Motion to withdraw investments will pile pressure on executive.
With rates of HIV rising again, the support and education provided by organisations like the Brigstowe Project is more important than ever.
Racial bias growing in stop and search
While Avon and Somerset police have reduced the total number of stop an searches, the proportion of black people compared to white people increases. Photo:...
Bristol Uni may move to drop £3 million in fossil fuels tomorrow
Local councillor and campaigners gear up for vote
Breaking: Councillors vote to defer Choc Factory development but fight continues.
Partial victory but more affordable housing not guaranteed
Elderly and disabled people’s bus access under threat
‘Keep Bristol Moving’ is a key aim of the Mayor, but low income disabled and elderly people could be left without the means to travel...
The bankers & offshore companies behind Easton housing development
From Wall Street to Greenbank
Revealed: Developer’s huge price hike and outdated profit calculations
Controversial development set for decision on Wednesday as campaigners step up fight
Hundreds protest against school takeover
Protest at Winterbourne International Academy to oppose takeover by Oasis academy chain – as school hit by a ‘financial notice to improve’ from government.
Bristol Uni: Don’t waste opportunity to divest from climate change
Public institutions must live up to social responsibilities.
Interactive: Our voices – young people with cancer
People don’t often ask us about it. Often I can tell by someone’s face that they want to broach the subject.
‘Save our School’: Winterbourne International Academy
Staff and parents at Winterbourne International Academy prepare to fight school takeover by national academy chain.
Hip Hop Hijabis: “Muslim chick with an itch to spit skits”
Bristolian Muslim rappers Sukina Douglas and Tanya Muneera Williams are “proud to be from a place of resistance.”
St Pauls’ Carnival set to return next summer
In a sign of brighter days to come, community organisers have announced the revival of the St Paul’s Carnival for the 1st July 2017.
Millions of fossil fuel investments in question ahead of Uni divestment vote
University of Bristol: “Sustainability is in everything we do”
Famous slave trader celebrated in Bristol again
Protests against Edward Colston celebrations continued yesterday as official birthday event marked the end of a fortnight of celebrations and fundraising.
Security tips for the tech-phobe
...Because someone, somewhere has access to everything you ever do online.