Four cases of hoarding so serious they deserve a Channel 4 reality series.
The popularity of electric cars looks set to increase, but they are no green panacea, argues Adam Reynolds.
Listen: When football meets anti-fascism – The Easton Cowgirls and Cowboys
Terry and Duke sit down with Kev and Sensi from Easton Cowboys and Cowgirls, to discuss the origins of this historic club, extraordinary oversees trips...
Revealed: Thousands of kids are being put in isolation, fuelling schools debate
A Bristol Cable investigation can reveal Bristol schools are sending children to isolation 1,000 times a week, shedding light on the controversial form of discipline where children are removed from class.
Editorial: A response to Marvin Rees regarding the Cable’s hostile environment article
Mayor Marvin Rees has clarified Bristol council’s position, saying it is exactly the same as the other 11 councils.
Government piles pressure on mayor over dirty air
A Clean Air Zone that includes charging private cars must be considered, said Therese Coffey MP.
Bristol will not be joining 11 councils refusing to co-operate on plans to deport rough sleepers
The council and homelessness charity St Mungo’s are participating in the programme
Time to play as Bristol launches plan
Work with under-11s was cut when the council cut its youth services budget by 30% last year, but Bristol’s organisations have come together to find...
Lawyers are threatening action over council’s “seriously flawed” clean air plans
Environmental lawyers say timescales to tackle illegal pollution are unacceptable
“We need better mental health support for all young people, not just students”
Students have been campaigning for service improvements, but what about young people not at university? asks Chloë Maughan
Some locals are financially benefiting from gentrification in St Pauls. But at a cost.
Crime may be down, and some locals are cashing in but there’s nostalgia for a different St Pauls.
Watch: Deliveroo Orders Rejected – a short documentary
The gig economy is getting bigger. But some workers are getting organised. In 2018, Bristol workers joined in.
Exclusive: Council to “urgently” investigate Lopresti landlord business, but ice cream vans untouched for now
Announcement follows the Cable’s investigation and police action into the notorious landlords and businessmen.
Opinion: Eye-watering sums paid to interim managers and opaque recruitment must change
It’s high time for greater transparency in the world of interim managers at Bristol City Council, writes Tin Hinson Colin Molton works four days a...
Wood-fired pizza ovens release as much of a deadly pollutant into Bristol air every hour as hundreds of diesel cars
Data analysis finds pizza restaurants are emitting significant amounts of dangerous particulates – should they be regulated?
Goodbye to unfair letting fees
Victory for renters who for too long have had to fork out.
How to win over the masses: what next for Extinction Rebellion Bristol?
Activist Graham McGrath reflects on the movement’s need to diversify its tactics and reach new people.
Revealed: NHS under fire for steep increase in charging migrants for healthcare
Evidence suggests vulnerable people who should get free healthcare are being forced to cough up, while others are being chased by bailiffs.
Extinction Rebellion may have dominated the headlines – but controversial debates are afoot in City Hall too
A round up of climate change news from Bristol you may have missed this week.
Too hot to handle? Help us investigate fire at ‘The Office’ in Speedwell
“It seems the bigger and more dangerous the fire, the less scrutiny it receives." We're calling on readers to share information to help crack the case of the Strachan and Henshaw fire.
Public interest journalism is expensive, takes time and can be risky.
But powering Bristol’s media co-op isn’t.
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.
GPs and clinical specialists are worried about patients being turned away because of local NHS policies.
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.