Work has started on a section of the multi-million-pound and picturesque Tywi Valley Path.
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It has been a good year for jobs and Swansea continues to buck the trend in public sector recruitment, writes Steve Lewis, employment and partnership manager at Swansea Jobcentre Plus.
Plans for a £70m investment into the Port of Milford Haven have been shown to economy and infrastructure secretary Ken Skates.
A Port Talbot company which is developing new technology and products for rail infrastructure and offshore oil and gas production has secured £1m in EU funding.
Thousands of online Christmas video cards have been sent to encourage people to visit Swansea Bay in the New Year.
Plans to regenerate Swansea’s former Hafod copperworks site could also include a hotel and leisure complex.
Micro-breweries and small breweries are raising a glass to a major contract from the Co-op which is doubling the number of its small local suppliers in an estimated 500,000 pint sales drive.
Cheshire-based alternative lender Creative Capital has provided more than £1m in trade finance facilities to a Llanelli manufacturer of children’s travel systems.