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Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm, Bristol’s very own Christian-led zoo, sprinkles some unusual messages in among its furry friends. But are these really a good reason to ban your kids from visiting?
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In Bristol, people are turning to alternative unions like ACORN and the IWW to get their voices heard on critical issues such as housing and workplace inequality.
Isabel Burnett speaks about her experiences living outside the traditional housing market – in a van parked up on the street.
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A counsellor challenges the current political agenda on work and the government push to get people into jobs under the guise of a health intervention.
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Desmond Brown encountered strong feelings when he asked local people to respond to the Tasering of Ras Judah, a 63-year-old black race relations adviser in Easton.
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It’s an industry often characterised by frantic flash, but an inside perspective tells another story
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