Exclusive: the witness who police didn’t interview after friend’s unsolved disappearance speaks for first time
Jo Hook had dinner with her friend Linda Millard the night before she vanished but was never interviewed by police as a witness. Linda’s disappearance is one of Avon and Somerset Constabulary’s longest running missing person cases, with a possible organised crime connection.
West of England Mayor directed business that tried to profit from logging on rainforest island
The company had a shareholding in an offshore company with plans for logging in West Papua, but Norris says he wasn’t involved.
Seven months on from deadly Avonmouth explosion, no news from company or authorities
As official enquiries continue, Wessex Water’s own internal company investigation will reportedly be completed in two weeks. It is not expected to be made public.
Prominent advocate for racial justice speaks out ahead of crucial Police and Crime Commissioner election
Prominent advocate for racial justice, Desmond Brown, sets out what the police and next PCC must do to tackle racism, rebuild community trust, and support young people at risk of violent crime, and why you should vote.
Revealed: Pornographer mayoral candidate faces assault and ‘pimping’ allegation
The independent mayoral candidate denies the allegations made by a young woman in an exclusive interview with the Cable
Watch: WTF is the Metro Mayor and a green revolution?!
In this short documentary, the Cable unpacks what the Metro Mayor is ahead of the election and delves into the much touted 'Green Revolution'. Neil Maggs investigates on a day out in Avonmouth.
The property boss behind empty buildings ‘blighting’ Bristol’s high streets
Despite the city’s housing crisis, empty buildings dot popular neighbourhoods. While the council has pledged action, its toolkit against owners remains limited.