SURVEY: Neighbourhood partnerships cuts. Are you affected?
Neighbourhood Partnerships, the council-led forums for residents, community groups, council, police and local businesses, are facing massive cuts. Do you think they’re a vital democratic...
Forget the vinegar, the real reek is inaction on glyphosates
Forget the vinegar, the real reek is inaction on glyphosates...
Children with ME need relevant science, not pressure to do more, more, more
An advocate and campaigner living with ME explains why she opposes Bristol University’s trials on children with the condition.
TIGER tackles sexism in Bristol schools
A co-operative is empowering young people to challenge and speak out about gender inequality.
Dear Bristol, let’s have a conversation (and get off the fence)
“We have to be the ones to make the change, now is not the time to be on the fence about things.”
“You have to change things”: Interview with leading investigative journalist
The Bristol Cable invited Meirion Jones, the Investigations Editor of the Bureau of Investigative Journalism to talk.
Breaking: Uni body votes to divest £3 million in fossil fuels
Motion to withdraw investments will pile pressure on executive.
Bristol Uni: Don’t waste opportunity to divest from climate change
Public institutions must live up to social responsibilities.
Hip Hop Hijabis: “Muslim chick with an itch to spit skits”
Bristolian Muslim rappers Sukina Douglas and Tanya Muneera Williams are “proud to be from a place of resistance.”
Opinions: Re-imagining the PRUs
Last edition, we investigated the surge in pupil exclusions from Bristol’s schools. Daniel Fox argues that ‘pupil referral units’ are an untapped resource to support vulnerable young people.
That “naked man” was my friend
On Monday 24th October, my friend died by suicide. Sam Beckenham, affectionately called Sammy B by many who knew and loved him, took his own...