In Hartcliffe antisocial behaviour is about more than young people acting up

The common media portrayal of Hartcliffe as being closer to Baghdad than Bedminster is clearly nonsense. But the issue is raw and touches on deeper questions.

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European elections: why it matters even though it doesn’t feel like it

Banner Home Page Interviews

Meet Kerry, the Hartcliffe community activist on a mission

Fight For Fair Air Reports

Controversial gas power station refused at development committee


How child’s play is a serious matter

Interviews Bristol And Beyond

George Monbiot: ‘Bristol airport expansion is like a gun pointing at the heart of the planet’

Banner Home Page Ice Cream Slavery Case Reports

Ice cream boss Lopresti is slavery risk and banned from business, following Cable exposé

Dark Arts Investigations Banner Home Page

Part three: A Somerset cider baron’s stolen art collection, heroin from Pakistan, two collapsed cases and a rinsed taxpayer

Investigations Banner Home Page Dark Arts

Part two: The troubled cop bent on solving the UK’s longest running murder case, and a key player in the phone hacking scandal

Lower Banner Home Page Investigations

Dark Arts: a true crime series

Dark Arts Investigations Banner Home Page

Part one: The axe murder suspect, Somerset Tory cider baron and botched art heist police probe

Housing Bristol

Student rent strike continues despite university affordable housing pledge

Reports Fight For Fair Air

Planning officers recommend APPROVAL of St Philip’s Marsh gas plant

Co-op Community Banner Home Page

Why the Cable is backing I Am Judah


Exclusive interview: “Judah will not be silenced”

Banner Home Page Features Fight For Fair Air

Bristol doctors on air pollution: ‘The council isn’t taking things seriously enough’

Investigations Banner Home Page

Revealed: Evidence of racial profiling of thousands of British citizens by Home Office

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The contested future of St Philip’s Marsh

People's History Bristol History Podcast Banner Home Page Podcast

Bristol History Podcast: Bristol University and its Historians


Dark Arts: a true crime series

Dark Arts is a tale of private investigators, corruption, political pressure, Pakistani heroin and a mansion in the Somerset hills revealed over three parts in a new Cable true crime series.

Revealed: Patients denied treatment by local NHS

GPs and clinical specialists are worried about patients being turned away because of local NHS policies.

Episode 4: Tattoo parlours, nightclubs and firebombs – how businesses were blackmailed

In the last episode of the Cornerman, the Cable lifts the lid on protection rackets from London to Bristol, revealing how local businesses were forced to pay gangsters for security.