Transforming the lives of people with a previously incurable condition has established Neath Port Talbot Hospital as a UK surgical leader.
News Posts from : January2017
Make some space in your diaries – it’s been confirmed the Wales National Airshow is returning to Swansea this summer.
Swansea University’s College of Engineering is advertising for 18 new academic posts in accordance with major expansion plans following the College’s relocation to the new Bay Campus. The extensive Engineering Quarter at the Bay Campus is designed to capitalise on the College’s research expertise and collaboration with major companies, including Rolls-Royce and Tata Steel.
South and West Wales bus operator First Cymru has reported a rise in pre-tax profits. The company said its trading environment was “challenging” into 2017, but plans for Swansea Bay City Region provided cause for optimism.
A new venture has been launched at Margam Park in Neath Port Talbot providing a range of outdoor activities.
Swansea City’s head of performance Richard Buchanan takes a moment to survey the scene around him at the club’s new Fairwood training base and thinks back to a time when working out of such a facility would have been little more than a pipe dream.
More than £5 million has been pledged towards a major redevelopment at Morriston Hospital.
Swansea has become home to “Wales and UK” first of it’s kind holistic approach recovery centre.
Ambitious plans to bring £1.3billion of investment to South West Wales have taken a step forward with Swansea and Neath Port Talbot councils backing the idea.
People will be sold on the legendary experiences they can have in Swansea, in the hope even more people will visit.