Bristol's social care staff shortages 'worst they have ever been'
Poor pay, Brexit, competition from the likes of Amazon and increasingly unaffordable housing mean some care providers are struggling to provide care.
Multi-million pound projects delayed after bust-up between council leaders and metro mayor
Four council leaders refused to attend a meeting of the West of England Combined authority over claims metro mayor Norris’s recent vetoing of decisions was “unlawful”.
Tenth person jailed for involvement in Bristol Kill the Bill protest
Ryan Dwyer was arrested on warrant in Belfast last month in relation to his involvement in the Kill the Bill protest on 21 March.
'It's been a nightmare': Bristol's foodbanks sound warning over food and fuel shortages
While the government calls in the army to deliver fuel and tries to lure overseas HGV drivers to the UK, some of the city's most vital support services have been facing disruption just as a benefit boost and the furlough scheme end.
Police denied woman with autism access to appropriate adult after suicide attempt
A second complaint has been upheld against Avon and Somerset Police over their treatment of a woman who says she has suffered years of hate crime.