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Cable Community News

MPs recommend government funding to ‘revive’ local journalism

In a new report, MPs acknowledge that local journalism is in crisis, saying major outlets have compromised quality for clicks and more funding is needed to support local public interest journalism.

The Bristol Cable wins grant funding for community tech

Cable reporting inspires action on rogue landlord database

Callouts

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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Callouts

Lockleaze in Focus

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Callouts

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

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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’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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The Cable view: Time to build a new political system in Bristol

After voting to scrap the mayoral system, Labour and the Greens have the opportunity to form a progressive alliance. But Bristol’s political culture needs work, too.

‘I feel so uninformed’: Cable readers on Bristol’s mayoral referendum

Does the mayor have too much power and exclude councillors? Or is having a mayor the best way to overcome stalemates in a politically divided city? Here’s what Cable readers had to say.

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