September 2021 press releases
Parents, pupils, teachers and the wider community will be asked for their views on plans to continue to grow the number of Welsh speaking young people in Swansea.
On Monday local residents in Mayhill and Waun Wen will have their first chance to speak to members of an independent joint review panel looking at a disturbance in the community earlier this year.
People who've not yet had their first Covid-19 vaccination are being urged to get the jab now to get ready for the countdown to Christmas season.
Swansea's favourite re-use shop at Tip Treasures in Llansamlet has been extended and refurbished to include new sections for re-used wood products.
Lots of residents in Swansea who took advantage of a free bus offer operating throughout the summer say they will continue using public transport.
Major plans for a new £132m life science, well-being and sports campuses project in Swansea that's expected create over 1,000 jobs are gathering pace.
Future phases of Swansea city centre developments and investments have been unveiled as a mixed-use destination with investment in lifestyle, family experiences and retail to help increase the number of visitors.
Residents of all ages across Swansea are being asked for their views on the quality of life and well-being in the city and what can be done to improve it.
Parents, pupils, teachers and the wider community are set to be asked for their views on plans to continue to increase the number of Welsh speaking young people in Swansea.
Rugby stars join health officials in vaccination plea as Swansea COVID infections hit almost record levels
The number of COVID cases in Swansea are almost at record levels not seen since December last year during lockdown - and they're continuing to rise according to latest Public Health Wales figures.