Coexist’s Hamilton House adventure appears to be up but a new opportunity for community ownership is on the horizon.
This week I met with Dr. Jessica Moody of Bristol University to discuss the ways in which Bristol has publicly addressed its involvement in the...
Residents of the luxury Blackberry Hill housing developments now under construction on Manor Road in Fishponds will be adding a chapter to a colourful and...
We asked members what our next campaign should be… and you came up with some challenging and powerful ideas.
Councillor for Stoke Bishop, John Goulandris calls Bristol a ‘soft touch’ on Travellers and wants the council to expand enforcement powers.
The story of a young woman whose downward spiral into crack addiction and a controlling relationship all took place under one roof.
Two domestic abuse survivors are at risk of homelessness and say that the council has abandoned them.
But Race Equality Commissioner says justice hasn’t been done for Judah Adunbi.
The infrastructure giant is one of the largest in southeast Asia.
As other grassroots music venues are closing down, the Exchange tries to find a new way to secure its future.
From racism to gentrification, poet Shagufta K Iqbal has plenty to say.
Fundraising efforts backed by numerous celebrities have failed to keep the rehab centre open.
But playworkers warn that the future of play in Bristol is at risk, with adventure playgrounds struggling to stay open without council funding.
Following a year of fraught negotiations, evictions and uncertainty, the building’s owners are also submitting a full planning application for flats.
Bristol City Council is considering backing drug consumption rooms, which could stop users dying.
There is an argument that this can help avert climate collapse.
106,000 local pension fund members are further invested in dirty energy. But new rules may make it easier to drop fossil fuels.
Survivors of domestic violence face homelessness, prompting calls for investigation
Public interest journalism is expensive, takes time and can be risky.
But powering Bristol’s media co-op isn’t.
Subscribe to our fortnightly newsletter