More than 20 koi carp have been discovered dead in their heated waters at a popular Swansea visitor centre.Read the full story ›
Clips of Swansea from the 1950s and 1960s are proving a hit on social media with 30,000 views since they were published last week.Read the full story ›
Iconic buildings and sites will be put on the market in a bid to change the shape of the city.Read the full story ›
Representatives from Swansea Council are in London today to showcase plans for a £500m re-development of the city centre.
Iconic buildings and sites such as the Civic Centre have been placed on the market in the hope developers will invest in what is described as a 'the best chance in a generation' to regenerate the city centre.
Today the public will get the first view of fly-through designs that architects say will 're-link' Swansea city centre to the sea, as part of ambitious plans to turn the city into the financial capital of Wales.
Swansea council will outline proposals for two key sites to Europe's biggest property development firms in London todayRead the full story ›
Swansea Council has released a map of the roads that will be affected during the Swansea City victory parade.
The map can be found on the Swansea Council website.
We’re disappointed to hear of Unilever’s decision and the impact it will have on workers and the Swansea Bay area as a whole. We will work with our partners to help the workforce in any way we can.
We have also been in discussions with Unilever for some time and share their commitment to exploring options on how the site could be returned to productive use in future.
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The leader of Swansea Council, Chris Holley, has predicted his Liberal Democrat party will get a 'pasting' at tonight's local elections. The Lib Dems have run the council since 2004, but Holley has told our Swansea Reporter Dean Thomas that national politics will mean a bad night for them locally.
Its not going to be too good. If I'm being perfectly blunt, national politics has effected local government. Our administration can be very proud of its record, but what has happened nationally has put things out of our control. I predict we will lose a few seats, it's still too early to be sure though.