Bristol is the New Black is a group of students creating media that tells their own stories as young people of colour in Bristol.
Urban goats, mushrooms and Bristolian salad: how local city farmers are taking food production into their own hands.
No more play: council slashes youth services by 30%
Youth workers and parents are angry about Bristol's new Targeted Youth Services, which include less work with under 11's after 30% reduction in funding.
Bristol University lecturer: ‘Why I’m going on strike’
As Bristol University staff go on strike over a pensions dispute, English lecturer John McTague writes why action is needed
Plans to evict 2,000 people from Bath housing estate to go to High Court
Local people are fighting mass evictions and the demolition of 542-home Foxhill housing estate, where most affordable and social housing won't be replaced.
Staff losses imminent after ‘massive’ cuts to children’s centre funding
Bristol City Council may have prevented children's centres from closing, but services for parents with young children are to be stretched even further
Services at tipping point: adult social care cuts in Bristol
Further cuts and restructures to adult social care in Bristol are on the table. Here's what's happened so far, what changes are afoot and what impact people are seeing.
One protest, two outcomes for Bristol anti-arms activists
Two activists, one act of protest, two different outcomes. The Bristolians campaigning against UK arms sales.
Revealed: ‘The most tradable prescription drug’ at HMP Bristol
The prison is trying to crack down on prescription drug pregabalin, as inmates either remain addicted or use it as currency.
Prisons: From ‘warehousing’ to workshops
Could education and training for prisoners help solve the crisis at HMP Bristol?
Two more iconic Bristol’s music venues close within a week
After a recent breakthrough in securing landmark planning reforms, Bristol's music scene faces yet another setback.
From drugs to Jiu Jitsu
With Filwood Community Centre threatened with closure, Knowle West residents reflect on the neighbourhood’s past, present and future.
Member spotlight: the Bristol activist battling Big Pharma
The Just Treatment campaign challenges the pharmaceutical companies charging the NHS rip-off prices for vital drugs.
Transforming mental health provision in schools?
Therapists and educators criticise the government’s proposed changes to how mental health services are delivered. Photo: Off the Record (Bristol)
Revealed: Why this 630 unit development won’t have a single affordable home
A huge new development is set to begin in South Bristol. However, there won't be a single affordable home. But this time it’s not developers trying to get around council targets.
Bristol’s offshore football clubs: offside or fair game?
Both of Bristol’s football clubs are owned by offshore companies. Should City and Rovers fans be concerned or simply grateful for the investment?
Watch: This Bristolian (and a toy fox) fought ISIS
This Bristol activist joined the Kurdish forces who are fighting ISIS, being attacked by the Turkish government and struggling for a more just society in Syria and the middle east.
Bedminster tower blocks: the only way is up?
Bedminster locals remain concerned about proposed high rise flats as the consultation period draws to a close.
Listen: Debating diversity in the media
In December, the Cable brought together members of the local community and media organisations to discuss issues of representation. Listen to the full conversation here...