Bristol’s DIY communities
Community and self-build projects can play a small but important role in tackling the housing crisis
Homeopathy: public money well spent?
Molly Asher asks why Bristol is one of the last places that homeopathy is still NHS funded, despite the practice being scientifically debunked.
Housewarming: Mayor Marvin Rees in City Hall
It’s been two months since Mayor Marvin Rees swept to victory in Bristol. In light of seismic political changes nationally, the Cable interviewed the new mayor to find out what he’s got in store for Bristol.
More tenant protection, more landlord loopholes
The Cable asks if licensing landlords actually protects tenants in Easton, Eastville and St George. Photo: Drew Rose In Bristol 25% of residents privately rent...
How to make your Bristol mayoral vote count
It's time for your occasional dose of electoral democracy. If you take it up, make sure you do it right!
Bristol’s invisible killer
What kills twenty times more people than road traffic collisions, and is second only to smoking as a cause of death?
More than just a kickabout
From Easton to the West Bank – how Bristol football team the Easton Cowboys use the power of the game to champion social inclusion and international solidarity
Ambition and challenges of Council-owned energy company
Can Bristol’s new publicly-owned energy provider make its mark in such a tough sector?