Colston statue toppled during Bristol's Black Lives Matter protest
The statue of slave trader Edward Colston in Bristol city centre - often the centre of debates about marking Bristol's dark history - was today torn down.
£37.7 million later: Council announces sale of debt-ridden Bristol Energy
The announcement comes after Labour councillors last week blocked an inquiry into the saga, which has cost the local authority millions.
Council will have to make spending cuts, as cost of Covid-19 passes £100 million
Bristol City Council has repeatedly called for more funding from central government, because the current level of support leaves a black hole of £86 million.
'More work to do' on institutional racism at Bristol City Council
The council has been tackling the problem following a damning review into the death of Bijan Ebrahimi and complaints of racial discrimination by council staff.
Under lockdown, social work has gone virtual. What happens when the real world comes back?
Child protection relies on face-to-face relationships and has been turned inside out by coronavirus. As lockdown eases, there are fears over what might come next.
Bristol Energy inquiry blocked by Labour councillors
There will be no independent inquiry into why Bristol City Council continued to pump millions of pounds into debt-ridden firm Bristol Energy.
Cars to be banned from parts of Bristol city centre in major boost for cycling and walking
The council plans include banning cars from Bristol Bridge and a section of Baldwin Street, as well as pedestrianising the Old City and widening pavements across Bristol.
Private Bristol student housing company refusing rent relief despite coronavirus exodus
Students in university-owned halls aren’t being charged if they’ve moved out, but a group of first-year students in privately owned halls have fallen through the cracks and may be forced to cough up £1,500.
Temporary coronavirus mortuary to open as council prepares for 'worst case scenario'
The new mortuary will increase Bristol City Council's capacity to deal with deceased people by two-thirds.
Under fire letting agents to propose rent reduction after 130 students go on strike
Digs letting agency admit email was “insensitive” and say they will speak to landlords about options, including 50% rent reduction.
This NHS worker is facing eviction, as Bristol rallies to help coronavirus heroes
A Bristol NHS trust is paying to put up frontline workers in hotels so they can self-isolate, while communities offer their support.
Councillors give themselves a pay rise
Bristol city councillors have awarded themselves a pay hike costing council tax payers an extra £180,000 a year while freezing the salaries of top officers....
Bristolians are self-organising a phenomenal coronavirus fight back in ways that will outlast pandemic
While the first priority is responding to urgent needs, for many involved, they hope the bonds built in communities will outlast this current crisis.
Councillors throw out airport expansion plans, but is this the end of the road?
North Somerset joins the ranks of Southampton and Stansted, whose local councillors also voted to reject airport expansion plans.
Exclusive: Special needs school to close amid police probe into care home
St Christopher’s residential home closed last year amid a child cruelty investigation. Now the much-criticised day school will shut its doors in March.
Residents slam 'serious flaw' in planning process in campaign to save threatened trees
Crucial questions remain unanswered in the ongoing fight to protect M32 Maples, including who owns the trees.
Local policing has been slashed and violent crime is up. Who will claim the mantle of ‘law and order’?
Avon and Somerset Police has had 19% of its police officers cut since the Conservatives came to power in 2010
Bristol South: What you need to know for the 2019 General Election
Bristol South has some of the most deprived areas in the country. Here’s what the different candidates say they’re going to do about it.