‘We need to keep the local currency dream alive’
The Bristol Pound’s managing director discusses the rise and fall of the local currency project, where it went wrong, and why we should keep experimenting.
An arson attack. A pig’s head dumped outside. Eccleston House residents are traumatised, and their concerns have been met with silence.
The Cable investigates how flammable cladding fuelled a fire at the tower block, the impact it’s had on the community, and why the council’s communication is making matters worse.
‘Miss Conduct’ yacht owners face misconduct claims
A protest on Monday took place outside the multi-million-pound vessel docked near Wapping Wharf, with demonstrators hoping to hold the landlord living aboard to account.
Lost learning: ‘My grandson’s being failed by a broken education system’
The grandmother of a boy repeatedly removed from Bristol primary schools speaks out, as the city's mayor backs a zero-exclusions policy.
Life in Lansdowne: Calls for change from the scene of a tragedy
Easton high rise tenants tell how the death of a young woman has heightened their concerns about safety and mental health in the block.
‘This house became the gate to hell’: Bristol modern slavery victims tell of horrific abuse as ringleaders are jailed
Maros Tancos and Joanna Gomulska’s sentencing brings an end to a case charities say highlights the need to address immigration system failures that stop survivors coming forward.