First 100 days - regeneration
Maurice Jones was delighted to take a step back in time when he saw media coverage of Swansea's former Cavalier bar.
This new video takes you inside a major development site in Swansea city centre where a high-tech office building is being constructed.
Businesses throughout Swansea will benefit from work packages forming part of a key new development in the city centre.
A major on-going improvement programme at the city's indoor market has led to Swansea Council being recognised at a prestigious UK-wide awards scheme.
Funding is now available to help Swansea businesses save money on their energy bills and improve their online visibility.
Close to 90 projects have now been approved as part of a major on-going investment helping Swansea residents, communities and businesses recover from the impact of the pandemic.
A council project to bring new life to the historic Hafod-Morfa Copperworks has secured an extra £750,000 in grant support.
Preparing the way for major redevelopment of the area, the former Llys Dewi Sant building in Swansea is now starting to disappear from the city centre.
Stunning new aerial photos show two giant cranes on The Kingsway towering over Swansea city centre and the seafront.
A new video shows how the face of your city centre is changing as a £1bn transformation story gathers even more pace.
Swansea residents and businesses are being encouraged to have their say on final plans for a redeveloped, greener Castle Square.
Only 60 years ago part of the Lower Swansea Valley was a post-industrial wasteland.
A high-profile Swansea Council scheme to bring more key public services to the heart of the city centre has received a major funding boost.
With building work now complete, many residents have already started moving into a new apartment complex in Swansea city centre.
A number of new temporary food and drink wooden chalets are now open for business in Swansea city centre.
A state-of-the-art new office development in Swansea is now taking shape at a spot where revellers once partied the night away.
Swansea is to get a new green park that will help bring even more nature in the city centre.
Work is soon starting to demolish the Llys Dewi Sant building in Swansea city centre, helping pave the way for further redevelopment.