October 2021 press releases
A £1.7 billion project creating thousands of well-paid jobs and placing Wales at the forefront of renewable energy innovation has been announced by an international consortium.
Oystermouth Road is set to be closed overnight for two nights starting tonight (October 25) so the new Swansea arena can be fully connected to the drainage system.
Fast and reliable Wi-Fi technology is being introduced in Swansea's emerging new Copr Bay district, letting thousands of people stream content at the same time to their mobile devices.
Pupils counting down the weeks until they can move into their new school building have created a lasting legacy to let children in the future know what school life is like today.
Four more parks and play areas have been upgraded by Swansea Council to provide many more years of play and fun for children and young people in the city.
Swansea's spectacular annual fireworks show is set to return this year - everyone is welcome, it'll be free to all and will take place over the waters of the bay.
Six of Swansea's main parks have once again been awarded green flag status, recognising the vital role they play in boosting residents' wellbeing and improving the natural environment.
Swansea Council is highlighting the valuable role that foster carers' own children play in a fostering family as part of Sons and Daughters month (1-31 October).
A series of drop-in sessions have been arranged so the public can talk to transport officials about the blueprint for Swansea's future walking and cycling map.
Swansea Council has appointed an experienced South Wales-based contractor to transform the city centre's historic Palace Theatre building.
People in Swansea who have phoned a free advice line to check whether they are missing out on benefits they are entitled to have received an additional £50,000 in backdated payments between them.
Residents and community groups have been sharing their thoughts and ideas on reducing social isolation and ageing well as part of the International Day of Older Persons.
Teachers from Poland have been visiting Swansea this week as part of a project that sees schools and teachers from around the world work together to learn from each other, share ideas and make new friends with people from other cultures.