Infestation in Avonmouth: Return of the flies…
Avonmouth residents are blaming the local waste plant after their homes were infested with flies, again... but the council says there’s no problem.
PC Claire Boddie on trial for tasering Ras Judah: the story so far
The police officer who tasered Easton man Ras Judah will appear in Salisbury Magistrates Court tomorrow (18 May) charged with common assault.
#MillionsMissing: the campaign for ME equality
Sufferers of ME/CFS are taking to Queen Square this weekend. The Cable spoke to an organiser about why the government needs to take action on...
Action needed on shocking levels of teacher stress
Teachers' union survey exposes stress crisis in Bristol’s schools, exacerbated by cuts and unsustainable workloads. Could a ‘fair workload charter’ help?
Opinion: Anna Campbell’s idealism and conviction should inspire us all
Ultimately, she was willing to give her own life so that others might be free. How many people can say that?
Member spotlight: the Bristol activist battling Big Pharma
The Just Treatment campaign challenges the pharmaceutical companies charging the NHS rip-off prices for vital drugs.
Controversial waste plant gets final go-ahead after council error
Environment Agency grants permit despite local opposition based on pollution fears.
Coercion: the disturbing hidden crime of controlling a partner
It’s at the heart of domestic abuse, but the police are failing to implement the new law.
‘In Our Hands’: Sowing seeds of change in farming
A new film made in Bristol about the Land Workers’ Alliance showcases producers “taking back control” from the industrial food system.
Marvin doesn’t want more ‘headlines’: Sacks cabinet members in spat
Marvin Rees’ decision to fire Tory and Green from cabinet leads to criticism of “poor leadership” and “inability to accept criticism”.
Avonmouth: Controversial industrial plant given green light by Environment Agency
Residents angry after Environment Agency announces at an inquiry it is “satisfied” the incinerator waste plant should be given permit to operate.
Interview: Shackelia Jackson, human rights activist
The Cable spoke to Jamaican activist Shackelia Jackson, who has been campaigning against unlawful police killings after the murder of her brother in 2014.