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Watch: The new documentary celebrating Bristol's inner-city walks

The film profiles a grassroots project called Slow Ways which hopes to get more people walking further – with all the associated benefits.

Watch: Reactions to Colston 4 verdict after defendants walk free from court

Watch: The government blocked Bristol's plans for tackling drug overdoses. This Scottish activist took matters into his own hands.

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Watch: The filmmakers behind 'Rooted in Bristol' discuss land, race and inequality

The new documentary, which premiered at Afrika Eye Film Festival, profiles Bristol’s Black and Afro-Caribbean food growers who discuss the importance of equitable access to land.

Bristol and the Climate Crisis

Could a camera developed in Bristol that can ‘see’ methane leaks offer a path to curbing industrial greenhouse gas emissions?

Bristol and the Climate Crisis

Watch: Adblock Bristol demands a ban on fossil fuel advertising

Two men suspected of spiking woman's drink in Pryzm nightclub

The alleged incident was captured on video which circulated widely on social media.

Watch: How a new approach to food production can make humans and the planet healthier

Farmer Humphrey Lloyd charts Bristol's food system, from its rich agricultural past to the carbon-heavy, supermarket-dominated picture of today.

Bristol has committed to tough green standards for new housing. But old homes are the biggest challenge.

A motion passed by Bristol councillors means new developments will have to adhere to strict power and energy standards, but it leaves existing homes in the cold.

Battle over Bristol’s strip clubs reignited as licenses renewed for now

Bristol’s two sexual entertainment venues have their licenses renewed, but council plans could see them banned next year.

Watch: How will flooding affect Bristol?

The council is already drafting strategies to protect us from flooding caused by climate change – and we've taken a look at them.

Escape from Hong Kong to Bristol: 3 protestors speak out on police brutality and life in exile

They are keeping the spirit of the pro-democracy protest movement alive - and wondering whether they'll ever go home. Content warning: this video contains some violent scenes.