Environment Agency grants permit despite local opposition based on pollution fears.
North Bristol NHS Trust has backed down on plans to transfer management of staff to a private company, after pressure from trade unions and campaigners.
Disgusted at the rise of food poverty in Bristol, a group of Rovers fans are stepping up.
What this exciting grant means for the Cable, how members got us here, and why it’s still all about membership.
One less thing to fear for the city’s rough sleepers
As pregabalin and gabapentin are liberally prescribed by GPs — and putting drug users at risk on the black market — the government is taking action.
It’s free to access and you can apply up to the 12th of February
It’s at the heart of domestic abuse, but the police are failing to implement the new law.
Anti-advertising campaigners warn that introducing advertising into Bristol’s green spaces could detract from the wellbeing they provide.
In December, the Cable brought together members of the local community and media organisations to discuss issues of representation.
Much has been made recently about encouraging investment in Bristol – generally, for big headline-grabbing infrastructure projects. At the Cable we’ll be investing in the city in a different way over 2018, and we’re not talking about an underground network.
Legislation supported by Bristol MPs and music venues now looks certain to help protect the future of the city’s nightlife.
After the #SaveThekla campaign breathed new life into the conversation around protecting Bristol’s nightlife, the Cable spoke to The Fleece’s Chris Sharp, who’s seen it all
From major hotels and office blocks, to flats and single car parking spaces, hundreds of properties in Bristol are owned through companies based overseas. Most of these companies are based in tax havens, marked by secrecy and opportunities for dodging taxes or hiding the origins of their money.
Local pubs, hotels, flats and cinemas are owned by companies based in tax havens.
Twenty-eight properties owned by Bristol City Council are being leased to companies based in secretive tax havens, an investigation by the Cable reveals.
Family of teenager failed by Bristol’s mental health service demand more funding for the sector.
Public land is being sold to developers – but the vast majority will be unaffordable for key workers.
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