Bristol Rovers just had their most successful season for 17 years, but barely any BAME fans saw them do it live.
Davood Khayatain talks about institutional racism, media prejudice, and how Bijan's death has influenced his activism.
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...
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.
We need a public good when times are bad
Communities and public services are suffering, the political landscape is in tumult and you can’t go five minutes without hearing somebody shout ‘fake news’.
Driven underground: Bristol’s continuing Spice problem
A year after the blanket ban of new psychoactive substances, evidence shows limits and effect on most vulnerable people.
Update: News on the future of Hamilton House
A packed meeting took place at Hamilton House on Stokes Croft this afternoon to discuss the future of the building.
Medical research in Bristol violates international transparency guidelines
Research by TranspariMED and the Bristol Cable shows the university fails to meet requirements to publish medical trial data.
The rise of right-wing Bristol millionaire Arron Banks
How did he get from a trading estate in Patchway to Trump’s golden elevator?
Factory farms: Six-fold increase in Gloucestershire and Somerset permits since 2010
Intensive farming has rapidly expanded across the UK in the last decade. The Cable takes a look at the south-west picture.
Ice cream scandal: the Lopresti business investigation continues…
Earlier this year we exposed the underpayment and poor working conditions at the Lopresti ice cream and property business. The allegations keep coming in.
Voices: Former MP Charlotte Leslie’s lands new job in… politics!
Charlotte Leslie, the former Bristol North West MP has landed herself a job as the new director of the Conservative Middle East Council.
The News in Brief: Cuts, and consultations about cuts
The News in Brief section of this edition's paper was dedicated almost entirely to the upcoming cuts to council services, which are out to consultation. The latest round looks to shave a few million pounds from support services to people with physical or mental health issues, the public toilets and the closure of half of the city's libraries. In addition, more news from the National Health Service and Bristol's housing developments.
Breaking: Future of Hamilton House in Stokes Croft thrown up in the air
The future of Hamilton House, an iconic social enterprise and community hub on Stokes Croft, has been made uncertain.
Warnings about new synthetic drugs deserve to be taken seriously
Governments have cried wolf about drugs in the past, but warnings about new synthetic drugs are justified.
The council is still not publishing secret documents on housing
As yet another zero-affordable development gets going, delays hold back transparency policy
The sting: private investigators and spying on fracking and trade union activists
One firm shuts down its websites nationwide after hearing about this Cable investigation.
Voice: Inadvertent racism is still racism – The recent Exchange “no grime allowed” fiasco is just the latest
There’s no easy answer to the simultaneous exclusion of black cultural output and then it's appropriation by brands and people who are disrespectful to those who create it.