Tearing up Asda car park – The Bristol cruiser scene
Tokyo, L.A, Cribbs Causeway: the cruiser scene is alive and well in Bristol
Levelling renting’s uneven playing field
A new Bristol-based service, Marks Out Of Tenancy, is giving landlords and letting agents the TripAdvisor treatment.
Coppers working second jobs for extra cash
Give this mystery shopper bad customer service and you might get more than just a poor rating.
Racial bias growing in stop and search
While Avon and Somerset police have reduced the total number of stop an searches, the proportion of black people compared to white people increases. Photo:...
Homeopathy: public money well spent?
Molly Asher asks why Bristol is one of the last places that homeopathy is still NHS funded, despite the practice being scientifically debunked.
What future for a gentrified Bristol?
Faced with rising inequality, gentrification and a world gone mad, where will Bristol go?
At last, there’s hope for Bristol buses
After decades of damaging public transport deregulation, there's a chink of light on the horizon for cities like Bristol.
A complicated victory: Bristol, European City of Sport 2017
Bristol has won European City of Sport 2017. What does it mean for the city?
Watch: shock statement by UKIP mayoral candidate
Paul Turner, UKIP candidate in the Bristol mayoral elections, has told the Cable that Bristol-based millionaire Arron Banks should resign from the party. Turner went...
The best of Bristol news
In which we lighten up and take a little time out from reporting on the bad and serious stuff going on in our fair city...
New challenges for a booming Bristol
Bristol's population is projected to have surpassed half a million by 2029, growing at a faster rate than the rest of England. With a changing population, both in size and nature, what implications might this have for democracy, participation, and cohesion in the city?
Supported housing’s future hangs in the balance
Unless the government protects them from its housing benefit cuts, homes for vulnerable people could start shutting down in Bristol next year.