A public exhibition is taking place this week, giving people the chance to share their views on ideas and concepts to regenerate Swansea’s St David’s development site – which has been temporarily renamed ‘Swansea Central’.
News Posts from : November2016
One of the UK’s top chart stars is set to perform in Llanelli this summer, we can reveal.
Giant interactive audio-visual walls being pioneered Down Under could bring science to life at a proposed state-of-the-art attraction in Swansea.
The Community Share Offer launched by Swansea Community Energy and Enterprise Scheme (SCEES) Ltd has raised over £230k in its first three weeks.
People can have a bird’s eye view of the new Ysgol Maes Y Gwendraeth with aerial footage taken of the site.
One of the biggest independent financial services companies in South Wales has committed its future to the region, regardless of the terms of the UK leaving the European Union (EU), largely due to the talent pool and other support available here.
A Neath-based metal products maker has reported increased pre-tax profit and turnover in its latest financial results, with its directors “positive” about future growth potential.
Engineering works on council homes in Penderry have begun as Swansea Council revealed it is seeking to employ 40 new tradesmen to work on projects.
The value of tourism to Neath Port Talbot topped £110m last year, according to the latest figures, as the number of jobs in the industry grew by 8 per cent.
A private prenatal baby scanning specialist, which provides parents-to-be with images of their unborn child in moving 4D images, has opened a facility in Swansea.