This week in Bristol: Politicians push for public control of buses
In the news this week, the latest raft of cuts to Bristol bus services has pushed local politicians to call for a radical change to the operation of transport in the region.
Bristol Uni staff strike again to protect their pensions, pay and conditions
Despite the disruption to their degrees over the last 18 months, some students are backing their lecturers’ action even if it means more missed learning.
Bristol has a trove of artefacts originally taken through colonisation. Should they be given back?
A roiling debate about the ownership of the spoils of empire, mired in practical and political issues.
Grief, violence and faith: Bristol filmmaker’s award-winning new short film
Hartcliffe's Paul Holbrook talks about his new film set in Bristol and the importance of telling working class stories.
Tenants facing eviction at Hartcliffe allotments fight to save a decade of growing
The Court Farm Road Allotment Association says their eviction alongside Hartcliffe City Farm - which they share a site with but are independent of - makes no sense. The community team who have taken on the farm say the council promised them a clean slate.
Stokes Croft Riots: 10 years on
Key changes being made to the Stokes Croft Tesco in 2021 mean the story is as relevant, and murky, as it ever was, says Eliz Mizon. What led to the ‘Stokes Croft riots’ ten years ago?
Is Bristol a ‘beacon’ for Black culture? We speak to 5 Black organisers in the city
Is the opportunity for real racial change in Bristol getting lost in “changing names and toppling statues”? We ask Black Bristolians.