The Bristol Cable
Have your say: Should Bristol ban strips clubs?
Bristol is considering a ban on strip clubs, officially known as sexual entertainement venues, which has sparked a divisive debate in the city. This week, the...
Job: Frontend developer wanted to help build the tech to power local community journalism
Help build a pioneering Community Engagement System to drive sustainable public interest community journalism.
Share your tributes: Help us remember the Bristolians lost to Covid-19
We want to tell the stories of people in the city whose lives were lost to Covid. Share your tributes to help us remember them.
Why the Cable is boycotting the Society of Editors Regional Press Awards 2021
The Bristol Cable will be withdrawing our submissions to the Society of Editors (SOE) Regional Press Awards 2021, in protest at the statement made by the SOE claiming that there is no racism in the British media.
Help shape our reporting on Bristol and the climate crisis
We can't tackle the climate crisis alone – as individuals, a single newspaper, city or country. We must act together. That's why we want you to join us in planning how we cover Bristol's role.
The challenge and opportunity: The Cable's climate crisis special is out now
It won’t be available in as many places this time, for obvious reasons, but if you join for £3 a month, you will get the latest edition direct to your door!
The Bristol Cable in 2020: A year like no other, for a newspaper like no other
This was the year we all found out the answer to a question we didn’t think we’d be asked: how will we respond to a...
How Bristol 24/7 publicised Big Tobacco’s push for respectability, before accepting its money
Local magazine and news website’s £25,000 grant from Philip Morris followed a string of articles referencing its new heated tobacco products.
Editorial: After Colston, now to tear down structures of racism, including in the media
A statement from the Cable on the felling of Colston, Black Lives Matter and working towards anti-racism.
Free Webinar: is reader-owned media the business model of the future?
We started with a group of volunteers - now we have ten staff and thousands of members. We’ll be sharing what we’ve learnt so far, along with co-op expert Dave Boyle.
Editorial: Journalism is a public service. It should act like it. And it needs you to support it.
Could the pandemic force newspapers to reconsider their priorities and better serve public needs?
Editorial: 5G coronavirus conspiracy theorists are attacking the Cable
With conspiracy theories spreading in pandemic Britain with destructive consequences, we need readers to bolster responsible and thorough journalism with their support.