Bristol Radical Film Festival: Q&A with Elizabeth Mizon
Bristol Radical Film Festival is back! We talked to one of the organisers, Elizabeth Mizon, about what this year’s festival has to offer.
Nightclubs, neighbours and newsagents - how people are making the city a better place to live.
Taking the council to court over cuts
Parent power wins radical overhaul of special needs services Two Bristol families have taken a stand against cuts – and won. The anonymous parents have...
Update: Loprestis’ ‘No plea’ in slavery case
Ice cream bosses face will face Crown Court next month
Exclusive: Lopresti ice cream bosses face slavery charges
Salvatore and Robert Lopresti face charges of forced labour.
“This isn’t over”: Hundreds march to save Hamilton House
Coexist’s Hamilton House adventure appears to be up but a new opportunity for community ownership is on the horizon.
Survivors and ACORN escalate campaign for accountability on safe houses
Two domestic abuse survivors are at risk of homelessness and say that the council has abandoned them.
Police officer who Tasered Ras Judah in face cleared of misconduct
But Race Equality Commissioner says justice hasn’t been done for Judah Adunbi.
This is the company set to profit from an arena in Filton
The infrastructure giant is one of the largest in southeast Asia.
The Exchange to become Bristol’s first community-owned music venue
As other grassroots music venues are closing down, the Exchange tries to find a new way to secure its future.
Hamilton House owners shut out Coexist after decade of managing building
Following a year of fraught negotiations, evictions and uncertainty, the building’s owners are also submitting a full planning application for flats.
Two survivors of domestic violence face homelessness, prompting calls for investigation
Survivors of domestic violence face homelessness, prompting calls for investigation