Bristol arms dealers are supplying Turkish forces who killed a Bristolian
A Bristol woman, Anna Campbell, has been killed by Turkish forces who are supplied by arms companies with bases in Bristol
Bristol activist could face life in prison for stopping deportation flight
Today is the first day of trial for 15 activists, including Bristol woman, who grounded deportation flight last year.
Hamilton House evictions begin as controversial development looms
Around 150 tenants forced out, in the latest chapter of the long dispute over the future of the Stokes Croft cultural hub.
Anti-FGM investigations ‘discriminatory and undermining’, say parents
Bristol Somali parents feel they are being unfairly targeted and questioned by authorities over FGM.
Students occupy Bristol University in support of striking staff
Students have occupied the management floor of University of Bristol’s Senate House, demanding that the Vice-Chancellor supports striking staff
The Bristol pubs owned in tax havens
Is your pint producing profit on a tropical island?
No more play: council slashes youth services by 30%
Youth workers and parents want to know why the council has cut out play, open access and work with under 11s from its new youth services.
Plans to evict 2,000 people from Bath housing estate to go to High Court
Local people are fighting mass evictions and the demolition of 542-home Foxhill housing estate, where most affordable and social housing won't be replaced.
Staff losses imminent after ‘massive’ cuts to children’s centre funding
Bristol City Council may have prevented children's centres from closing, but services for parents with young children are to be stretched even further
Two more iconic Bristol music venues close within a week
After a recent breakthrough in securing landmark planning reforms, Bristol's music scene faces yet another setback.
Transforming mental health provision in schools?
Therapists and educators criticise the government’s proposed changes to how mental health services are delivered.