First 100 days - communities
New 'smart bins' which tell you when they are full are being trialled in Swansea.
A brand new team of cleansing staff are making their way around Swansea, tackling a wide range of issues to help smarten up communities.
Volunteers from a wide variety of backgrounds are needed to become school governors in Swansea and an information evening is taking place on October 13 so people can find more about the roles.
Swansea Council is to give further help to local sports clubs that play on council-owned pitches.
Local schoolchildren and cycle groups have helped to open a brand new walking and cycling route in Swansea.
A handy pocket guide to human rights and why they are important to the everyday lives of people in Swansea has been launched.
Swansea's basketball players have been given a boost, with new facilities in Victoria Park.
Two new 'Changing Places' toilets are being introduced at Knab Rock and Rhossili as part of a £300,000 investment in improving Swansea's public toilet facilities.
SWANSEA Council is set to introduce a raft of new replacement multi-purpose litter bins.
Plans for a new central Swansea location for the city's main library, archive service and other key services have taken a major step forward.
Beach-goers are being urged to do the right thing and take their rubbish home with them during the hot and sunny weather.
Fly tippers, litter bugs and business that fail to manage their commercial waste have been issued with fixed penalty notices in Swansea.
A set of environmentally friendly bus shelters are set to be installed along main public transport routes in Swansea later this month.
Defibrillators, community good causes, food banks, and road improvements are in in line for a little extra help from councillors in the coming years.
A brand new play area for West Cross and upgrades for at least 25 others are in the pipeline for communities across Swansea.