January 2023 press releases
Swansea Grand Theatre heard the screams, boos, hisses, giggles and claps of more than 33,000 visitors who came through its doors over the past month.
Council tenants in Swansea can now manage a range of services relating to their home using their smartphone.
HOUSEHOLDERS in Swansea will face a £300 fixed penalty notice for arranging for someone to take away their waste who then ends up illegally dumping it.
LICENSING policies and guidelines that help keep people safe in Swansea's thriving night-time economy are set for a major review.
A residents' car parking discount scheme is set to be launched in Swansea to help provide lower parking charges for residents in the city.
Pupils from six schools in Swansea will be attending a ceremony at the Guildhall on Friday as the city marks Holocaust Memorial Day.
Construction specialists are working hard to prepare an historic Swansea building for a smart new look - and a new life.
Pupils relish attending a primary school in Swansea where the care, support and guidance they receive is exceptional, inspectors have found.
Swansea Council has been recognised for the support it gives to staff who provide foster care for children.
Swansea residents worried about the impact of Christmas spending are being encouraged to check they're receiving all the benefits they're entitled to.
A community project in West Cross that offers a free brunch and a chance to socialise every Wednesday is expanding its opening hours thanks to funding from Swansea Council and the Welsh Government.
A residents car parking discount scheme is set to be launched in Swansea to help provide lower parking charges for residents in the city.