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With Filwood Community Centre threatened with closure, Knowle West residents reflect on the neighbourhood’s past, present and future.
Cuts make Bristol one of a growing number of local authorities who received no bids from service providers.
Undercover cop-turned-drug reform activist Neil Woods talks about “the most important social justice issue of our time”.
Descendants of World War 1 conscientious objectors reclaim their history as a source of pride
The Bristol Cable spoke to Thangam Debbonaire about her critical views of the government’s Drug Strategy, the need for reform, and concrete solutions.
There’s some confusion over why Tory ministers didn’t show up
Bristol Council will seek to buck the trend of social immobility, amid concerns for quality behind central government’s targets.
Bristol’s infamous Bearpit has undergone an image change in recent years – but rising homelessness means it’s now a site of conflict between wealthier incomers and some of the city’s most vulnerable people.
BBC Points West picks up story reported on by the Bristol Cable.
In Bristol and around the world, groups like Brandalism are using subversive tactics to confront outdoor advertising in our everyday life.
Lawrence Weston’s Neighbourhood Development Plan shows what reclaiming local power can look like.
Investigation into prominent local business reveals gross underpayment of minimum wage.
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