Author: Amanda Cameron
New Covid measures for Bristol, as city announces Tier 1+ in response to rising infections
The council is taking action after infection rates continued to rise sharply, including among working age adults, not just university students.
Rastafarian Culture Centre sale set to go ahead, despite community objections
The prospective buyer says thay are committed to ensuring the community can still use the building, says Bristol City Council.
Enslaved person's gravestone vandalised in Bristol in racist retaliation attack for toppling of Colston statue
The historic grave of an enslaved young African person has been desecrated in an apparent racist revenge attack following the toppling of the statue of slave trader Edward Colston.
Council will have to make spending cuts, as cost of Covid-19 passes £100 million
Bristol City Council has repeatedly called for more funding from central government, because the current level of support leaves a black hole of £86 million.
'More work to do' on institutional racism at Bristol City Council
The council has been tackling the problem following a damning review into the death of Bijan Ebrahimi and complaints of racial discrimination by council staff.
Bristol Energy inquiry blocked by Labour councillors
There will be no independent inquiry into why Bristol City Council continued to pump millions of pounds into debt-ridden firm Bristol Energy.
Council forced to find alternative for rough sleepers as government scraps scheme
Homeless people in Bristol will be moved out of hotels, where they’d been placed to self-isolate, and into whatever housing the council can lay its...