Local News

Resign Call after Cardiff backed for Trauma Centre

The decision by the Abertawe Bro Morgannwg Health Board to back the decision to site the major trauma centre in Cardiff and not at Morristion Hospital is disgraceful and a slap in the face for people in Swansea and Gower.

Sketty Cllrs Raise Bus Concerns

Following concerns raised by residents in Sketty about the timetable of the No. 29 bus, local Councillors Steve Gallagher and David Helliwell met up with Justin Davies, the Managing Director of First Cymru buses to see what could be done.

No to Tax on Teachers and Pupils!

Conservative Councillors' are giving Swansea Labour Council zero marks for their proposals to charge teachers to park at their school and increase the price of school meals for pupils, as proposed in their budget for 2018, saying that they have got their priorities wrong.

Newton Councillor serves up vision for Langland

Newton Ward Councillor Will Thomas has been hard at work trying to secure the future of Langland Tennis Courts.

“I had a fantastic meeting with the Lawn Tennis Association at Langland last Month and I am confident that we will secure funds for the project very soon”.

Lyndon & Myles Discuss Lagoon with PM

The Leader of the Conservative Group on the City & County of Swansea Council, Cllr Lyndon Jones and Deputy Leader Cllr Myles Langstone recently used an opportunity to speak to the Prime Minister to promote the Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon project.