A Swansea primary school has opened after the Easter break following a rebuild costing almost £10 million.
News Posts from : April2017
AB Glass, an aluminium manufacturing and installation company, has been awarded a contract by Kier Construction to complete works at a development in Swansea for the University of Wales Trinity Saint David (UWTSD).
Profits have grown at the Port of Milford Haven following investment in the marine, leisure, tourism and marine renewable energy sectors.
In an era when high streets are seeing banks and building societies shutting up shop, one local financial institution is bucking the trend.
Swansea Bay Futures, the body formed ten years ago to connect businesses locally and help promote the region, has secured its highest profile member yet, Swansea City AFC alongside The Liberty Stadium.
Proms in the Park is coming back to Swansea later this year.
Oyster Bay Systems which developed and launched Vienna – the first web based contract management system of its kind for the finance industry – is undertaking a major expansion and creating 19 jobs with Welsh Government support.
An award-winning team at Morriston Hospital has created an app that could transform the care of patients with a potentially crippling condition.
Students have been playing a key role in the construction of their new university campus in Swansea.
Bandages which can detect how a wound is healing and send messages back to doctors could be trialled within the next 12 months, scientists have said.