3 people have been arrested for Modern Slavery offences
Veteran Merchant Navy men and women in Avonmouth, Bristol bobbed along to the melodies of their youth as they watched a community play about sailors' tales.
Discussing the ‘Age of Anger’ with author Pankaj Mishra
What are the roots of current global crises, and how can we find hope in an age of instability and rage?
Plutus Energy return with diesel plant plans
Energy company appeal planning decision for diesel power station in Lawrence Hill.
It’s show time for Bristol’s arms industry
Bristol arms companies will be promoting themselves in Cardiff on 28th March.
Catastrophic thinking, with author Robert Muir-Wood
The author of ‘The Cure for Catastrophe: How we can stop manufacturing natural disasters’ met up with one of the Cable Media Lab at Bristol...
Feminist library occupiers defiant after police visit
Domestic violence campaigners occupying the now-closed Cheltenham Road Library, are determined to stay put after a visit from the police and other unidentified individuals - one of whom made threats.
“We invite you to join us”: Activists occupy Cheltenham Road library
Domestic violence campaigners have occupied the historic Cheltenham Road Library to protest a lack of social housing.
Breaking: 100 “affordable” homes for Blackberry Hill development
Developer Galliford Try has agreed to include 100 "affordable" homes at the proposed 305 unit Blackberry Hill site in Fishponds.
Levelling renting’s uneven playing field
A new Bristol-based service, Marks Out Of Tenancy, is giving landlords and letting agents the TripAdvisor treatment.
Photoessay: keeping printing press alive
The Cable spent a morning at the Letterpress Collective to catch a glimpse of a near vanished industry…
My journey with fossil fuels divestment
“My divestment journey has involved collaborations with literally thousands of other people”
Can you cover a black hole with a MAT?
READ MORE FROM THE 10TH EDITION The grammar schools debate has been making headlines, but is this to distract you from the black hole of...
Bristol Uni announces big plans for fossil fuels divestment
The outcome of a long campaign for fossil fuels divestment
55% cut to crisis fund “catastrophic” for domestic violence survivors
Women’s groups have raised concerns that a 55% budget cut to the council’s crisis fund will have a disproportionate impact on those fleeing domestic abuse.
Night Stop: the people offering Bristol’s homeless young adults somewhere to sleep.
As the housing crisis deepens and homelessness is on the rise, some Bristolians are stepping up to help those falling through the gaps in provision
Off the streets and into the ring
Bristol’s inner-city boxing clubs are teaching lessons that reach beyond fitness and footwork