One woman’s journey from Bristol’s streets to helping other women ditch the drink.
Our latest event for Bristol Cable members took us deep into the world of far-right politics. But what can we do to challenge these views?
18 months on from Hurricane Maria, reflections on life in the diaspora.
Students across Bristol and the UK take to the streets again to protest the government’s lack of action over climate change. Student and environmental activist Katie is organising Bristol’s second strike.
Dan Lacey has been working for years to protect the skatepark he helped build as a teenager.
If funding cuts continue, our children face losing the opportunity to get the best possible start in life.
Some snaps of beauty amid the bullshit.
The Cable speaks to HOPE not Hate organiser Nick Spooner before our sneak preview screening of Undercover with the Alt-Right.
Libraries, fields, offices: All sold off to fund the cost of austerity
My scarf, my choice. Real oppression begins when you deprive someone of that choice.
The Cable explores the present day relevance of the Feminist Archive South.
Delay in clean air action is defended by Labour despite criticisms, opposition parties put forward alternative proposals.
George had a problem with gambling. He was 16 and hooked on computer games.
Charities say the bill, if passed, would lead to the forced assimilation of Gypsies and Travellers.
“Temporary reprieve” for nightclub until council approves plans student flats in heart of Stokes Croft.
There is no such thing as a politics unaffected by identity. So what's the fuss?
After harsh criticism from government for dragging its feet, the council was ordered to provide its plan to tackle air pollution by 21 February.
This week I met with author and journalist Melissa Chemam to discuss her book 'Out of the Comfort Zone: From Bristol to Massive Attack.'
Public interest journalism is expensive, takes time and can be risky.
But powering Bristol’s media co-op isn’t.
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