Monthly Archives: August 2014

The Police have physically accessed the Bristol Indymedia server.

Last week we heard from our web hosts that the police had a court order to access the Bristol Indymedia server. We don’t know for sure, but assume that our web hosts have complied with the order and given the

Posted in Main Feature

We are taking a summer break

Our volunteers have a busy couple of weeks ahead and don’t have the time to moderate the site. We are going to turn off open publishing until at least the middle of September. We’ll then review whether we have the

Posted in Main Feature

200 Youth Inspired to be Drug Free for the New School Year By Foundation for a Drug Free World

Though going back to school may mean gaining new knowledge, the Foundation for a Drug-Free World is making sure students get an invaluable lesson.

Posted in Newswire

Are the Avon and Wiltshire Partnership honestly ‘Putting Patients Firts’?

A recent consultation paper, follows on from a compulsory competitive tendering (CCT) process initiated by the local Clinical Commissioning Group overseeing mental health services in Bristol against a background of budget reductions .

Posted in Anti Austerity, Newswire, Opinion piece

Israel-Palestine: This is how it ends

As a new round of violence kicks off in Israel-Palestine and more children are killed, it’s not enough just to call for another ceasefire. It’s time to take definitive non-violent action to end this decades long nightmare. Sign the petition! 1,599,002 have signed. Let’s get to 2,000,000!

Posted in Anti-War, Human Rights, Peace, Solidarity

further reprint from bath chronic 28 July 2014

Released without charge

Posted in Human Rights, Newswire

Travel from Bristol & Somerset to Reclaim the Power

Reclaim the Power is an action camp taking place near Blackpool in Lancashire. More than 1,000 people are expected to attend to the week of action, workshops, learning and organising for social, environmental and economic justice.

Posted in Newswire, Protest, Solidarity