Will Bristol’s new clean air zone influence city centre voters at the polls?
Central ward was a close race between Labour and the Greens in 2016, with a low turnout and just seven votes in it.
Bristol to go even longer without mental health beds for children
The gap in services was revealed by the Cable, reporting on ward closures at private psychiatric hospital the Priory Bristol
Revealed: The Bristolians 'ripped off' by second hand camper van seller
For years, online rumours have swirled about ‘Bristol Bob’ – a Fishponds-based dealer of Mazda Bongo vans. A Cable investigation found customers left with thousands of pounds of repair costs and seeking legal action after being sold faulty vehicles.
The Bristol Briefing: Almost a third of Bristol adults given first Covid jab
The number of Covid patients in hospital has reached its lowest level since later October, as schools open on Monday in the first step in easing of restrictions.
Green shoots of hope: Climate solutions from around the globe
Bristol is already considering various initiatives to tackle climate change and mitigate its impacts. Safeguarding our planet’s future depends on international action – only so much can be done at a local level – but there are success stories our city can draw on.
The Bristol Briefing: Initial Covid-19 surge testing results 'very reassuring'
Bristol's infection rate and hospital admissions have continued to fall on the eve of the government announcement on our route out of lockdown next week.
The Bristol Briefing: Thousands of tests to track spread of Bristol Covid variant
The number of cases of the mutated strain found in Bristol remains low, but there is evidence it can reinfect people who have already had the virus or been vaccinated.
Much-needed secondary school won't open until 2024 at earliest, parents told
Oasis Temple Quarter School was supposed to open in 2018, but further planning delays mean more children in east Bristol will have to be squeezed into existing schools for years to come.
The Bristol Briefing: Covid variant found in Bristol no more dangerous, say experts
Nearly one in five people in Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire have been given their first dose of the vaccine.
The Bristol Briefing: Bristol leading way on vaccinations but Covid deaths rise
Bristol's infection rate has continued to fall and 80% of care home residents have been vaccinated, but this isn't stopping people dying from the virus.
The Bristol Briefing: Cases down, hospital admissions and vaccines up, plus the Colston 4 trial
What you need to know on Covid and what else is happening in the city - including the upcoming trial of the ‘Colston 4’
Bristol will be charging drivers to tackle air pollution, but other changes are on the way too
Bristol's Clean Air Zone has finally been decided. We spoke to cabinet member for transport, Kye Dudd, speaks about air pollution, plans for Low Traffic Neighbourhoods, and doubling down on measures brought in at the start of the pandemic.
The Bristol Briefing: More Covid patients fill up Bristol hospitals, but spread of virus slows
The worrying spike of positive cases of Covid-19 since Chistmas appears to be flattening out in Bristol, but pressure on the NHS continues to rise.
The Bristol Briefing: Record number of Covid patients in Bristol hospitals, as city in 'most critical point' of pandemic
More vaccination centres will open next week, but there is now a record number of patients in local hospitals, putting the NHS under "extreme pressure".
The Bristol Briefing: Bristol bucks worrying national trend as it enters Tier 2
With more relaxed restrictions for Bristol until the end of the year, the city's infection rates fell further this week, but the council expects it to rise again in the coming weeks.
The Bristol Briefing: Bristol Covid-19 rate falls below England average for first time since October
The Covid-19 latest 📉 Bristol’s infection rate has fallen below the England average for the first time since early October. There were 589 new cases...
The Bristol Briefing: Avonmouth explosion victims named, as Covid cases continue to fall
A 16-year-old has been named among the four victims of the deadly blast at the Wessex Water plant in Avonmouth. Plus the latest developments on Covid-19 in Bristol.
Community responses to latest wave of violent crime on Bristol to Bath cycle path
Local residents are getting organised to respond to protect the popular cycle route, as data obtained by the Cable shows violent incidents and thefts on the rise.
New Bristol care home for disabled children to open after St Christopher’s closure
The privately-run home closed down in 2019. Now the council wants to fill the gap with in-house services instead of forking out for expensive placements outside Bristol.
Revealed: How Southmead Hospital is coping with Covid-19
Frontline NHS workers speak out about high staff absence, difficulties discharging patients and how the hospital will manage this winter.