Council budget approved amid protests
Perhaps the outcome was no surprise, but the process was eventful.
Transport budget cuts could lead to isolation
Future transfer of transport responsibilities to Metro Mayor expected to save money, but there are fears subsidies cuts could end some services.
How will council transport budget cuts impact you?
The Cable would like to hear from readers about how you think the council’s proposed cuts will affect you or your family. On the 21st...
Plugging Bristol’s energy gaps
An old and draughty housing stock, high energy consumption and fuel poverty mean tackling energy inefficiency must be a priority for our city
“You have to change things”: Interview with leading investigative journalist
The Bristol Cable invited Meirion Jones, the Investigations Editor of the Bureau of Investigative Journalism to talk.
Elderly and disabled people’s bus access under threat
‘Keep Bristol Moving’ is a key aim of the Mayor, but low income disabled and elderly people could be left without the means to travel...
Do Bristol schools pass the admissions test?
Local authority oversight raises questions about equality of access to education
Subvertising in Bristol: ‘A service to your local community’
The art of hijacking Bristol’s billboards to create new meaning
“What do we want? Equal Pay. When? 1970.”
Despite sector profits nationally, universities lecturers strike over poor pay, insecurity and gender inequality Staff at the University of Bristol and UWE have joined a...
Council Party leaders outright refute Deputy Mayor’s claim
Claims made in Bristol Post completely contradicted Three of the four then Councillor party leaders have refuted statements made by Geoff Gollop, Conservative Deputy Mayor....
Who owns your local media?
A look at the ownership structure of Trinity Mirror, the company behind Local World and Bristol Post
Destination unknown: Trinity Mirror, the Bristol Post and the erosion of local media
Taking the ‘local’ out of Local World, and the journalism out of our media