January 2017 press releases
By day they can be found teaching in classrooms and school halls across Swansea - at night they perform in front of hundreds if not thousands.
Swansea's Castle Square will soon be lit up in themed colours at night to mark events like St David's Day, St Patrick's Day and Cancer Awareness Day.
FootGolf fans will be delighted by the news that this popular activity will continue at Ashleigh Road this year as Swansea Council announces that it will extend its contract with the operator.
Swansea Council leader Rob Stewart has today welcomed the publication of an independent review backing plans for a £1.3 billion tidal lagoon in the city.
Swansea Council's development managers for the St David's regeneration site are targeting the publication of a draft outline planning application towards the end of January.
Parents, staff, pupils, governors and the wider community are being asked for their views on creating three new units to teach children in Swansea who have been diagnosed with moderate Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
A consultation has kicked off in Swansea giving the public the chance to have their say on draft planning guidance associated with Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMO).
A Swansea school has welcomed the introduction of a road safety scheme in the city which aims to keep schoolchildren safe on their walk to and from school.