Bristol Mayor George Ferguson has been accused of a "nasty personal attack" in a row over how the city's Green Capital cash was spent.Read the full story ›
Bristol Mayor George Ferguson says there will be "further breakdown" of how the city's Green Capital cash was spent.Read the full story ›
There's been anger in Bristol over how the city has spent £8 million of taxpayers money in its year as European Green Capital.Read the full story ›
A closing ceremony is being held to mark the end of Bristol's year as European Green Capital.Read the full story ›
Two life-size whales made of willow are being unveiled in Bristol's Millennium Square this weekend - but they're marooned in a 'sea' of 70,000 plastic bottles.
The temporary art installation, designed and built by Cod Steaks and initiated by Artists Project Earth, is there to mark Bristol's status as European Green Capital - and to challenge Bristolians to use fewer single-use plastics like supermarket shopping bags.
Bristol is now half way through its year as European Green Capital - Mayor George Ferguson said he wanted the title to celebrate Bristol's environmental achievements, and act as a catalyst for change - in other words, to make the city even greener.
But with six months in, how well is it achieving those aims, and and what sort of things is the money being spent on?
Caron Bell reports.
A Bristol bridge was deliberately engulfed in fog as part of an art installation to celebrate the city's year as European Green Capital.Read the full story ›
An ambitious year for Bristol began with an ambitious and stunning high wire crossing in the Cumberland Basin.
Crowds held their breath as Hollywood couple Jade and Karine lit up the night sky, officially launching the city's year as European green Capital.
Thousands turned out in Bristol last night to mark the start of the City's year as European Green Capital.
Bristol is the first UK city to be given the status and kicked things off with high wire stunt 100 feet above the ground.
Mayor George Ferguson even took a step away from his traditional red trousers to support the city's green ambitions:
The last minute touches are being put into place for a ceremony in Bristol tonight marking the city becoming the European Green Capital. The dress rehearsal took place last night including a high wire display almost 30 metres (100 ft) above the city.