Who’s Tim Bowles anyway? Metro mayor voter turnout disparities
Turn out for the metro mayor elections varied from 46.6% in Bishopston, to just 15% in Hartcliffe and Withywood.
The NHS is on its knees
Our health service is in crisis, but what’s causing it? With such a colossal organisation there is no single answer, just death by a thousand cuts...
Going once, going twice, Sold….Then sold again for a healthy profit
Dozens of council houses auctioned then quickly resold by private buyers
Interactive: Why did some of us vote leave?
To what extent do people’s sense of community, perception of influence and opportunity, or access to resources impact the way they voted in the EU...
We didn’t all vote Remain…
Much of Bristol may be holding onto the idea that we're a Remain city - one of the few to buck the EU referendum trend of shock 'leave' wins. A closer look at the vote breakdown tells a different story...
Destination climate disaster … Via Bilbao
Mapping Bristol’s growing air traffic carbon footprint
The history of struggle at Avonmouth Docks
The Avonmouth Docks have been a site of dispute since opening in 1877 as detailed in these six events from 1923 to the present day.
Get tooled up with the Bristol Cable!
Free workshops and events for coop members: for a city that owns and creates honest and challenging media. Telling it how it is!
Taking The Piss: Agency Fees
Who’s trumping the rip off in unwarranted costs?
A High Price? Bristol and the Global drug trade
Bristol is often seen as a leader in the movement for ethical and sustainable living. At the same time, free parties, raves and recreational drug use are also marks of the city. But how do these scenes interact? Are the ethical implications of drug use considered?
Making Bristol Housing Unaffordable?
Click to enlarge. Research: Alec Saelens Design: Laurence Ware Social rent Social housing has traditionally been let at low rents, on a secure basis, to...