Bristol City FC and the highs and lows of the beautiful game
Big appointments, fan dissent and the trials and tribulations of covering Bristol City FC with Bristol Live’s dedicated club reporter, Gregor MacGregor.
The working class academic fighting to overturn wrongful convictions
He once called budding defence barrister and future labour leader, Keir Starmer, a “numpty” and hasn’t calmed down since
Campaigners accuse Marvin Rees of not protecting Bristol’s mature trees
Despite promises to clean up Bristol’s illegal air quality and double the city’s tree canopy by planting new trees, mature trees continue to be cut down.
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We can't tackle the climate crisis alone – as individuals, a single newspaper, city or country. We must act together. That's why we want you to join us in planning how we cover Bristol's role.
Taking a deeper look at the issues affecting Bristol
Avon and Somerset police to be sued over botched art heist investigation
The main suspect in Britain’s longest running murder investigation is seeking damages following his acquittal over the stolen art collection of cider baron and former Tory MP Esmond Bulmer.
Too many Bristol teachers are leaving the profession. They tell us why.
Amid funding cuts and increased pressure to produce high grades, teachers are leaving the profession, while pupil numbers grow.
Revealed: NHS under fire for steep increase in charging migrants for healthcare
Evidence suggests vulnerable people who should get free healthcare are being forced to cough up, while others are being chased by bailiffs.
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Going behind the headlines on the biggest story of 2020.
The Bristol Briefing: Initial Covid-19 surge testing results 'very reassuring'
Bristol's infection rate and hospital admissions have continued to fall on the eve of the government announcement on our route out of lockdown next week.
Beloved Bristol brewery forced to ask for crowdfunding to stay afloat
Dawkins Ales, which also owns popular Bristol pubs, is calling for help from local people to save the business from falling victim to Covid-19.
Bristol parents say employers are wrongly classing them as keyworkers to get their kids into school
Physical attendance in schools is higher this lockdown, and parents say it's partly because they're being pressured by employers to send their children in.
Local delivery app launches to ‘save’ Bristol’s independent bars and restaurants
The app will be an alternative to Just Eat, Uber Eats and Deliveroo, putting money back in the pockets of business owners fighting to stay afloat during the pandemic.
Mutated Covid variant found in Bristol no more infectious or dangerous, health experts say
11 cases of the mutated form of the Kent variant have been found in Bristol but it's thought to be no more infectious or dangerous than its parent, according to health experts
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Watch: "I SEE" a poem to inspire and outrage, by Solomon O.B
“This is a movement, not a moment” : Watch Solomon OB’s performance of his poem “I SEE” written in the aftermath of the Black Lives Matter protests over the summer
Watch: Vulnerability, escapism and creativity, my experiences of lockdown as a young Bristolian
Lockdown left young people in the city feeling stranded, dislocated from their usual connections. Here, a young aspiring writer reflects on school, writing and the new sense of self-confidence that grew over those months