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The challenge and opportunity: The Cable's climate crisis special is out now
The defining issue of our time is the climate and environmental emergency. In the small way that we can, the Cable wants to contribute to...
Editorial: After Colston, now to tear down structures of racism, including in the media
A statement from the Cable on the felling of Colston, Black Lives Matter and working towards anti-racism.
Free Webinar: is reader-owned media the business model of the future?
We started with a group of volunteers - now we have ten staff and thousands of members. We’ll be sharing what we’ve learnt so far, along with co-op expert Dave Boyle.
Help our reporting on private mental health services (member log-in required)
We're about to publish a new series about private mental health services in Bristol, focusing on why people are being treated by for-profit comapanies rather than the NHS. We need your input.
Editorial: Journalism is a public service. It should act like it. And it needs you to support it.
Could the pandemic force newspapers to reconsider their priorities and better serve public needs?
Editorial: 5G coronavirus conspiracy theorists are attacking the Cable
With conspiracy theories spreading in pandemic Britain with destructive consequences, we need readers to bolster responsible and thorough journalism with their support.
We asked: What needs solving in Bristol?
This issue is about solutions, so we asked the Cable’s 2,100 members what they most want to see solutions for. Here we explore some ideas for solutions to the biggest themes members raised: transport and housing.
Cable wins innovation fund to work with communities to produce public-interest news
We'll be bringing 'open newsrooms' to communities across Bristol, working with locals to select and co-produce stories that matter.
Members' meeting: Behind the Lopresti ice cream investigation
This Monday, we hosted a free evening at Windmill Hill City Farm cafe in Bedminster to discuss our investigation into the Lopresti ice cream slavery case.