“The last few weeks seem like a period of reckoning of police power in the UK”. Manasa Narayanan reports on the Kill the Bill protests across the country, in response to the Police Bill.
Lennart Schiek takes a close look at the Police Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill.
Hundreds of students and staff members are planning to strike in a bid to obtain better living conditions for those living in halls and a reduction in tuition fees.
Sunday was perhaps one of the most momentous days in Bristol’s history. As you are likely to have heard, the statue of ex-slaver, Edward Colston, which has been standing in the city centre since 1895, […]
To a large proportion of the older generation, graffiti is nothing more than vandalism. However, much of the younger generation is waking up to the innate creativity involved in this art form, Editor-in-Chief, Reece Parker, […]
Promoters Treehouse have been carving out for themselves a decent corner of the Leeds club scene, building on previous smart bookings (such as a 5 hour Kowton and Peverelist B2B) by booking Tectonic Recordings boss […]
The Shimmer Band are one of the latest bands to emerge on the alternative music scene. Originally from Bristol, their music has been described as a sort of psychedelic rock. On Thursday night, they played […]
A University of Bristol student is believed to have mistakenly produced acetone peroxide, the explosive used in the 7/7 bombings during a routine science experiment last Friday (3rd February). At 2.30pm, the chemistry building at […]
A coroner is investigating three sudden deaths of students from the University of Bristol. The causes of the deaths have yet to be officially established, although tribute messages left on memorial pages established following the […]
How do you deal with nuclear waste? Turn it into a diamond battery of course! A team of physicists and chemists at the University of Bristol have developed new technology that harnesses nuclear waste to […]