Why community action is also needed to tackle the energy crisis
In the face of government inaction on the energy crisis, Bristol Energy Network has been organising grassroots action to stop people from falling into fuel poverty.
Bridging the gap: A campaign empowering south Bristol’s youth
Youth Moves is addressing the cultural, social and economic divide that stops young people south of the river achieving their potential.
Lost learning: ‘My grandson’s being failed by a broken education system’
The grandmother of a boy repeatedly removed from Bristol primary schools speaks out, as the city's mayor backs a zero-exclusions policy.
Bristol landlords are cashing in on lucrative short-term lets
As properties are advertised at eye-watering prices, there have been calls for regulation of short-term and holiday lets in Bristol.
“We’re expected to carry our babies while we also carry the burden of the statistics”
With black women four times more likely to die during pregnancy, the Black Maternity Matters pilot project launches in Bristol to address disparities in maternal healthcare.
Data highlights need for renters to be better protected
Hundreds of people in Bristol have been recognised as homeless in the last few years because a private tenancy ended. Will a national policy ending 'no fault' evictions be enough to address this?
Campaigners face uphill battle to save two BS5 pubs from redevelopment
From the Redfield residents trying to preserve a historic cinema to the Barton Hill activists just wanting to keep their last local, there are common frustrations for communities trying to hang on to the places that matter to them.