Bristol News

  • Saltford firm teams up with Lego to create children's adventure game

    Saltford firm teams up with Lego to create children's adventure game

  • Developer collaborates with Bristol University on building project software

    Developer collaborates with Bristol University on building project software

  • Region's hotels and leisure industry set for a record year of staycations

    Region's hotels and leisure industry set for a record year of staycations

  • Trinity Mirror boss to talk about media revolution at Showcase event

    Trinity Mirror boss to talk about media revolution at Showcase event

  • Plans to fully digitise tax system for businesses dropped

    Plans to fully digitise tax system for businesses dropped

  • Financial insolvencies jump to highest level in three years

    Financial insolvencies jump to highest level in three years

  • Builders hand back church to delighted parishioners after major refurbishment

    Builders hand back church to delighted parishioners after major refurbishment

  • Opinion: Flexible working is key to securing talent

    Opinion: Flexible working is key to securing talent

  • New partnership unlocks doors to new security apprenticeship

    New partnership unlocks doors to new security apprenticeship

  • Businesses looking to recruit apprentices invited to SGS College employers' forum

    Businesses looking to recruit apprentices invited to SGS College employers' forum

  • Recruiters celebrate 10 years of going it alone

    Recruiters celebrate 10 years of going it alone

  • Economic Growth Conference to focus on a South West Powerhouse

    Economic Growth Conference to focus on a South West Powerhouse

  • UWE Vice Chancellor appointed new chair of the LEP

    UWE Vice Chancellor appointed new chair of the LEP

  • New Wapping Wharf restaurant brought to life thanks to special funding package

    New Wapping Wharf restaurant brought to life thanks to special funding package

  • Too many Bristol firms have cash tied up in excess working capital, research shows

    Too many Bristol firms have cash tied up in excess working capital, research shows

  • Manufacturers see biggest jump in export growth in six years

    Manufacturers see biggest jump in export growth in six years

  • Grim implications of business rates burden revealed

    Grim implications of business rates burden revealed

  • Bristol's economy enjoys 2.4 per cent growth

    Bristol's economy enjoys 2.4 per cent growth

  • First sees bus usage grow by 2.5 million in Bristol

    First sees bus usage grow by 2.5 million in Bristol

  • Call for business to help solve city's transport problem

    Call for business to help solve city's transport problem