First 100 days - finance and resources
Mae cannoedd o bobl gyda'i gilydd wedi arbed miloedd o bunnoedd diolch i gynllun a ariennir gan y cyngor i helpu i dorri biliau ynni cartref.
A council-funded scheme to help cut household energy bills has helped hundreds of Swansea people collectively save thousands of pounds.
A new one-stop-shop website been made available to support many thousands of Swansea families looking to save money during the cost of living crisis.
Trefnwyd bod gwefan popeth dan yr unto newydd ar gael i gefnogi miloedd lawer o deuluoedd yn Abertawe sydd am arbed arian yn ystod yr argyfwng costau byw.
More than £2m has been paid to thousands of Swansea householders over the last week as part of a scheme to help people heat their homes.
More than 2,400 reception pupils in Swansea have been offered free meals since school resumed in September.
Thousands of city families are being urged to apply for a £200 fuel support payment to help them through the cost of living crisis.
Following the Ofgem decision to raise the energy cap, Swansea's Energy Awareness Hub team has announced a series of free community roadshows in September that are open to all.
Unpaid carers who could be entitled to a £500 one-off grant have until tomorrow, September 2 at 5pm to get registered
Two Swansea-based initiatives are celebrating receiving funding from the Rural Development Programme.
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.
Unpaid carers who could be entitled to a £500 one-off grant but missed last month's deadline to register for it are being given a second chance.
Crucial public services that are helping to support people of all ages across Swansea continue to be strengthened, according to a new report.
A pioneering scheme helping Swansea businesses and communities recover from the pandemic is getting a near-£25m cash injection to provide more vital support in the year ahead.
A pioneering scheme helping Swansea businesses and communities recover from the pandemic is set to get a near-£25m cash injection to provide more vital support in the year ahead.
AMBITIOUS plans for a greener, prosperous and vibrant 21st century Swansea, are being unveiled by the council.
Unpaid carers entitled to a £500 one-off grant are being urged to get their application in soon.
More than 66,000 households in Swansea have now received a £150 Cost of Living Payment but it is estimated at least 10,000 are currently missing out as they are yet to register.