Hounding Travellers out of town
Prejudice against Gypsies and Travellers is still the last ‘respectable’ racism, but is it getting worse?
Out of the frying pan and into the fire: A refugee’s story of the fight for the right to work
The barriers government put in the way of people working when they come to the UK
Falling into crack addiction: “Wrong place, wrong time”
The story of a young woman whose downward spiral into crack addiction and a controlling relationship all took place under one roof.
Chandos House: Stories of recovery from Bristol’s last drugs rehab
Chandos House is threatened by closure. Former residents there speak out about how treatment got them clean.
The government is turning NHS staff into border guards, with potentially tragic consequences
The latest part of Theresa May's hostile environment policy - but NHS staff are fighting back.
Hartcliffe Children’s Centre: staff numbers halved, parents worried
Staff cuts have hit children’s centres across Bristol under the council’s new model. Hartcliffe, one of the most deprived parts of the city, is no different.
Banjo Island: the close-knit community behind the reputation
Despite its fearsome reputation, we found a warm community and good living on Banjo Island estate in Cadbury Heath.
Inside the UK’s first ever city centre drug testing facility- in the heart of Bristol
As charity The Loop reduced harms by testing drugs at Love Saves The Day this weekend, Bristol also became the first place in the UK to offer city centre testing.
Artists pushed out but fighting back: YardArts Village
From St Pauls to Shirehampton: Circus company YardArts aim to turn leaving the city centre into an opportunity.
Private probation companies are sending more people to jail. But not for committing crimes
Outsourced providers in the Bristol area are under heavy fire for sucking up millions in public money, but failing on public safety and criminal justice.
Another blow for Filwood, as 80-year-old community centre fights for survival
Will the 80-year-old Filwood Community Centre cling on? And what can be done to revive the Broadway?
Action needed on shocking levels of teacher stress
Teachers' union survey exposes stress crisis in Bristol’s schools, exacerbated by cuts and unsustainable workloads. Could a ‘fair workload charter’ help?