Opinion: We need to fight council tax plans that hit poorest hardest
The short sighted and damaging plans need to be dropped and another way found, argues Anny Cullum an organiser for ACORN.
Opinion: Engineers can’t ignore social responsibility
“If we are going to look with pride on how our tools make positive contributions to the world, we must also accept some responsibility for...
Listen: Powerful voices and stories of recovery from addiction
A selection of powerful stories of people going through recovery.
OPINION: BBC wrong to host climate skeptic
Cable member Graham McGrath, a Bristol-based environmental consultant, says the BBC were wrong to host Lord Lawson, the well known climate skeptic.
OCD: fighting a battle inside my head
Nearly 70 overdoses and a stomach full of charcoal: one young woman shares her 18-month experience of obsessive-compulsive disorder.
Video: What’s up with the council cuts consultations?
The council is planning to cut back on libraries, public toilets, school crossing patrols and adult social care. As the consultation roadshow comes to an...
Beyond food banks: Solutions for feeding Bristol
Laurie King, from Sims Hill Shared Harvest, explains the need for a holistic approach to tackle food insecurity – and the projects, including Sims Hill’s...
Bristol Free Voice: A refugee media project
Tired of the misrepresentation of refugees and asylum seekers in the media, Bristol Free Voice is tackling the issue head on. Founded earlier this year,...
Voices: A view on van-living
Isabel Burnett speaks about her experiences living outside the traditional housing market – in a van parked up on the street.
Voices: Former MP Charlotte Leslie’s lands new job in… politics!
Charlotte Leslie, the former Bristol North West MP has landed herself a job as the new director of the Conservative Middle East Council.
Voice: Inadvertent racism is still racism – The recent Exchange “no grime allowed” fiasco is just the latest
There’s no easy answer to the simultaneous exclusion of black cultural output and then it's appropriation by brands and people who are disrespectful to those who create it.
Voices: Don’t let the arms industry sponsor Bristol Pride
Lorna Stephenson argues that companies such as Babcock should not be allowed to ‘pink-wash’ their dealings with repressive regimes by sponsoring Pride events.