Remembering Ron Press, the white South African dissident who became a leading light in Bristol activism.
Nearly 70 overdoses and a stomach full of charcoal: one young woman shares her 18-month experience of obsessive-compulsive disorder.
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.
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.
Eviction resistance at Camelot property
Campaigners celebrate after eviction of Camelot tenant is postponed by protest yesterday.
One25: Helping women off the streets
The charity's chief executive tells the Cable about supporting sex workers with love, and trying to help women off the streets.
Schools, children’s data… and immigration enforcement
The Cable interviews Jen Persson, director of the national campaign defenddigitalme, which aims to stop the government sharing the personal data of millions of children with a plethora of third parties – and the Home Office.
Drug deaths in Bristol sharply increase
What explains the rising rates of drug misuse fatalities, and how can the risks be reduced for Bristol’s population of drug users?
LISTEN: Private detective offers to spy on mobile phone
Audio released here for the first time: A private detective offering to sell confidential phone records.
Clash Of The Skaters: Bristol Roller Derby
Roller derby is a fascinating, fast-paced yet relatively obscure sport – we went down to the recent Bristol Championships event in Bristol to capture images from the frontline.
In Bristol, people are turning to alternative unions like ACORN and the IWW to get their voices heard on critical issues such as housing and workplace inequality.
Video: What’s up with the council cuts consultations?
The council is planning to cut back on libraries, public toilets, school crossing patrols and adult social care. As the consultation roadshow comes to an...
Beyond food banks: Solutions for feeding Bristol
Laurie King, from Sims Hill Shared Harvest, explains the need for a holistic approach to tackle food insecurity – and the projects, including Sims Hill’s...
‘Rovers against racism’ – but is that enough?
Bristol Rovers just had their most successful season for 17 years, but barely any BAME fans saw them do it live.
Bijan Ebrahimi’s nephew: “We all let my uncle down, we must all fight a racist system”
Davood Khayatain talks about institutional racism, media prejudice, and how Bijan's death has influenced his activism.
Bristol Free Voice: A refugee media project
Tired of the misrepresentation of refugees and asylum seekers in the media, Bristol Free Voice is tackling the issue head on. Founded earlier this year,...
Voices: A view on van-living
Isabel Burnett speaks about her experiences living outside the traditional housing market – in a van parked up on the street.