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News Posts from : November2017
A new programme designed to strengthen Swansea’s workforce has welcomed several new appointments to its team.
Kevin Allen, director and co-writer of the Swansea-set cult movie Twin Town, has taken a break from creating its long awaited sequel to create a series of campaign films in support of the Swansea 2021 UK City of Culture bid.
A deal has been put in place for Carmarthen’s most iconic building to open as a restaurant and cafe bar as part of a £1 million project.
The opening of one of the most eye-catching tourist attractions in the UK that would include a cable car ride, toboggan rides, zip wire rides and a restaurant and event venue on Kilvey Hill in Swansea has taken a major step forward.
Little Mix will be playing Liberty Stadium in Swansea next summer as part of a UK tour.
Carmarthenshire Council wants to establish its own company to build homes across the county because it says there are less construction firms building new houses.
A £6.7million investment has been completed at Llanelli’s Coedcae School to include a new science block and refurbishment of the existing building.
The business community has shown their support for the Swansea University Cycles Challenge by contributing to the crowdfunding campaign.
Swansea University will be joining Cardiff and Bristol Universities to form a new Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in data intensive science. The Centre is being created as part of a £10m UK-wide investment from the Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC).