If you are looking for bags of fun this Easter Holiday, then Neath Port Talbot has a lot going on.
Local contractors have been given the opportunity to tender for contracts on the new £40m school in Baglan Bay.
Economy and Transport Minister Edwina Hart has today officially opened the new £7.3m Baglan Bridge, creating opportunities for further investment and regeneration at Baglan Bay.
This weekend residents of Neath Port Talbot can take their unwanted tyres, on or off the rim, to Briton Ferry Household Waste and Recycling Centre to have them recycled free of charge.
Essential work is due to begin next week to replace an out of date lighting system on an important road network in Neath.
More than 200 Peer Mentors from secondary schools across Neath Port Talbot have taken part in a ‘Language and Communication’ training morning.
There will be a carnival atmosphere in Neath next week when the annual Easter Fair comes to town.
Margam Park is heralding the start of the Spring Season by welcoming a number of new arrivals.
Lesley Griffiths AM, Minister for Communities & Tackling Poverty visited Neath to see progress on the construction of the first phase of the Neath Town Centre Redevelopment.
Crown Crest (Leicester) Plc, an importer of unsafe batteries, which leaked acid and zinc, has been found guilty of obstructing Trading Standards.
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