My journey into journalism
One Bristol Cable Media Lab graduate’s journey into journalism.
Traveller kids are being “pushed out” says teacher
We talk to the Traveller teacher who’s watching her service disappear.
Tiny homes: ‘An innovative way of getting people to accept less’
Tiny homes are popping up in Bristol, with the council even bypassing its own policy to permit miniature flats. But as a solution to the housing crisis, this approach could do more harm than good.
Communities standing up: college students, skaters and migrant mums
News is so often depresseing and disempowering. But these Bristolians are making a difference across the city.
Photos: A Vibrant Youth
Vibrant Youth is an ongoing portrait series showcasing some young creatives in Bristol who are working two or more jobs to make ends meet while pursuing their dreams.
Exclusive: Two Bristol activists helping build a new society in Syria
Amidst the rubble of war-torn Northern Syria, two Bristolians follow the footsteps of friend Anna Campbell, who was murdered by Turkish forces, to carry on buildinging a democratic, anti-capitalist and feminist society.
Opinion: Council tax is grossly unfair. It’s time for a rethink
After it has gone up again in the face of cuts, it’s time to look at alternatives to this unfair and out-of-date tax.
In Hartcliffe antisocial behaviour is about more than young people acting up
The common media portrayal of Hartcliffe as being closer to Baghdad than Bedminster is clearly nonsense. But the issue is raw and touches on deeper questions.
Meet Kerry, the Hartcliffe community activist on a mission
“We’ve got so used to things being taken away from us, that a lot of people don’t know we’ve got rights.”
How child’s play is a serious matter
A year since the council cut play services, we visit an adventure playground in Southmead.
The contested future of St Philip’s Marsh
A forgotten part of central Bristol is about to transform – but in whose interests?
Investigating private schools: Not just the fees that are unfair
While state schools are at breaking point, Bristol’s private schools get millions in tax breaks as ‘charitable institutions’ – do they deserve it?