An NHS worker has been left scarred for life and frightened for his safety after being seriously injured in a racially aggravated hit-and-run.
A grime artist who held four women against their will and repeatedly raped them has been jailed for 24 years.
A teepee village has been erected in Bristol to provide a socially distanced dining and drinking space.
Two “playful and inquisitive” lynx kittens at the Wild Place Project in Bristol are due to be named by the public.
The mayor of Bristol has said a sculpture of a Black Lives Matter protester erected on the plinth where a statue of slave trader Edward Colston used to stand “will have to be removed”.
The Mayor of Bristol has described a sculpture of a Black Lives Matter protester erected on the plinth where a statue of slave trader Edward Colston used to stand as the “work and decision of a London-based artist”.
A sculpture of a black woman who took part in a Black Lives Matter protest in Bristol has been erected on the plinth where a statue of slave trader Edward Colston used to stand.
The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall visited an Asda distribution centre to thank staff who have worked throughout the coronavirus pandemic.
Hundreds of giant white hearts have been painted onto parks in Bristol to keep people at least two metres apart and help prevent the spread of coronavirus.
This year’s Bristol balloon fiesta will still go ahead – but only as a “flypast” in the sky.
A 24-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the toppling of the statue of slave trader Edward Colston in Bristol last month.
Police are investigating the death of a teenager who was prescribed medication against his and his parents’ wishes.
This week marks the 50th anniversary of the re-floating of the world’s first great ocean liner.
Germany’s biggest coach company is readying to launch in the UK later this week even as travel companies around the world struggle with the consequences of government lockdowns.
Staff at the Bristol Royal Infirmary say they are “delighted” to have the chance to name and adopt a baby tree kangaroo at Bristol Zoo Gardens.
A classic Bristol Blenheim was the star of the show as it went under the hammer at an online auction recently.
Detectives investigating damage to a statue of Jamaican playwright and actor Alfred Fagon have released an image of a man they want to speak to.
Detectives investigating the toppling of the statue of slave trader Edward Colston during a Black Lives Matter protest have released images of 15 people they wish to speak to.
Police are investigating after the grave of an enslaved African man was vandalised in an apparent “retaliation attack” following the toppling of a statue of slave trader Edward Colston.
The grave of an enslaved African man has been vandalised in an apparent “retaliation attack” following the toppling of a statue of slave trader Edward Colston in Bristol.
A school named after slave trader Edward Colston is considering changing its name.
A zebra born at a Gloucestershire wildlife park has been named after Dame Vera Lynn in a nod to lyrics used to inspire hope during the coronavirus pandemic.
The city that sparked a nationwide re-examination of memorials to figures linked to the slave trade has committed to “learning the truth” about its complicated history.
A Government minister has called for decisions over the future of controversial statues of historical figures to be taken democratically as pressure mounts on authorities to remove contentious monuments.
A Conservative Party councillor has described 17th century slave trader Edward Colston as a “hero” to the city of Bristol, claiming that his statue was pulled down by a “criminal mob”.
Wigan has come out on top in a list of the UK’s safest parking locations.
Banksy has made a comical suggestion of what should replace the toppled statue of Edward Colston in his home city of Bristol, with a new sketch.
The leader of Edinburgh City Council has said he would feel “no sense of loss” if a statue of a politician who delayed the abolition of slavery was removed.
A sign has been taped over a plaque that praises slave trader Edward Colston as one of Bristol’s most “virtuous and wise” citizens.
Bristol’s police chief has defended his officers for not intervening to stop protesters pulling down the statue of slave trader Edward Colston.