Sean Morrison

Listen: The full, bloody saga of rogue landlord Thomas Flight and the closure of Hidden Corner cafe

When a millionaire, yacht-owning rogue landlord evicted the owners of a well-loved St Paul's cafe, it sparked protests. Two years on, a clearer picture of the messy situation has finally emerged.

Barton House evacuation: Was the chaos and confusion completely unnecessary?

With a lack of clear information from the council, rumours and speculation ruled as residents decanted from their homes were left in the dark about what was going on. Campaigners say the authorities could have planned this better.

Barton Hill tower block residents’ lives turned upside down by emergency evacuation

Told to leave their homes under chaotic and confusing orders by Bristol City Council, tenants of Barton House face an uncertain future after their homes were deemed unsafe.

Bristol’s top family judge stepping down, to launch project to keep people out of court

Judge Stephen Wildblood lifts the lid on a crisis in public law as he explains his plans to help families get support at community level, out of court.

A year on from fires, delays to safety works are leaving tower block tenants shivering

While the dangerous cladding on some of Bristol’s high-rise blocks has been removed, it’s yet to be replaced – meaning residents face a winter without insulated homes.

Bristol’s cabbies are being put out of work by council licensing delays and mixups

Private hire and Hackney carriage drivers have had enough of the city’s licensing department, with some waiting needlessly for months for permits to be renewed before they can get back on the road.

Cab driver says good character used against him in ‘cruel sting operation’

Police have questions to answer after private-hire taxi driver’s claims of a stitch-up that’s had years-long financial consequences.

The full, bloody story behind the closure of Hidden Corner Cafe

When a millionaire, yacht-owning rogue landlord evicted the owners of a well-loved St Pauls cafe, it sparked protests. And now, two years on, a clearer picture of the messy situation has emerged…

When words fail: Meet the Bristol group nurturing male musicians’ mental health

The Seed Sessions project combines counselling and music mentoring to help young men express themselves. We heard from its founder, one of the participants and a counsellor working with the group about the power of music as a therapeutic tool.

Revealed: Catalogue of police failings before Shannon Beirne fell to her death

In the second instalment of this special Cable investigation, we reveal a series of missed opportunities by officers who had contact with the 25-year-old two hours before she died

‘It can take courage to state the obvious,’ campaigners say as police chief admits institutional racism

Will Chief Constable Sarah Crew's acknowledgement that Avon & Somerset is institutionally racist mark an important step towards real, meaningful change?

How talking clubs are getting Bristol blokes to open up and be vulnerable

I joined Talk Club and learned I can’t regulate my emotions. Then I got schooled by a therapist on toxic masculinity and dangerous role models. But how are you doing, out of 10?