40 years ago, the far right in Bristol was faced down with music, pickets and ballots
With far-right ideas on the rise again, Colin Thomas draws on first-hand accounts and archive material to tell a story from a generation ago.
Local rapper Kilaze talks hip-hop, art and life
Rapper Kilaze is a stalwart of the city’s music scene both through his own releases and his support of homegrown talent. Two decades into his career, he’s still got ‘so much to talk about’.
Too many Bristol teachers are leaving the profession. They tell us why.
Amid funding cuts and increased pressure to produce high grades, teachers are leaving the profession, while pupil numbers grow.
'Most families find it shameful' - Finding pride in a community where being gay is taboo
It took over a decade for James to tell his family he was gay. Some Irish Travellers never get the chance to.
Good money after bad? Bristol Energy’s spiralling losses
Market conditions have been killing off small private energy suppliers up and down the country. Bristol Energy is by no means immune and keeps on tapping council tax payers for more money in the wake of huge losses – so is it time the council-owned firm was wound up?
The unsolved fire at The Office and the chequered history of a rogue landlord
Five months after the devastating fire at Speedwell’s Strachan and Henshaw building, ‘The Office’ tower is being turned into flats. The Cable investigates former owner Alan Dykes and his run-ins with the law.