Woodcuts & Inks: Carving political messages
Old school printmaking processes are revived to produce campaign materials in the run up to the general election
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.
“You are definitely not alone”: Using art to tackle the teenage mental health taboo
Teenagers and youth charities have collaborated with the Cable on this series of illustrations on mental health
Could Bristol become outdoor advertising free?
BBC Points West picks up story reported on by the Bristol Cable.
“Are you sexually confused?”: Prejudice in mental health services
"You're sexually confused": Historically, LGBT+ people have been treated appallingly by mental health professionals and institutions, and the situation is still problematic today, says Luke Carter.
Tearing up Asda car park – The Bristol cruiser scene
Tokyo, L.A, Cribbs Causeway: the cruiser scene is alive and well in Bristol
“We invite you to join us”: Activists occupy Cheltenham Road library
Domestic violence campaigners have occupied the historic Cheltenham Road Library to protest a lack of social housing.
Photoessay: keeping printing press alive
The Cable spent a morning at the Letterpress Collective to catch a glimpse of a near vanished industry…
Interactive: Our voices – young people with cancer
People don’t often ask us about it. Often I can tell by someone’s face that they want to broach the subject.
A hard day’s night
It’s not just the tooth fairy working hard all night – Britain’s three million (and counting) night workers are too. Documented here are just a few members of Bristol’s nocturnal workforce: people who keep the city humming along while the rest of us are tucked up in bed or enjoying a long evening out.
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...