The Bristol Cable

We’re hiring: Workplace Lead (Operations)

This crucial role developing and administering our workplace and its systems helps make it possible for us to deliver our journalism and community engagement.

Have your say: BS3 In Focus

The Cable wants to tell more stories from different parts of Bristol. That's why we're focusing on new a new area every three months. This time it's BS3!

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The Bristol Cable wins grant funding for community tech

Funding to develop and democratise our in-house membership platform will come from Power to Change.

Callout: How is Bristol’s bus chaos affecting you?

We want to hear your experiences of the recent cuts to Bristol's bus services, as we explore solutions to the problem.

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Lockleaze in Focus

The Cable wants to tell more stories from different parts of Bristol. That's why we're focusing on new a new area every three months. Last time it was Filwood, and now it's Lockleaze!

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Help us find housing solutions of the future

After years of reporting on Bristol's housing crisis, we're going to be digging into solutions to it. And we need your help!

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Have your say: What issues does Bristol most urgently need solutions to?

We're going to be investigating how we can develop cities fit for the future. Fill out this short survey to take part in this exciting new project that we hope can make a real difference to the city.

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What do you think about plans to redevelop the Galleries?

Plans to completely redevelop the Galleries are being drawn up. But what do you want to happen to that space?

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The Bristol Cable wins funding for ‘The Future of Cities’ solutions series

How can we develop cities fit for the future? Over the next year, the Cable will explore solutions being pioneered here in Bristol and around the world to answer this question.

Bristol media urges mayor to reverse ban on local democracy reporters from briefings

The Cable has joined other outlets in the city in sending an open letter to Marvin Rees, after the mayor insisted that LDR reporters are not 'banned' but simply 'not invited'.

Bristol’s mayor shouldn’t cherry pick which journalists attend his briefings

Local democracy reporters have been banned from attending Marvin Rees’ press conferences, sparking a boycott from local media outlets.

Share your experiences of living in a high-rise

Do you have a positive story about the social aspects of living in a high-rise apartment building? Are you having problems with crime or antisocial behaviour, or with maintenance in a tower block that’s in disrepair?

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