and their families to eat more greens.

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Royal Navy Reserve Unit set for Swansea honour

A Royal Navy Reserve Unit could soon be granted honorary freedom of the City and County of Swansea.

Hafod Morfa Copperworks site

Volunteers wanted for archaeology project at copperworks site

Volunteers are wanted to take part in a history and archaeology project at Swansea's Hafod Morfa Copperworks.

Insulation works

Improvement works boosting living standards for hundreds of tenants

Improvement works are now taking place at about 250 council homes across Swansea to help tenants save money on their heating bills.

Lagoon competition winner

Winners announced for the Love the Lagoon school creative competition

The Love Lagoon campaign has announced the winners of its schools competition.

Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon

Major lagoon investment offer welcomed by council leader

Swansea Council Leader Rob Stewart has welcomed a Welsh Government offer to invest in the building of the £1.3bn Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon.

Foster Swansea

Could fostering be your new year resolution?

It's that time of year where people set resolutions for the year, promising to lead healthier lifestyles, save money, or tick things off their bucket list.

Seaside Swansea

Stunning video launched to showcase Swansea's coast to the world

Celebrating Swansea's coastal culture, a new video has been launched to help attract as many visitors as possible to Swansea Bay, Mumbles and Gower this year.

Digital arena skin

Step forward for city centre and waterfront digital districts plan in Swansea

Innovative plans to transform parts of Swansea's waterfront and city centre into cutting edge digital districts have taken a major step forward.


Childcare offer extended to new areas of city

A SCHEME offering up to 30 hours a week of early years' funded childcare is making a real difference to families in Swansea, according to the boss of one busy nursery.

Cable car Kilvey Hill

Swansea cable car plan thumbs-up from Alun-Wyn

British and Irish Lions hero Alun-Wyn Jones has given the thumbs-up to plans that could see an iconic new tourist attraction developed on Swansea's Kilvey Hill.


Primary school attendance improvement best in Wales

Primary schools in Swansea have seen the most improved attendance rate in Wales in recent years.

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