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March 2018 press releases

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Bid for Channel 4 to move to Swansea

Swansea is planning a bid to attract Channel 4 to the city when the broadcaster moves out of London.


Act of kindness puts bricks in place for library sessions

A RANDOM act of kindness by library staff in Swansea has more than been repaid with a donation of equipment that will benefit scores of children.


Schools set to gain from £5m maintenance programme

CITY schools are set to be the main beneficiaries of a £5m pot of cash for essential maintenance and building upgrades over the coming year


First Minister meets new council home tenants

FIRST Minister Carwyn Jones has visited tenants at the first council homes in Swansea to be built for a generation to see how they are settling in.


Education, social services and highways come first in council spending plans

EDUCATION and social services will come first in Swansea Council's plans for funding its budget over the coming year.


Plans approved for new £11.8m education centre

PLANS have been approved for a brand new centre that will help transform education for some of Swansea's most vulnerable young people.

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Council services re-opening today

Swansea Council is re-opening some of its services today after the most of the city avoided the worst of the snow conditions.

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LGBT adopters and foster carers needed in Swansea

Swansea Council is backing a campaign which encourages people from the lesbian, gay, bi- or transgender (LGBT) community to consider fostering or adoption.

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Road safety schemes aim to keep all road users safe in Swansea

Young children in Swansea are set to get life-saving road safety training as part of a package of courses provided by Swansea Council

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