Breaking: Multinational bank backs down to local campaigners
Santander has been forced to back track on a controversial policy.
Hundreds meet to stand up to racism
“We need to organise so we are the biggest voice.”
Plugging Bristol’s energy gaps
An old and draughty housing stock, high energy consumption and fuel poverty mean tackling energy inefficiency must be a priority for our city
Bristol projects breaking down borders
What do Bristolian social workers, herbalists, and circus performers have in common? Using their skills to to provide direct aid to refugees, in border zones...
TIGER tackles sexism in Bristol schools
A co-operative is empowering young people to challenge and speak out about gender inequality.
Dear Bristol, let’s have a conversation (and get off the fence)
“We have to be the ones to make the change, now is not the time to be on the fence about things.”
“You have to change things”: Interview with leading investigative journalist
The Bristol Cable invited Meirion Jones, the Investigations Editor of the Bureau of Investigative Journalism to talk.
Breaking: Uni body votes to divest £3 million in fossil fuels
Motion to withdraw investments will pile pressure on executive.
Bristol Uni may move to drop £3 million in fossil fuels tomorrow
Local councillor and campaigners gear up for vote
It’s time to talk about HIV
With rates of HIV rising again, the support and education provided by organisations like the Brigstowe Project is more important than ever.
Bristol Uni: Don’t waste opportunity to divest from climate change
Public institutions must live up to social responsibilities.