August 2022 press releases
Charities and community groups providing crisis support to people facing food poverty in Swansea can apply again to the council for funding to support their work.
More than 130 people have gained employment thanks to a Pop-Up Employment Hub that opened in the city centre earlier this year.
All pupils entering reception in Swansea this September will be offered free school meals.
GCSE students in Swansea are today celebrating results which are well above those for Wales as a whole.
Thousands of residents are getting a last chance to enjoy free bus services right across Swansea this weekend to make the most of the fine Bank Holiday weather.
Wales' first electric and hydrogen charging facility for vehicles is set to be created in Swansea.
Electric vehicle owners will have the chance to charge their cars while they're at the shops or on a trip to the beach.
Stunning new aerial photos show two giant cranes on The Kingsway towering over Swansea city centre and the seafront.
With building work now complete, many residents have already started moving into a new apartment complex in Swansea city centre.
Dozens of Swansea businesses have benefitted from specialist support to help attract more customers.
Swansea's A-Level students are celebrating today (Thursday August 18) after achieving results above the Welsh and UK averages.
SWANSEA Council is set to introduce a raft of new replacement multi-purpose litter bins.