The 9th edition of the cable is out
Opinions: Re-imagining the PRUs
Last edition, we investigated the surge in pupil exclusions from Bristol’s schools. Daniel Fox argues that ‘pupil referral units’ are an untapped resource to support vulnerable young people.
Opinions: If it ain’t broke don’t demolish it
Members of the newly formed Sorting Office Revisioning Team group (SORT) argue that the development of the Temple Meads site should truly reflect the needs of Bristol residents and the environment
Blowing the whistle, without getting whacked
As we launch our training programme for journalists, let’s not forget about the real lifeblood of any news organisation – the sources.
The beating heart in IKEA car park
Hidden away in the shadow of IKEA, the Eastville Social Club is still serving local communities.
The sinkhole beneath our schools
Bristol’s education system is struggling because of poorly planned and hopelessly optimistic private finance initiative contracts.
A hard day’s night
It’s not just the tooth fairy working hard all night – Britain’s three million (and counting) night workers are too. Documented here are just a few members of Bristol’s nocturnal workforce: people who keep the city humming along while the rest of us are tucked up in bed or enjoying a long evening out.
I chose the way that speaks truth
An exiled Sudanese journalist tells her story of political repression, exile and integration
العنوان: لقد اخترت المسار الذي فيه يمكنني ان اقول الحقيقه
صحافيه سودانيه تتحدث من المنفى عن قصتها مع القمع السياسي والمنفى ومحاولات
Let there be cake: Sunday service at Bristol’s godless church
It’s been a few years since I went to church, so one Sunday I did – sort of. The monthly Sunday Assembly at the Trinity Centre, like most churches, offers singing and readings, inspiring sermons and quiet reflection.
Institutional racism in one graph?
Why are Britain’s own citizens proving so interesting to Immigration Enforcement officials?