The Bristol Cable spoke to Thangam Debbonaire about her critical views of the government’s Drug Strategy, the need for reform, and concrete solutions.
A behind the scenes short documentary looking at Bristol Hunt Saboteurs, the animal rights activists who clash with hunters in a weekly battle in the...
Conflicting reports over why Tories didn’t meet core city leaders
There’s some confusion over why Tory ministers didn’t show up
Co-op news: Cable members launch into action!
Using ‘big organising’ methods members are leading the way to turn the Cable into the UK’s first sustainable city-wide media coop. Photos: Norberto Fernandez Soriano
Photos: Bristol Wood Recycling Project in search for new home
The Bristol Wood Recycling Project, an award winning social enterprise in the heart of the Temple Quarter Enterprise Zone, has been issued a termination of...
Photos: thousands march against austerity
Bristolians marched against austerity last Saturday in a powerful display of opposition to government.
Bristolians get ready for mass protest against austerity
Thousands of people are expected to show up at this Saturday’s protest
Infertility treatments to be halved under new plans
As central government steps in to drastically cut healthcare in the Bristol region, infertility treatments are set to be halved to save a paltry £1m...
Opinion: We need to fight council tax plans that hit poorest hardest
The short sighted and damaging plans need to be dropped and another way found, argues Anny Cullum an organiser for ACORN.
After Grenfell, what now for fire safety in Bristol?
what is being done in Bristol to improve fire safety after the Grenfell disaster?
Opinion: Engineers can’t ignore social responsibility
“If we are going to look with pride on how our tools make positive contributions to the world, we must also accept some responsibility for...
Listen: Powerful voices and stories of recovery from addiction
A selection of powerful stories of people going through recovery.
A picture of Somalis in Bristol
An intimate look at one of Bristol’s biggest communities.
Facial recognition: Bristol research could change the world as we know it
Bristol Robotics Laboratory are developing a facial recognition system that could change the world as we know it.
David Olusoga: Not the “angry black guy on television”
The Bristol-based celebrity historian talks about why he challenges the white-washing of British history… and the “pretty weird” relationship the city has with Edward Colston.
Mayor calls rally but questions on strategy remain
Mayor leads a coalition of core cities to wrest power from Westminster and challenge austerity
OPINION: BBC wrong to host climate skeptic
Cable member Graham McGrath, a Bristol-based environmental consultant, says the BBC were wrong to host Lord Lawson, the well known climate skeptic.
Bringing the fight against apartheid to Bristol
Remembering Ron Press, the white South African dissident who became a leading light in Bristol activism.
Threats & suspect reviews as ‘TripAdvisor for tenants’ takes off
We caught up with the founder of Marks Out of Tenancy, who’s in the business of ‘Hunting for rogue landlords’.
Members meeting: Sowing the seeds for a sustainable media co-op
Packed Cable meeting sees the launch of a pioneering membership campaign led by members for a sustainable media co-op.