Murdered Belfast journalist Lyra McKee: just as her public-interest journalism was at the fringes of the mainstream media debate in the North, the issues she championed are also missing from recent talks. Photograph: Jess Lowe

In May, the British and Irish governments launched talks to restore the Northern Ireland Assembly, but we have yet to see any appetite to tackle deepe(...)

 Hillary Clinton:  in an interview in The Irish Times, the former US presidential candidate urges Westminster politicians to investigate  the alleged misuse of personal data to influence voters. Photograph: Irfan Khan/AFP/Getty Images

The decision by voters in the United Kingdom to vote to quit the European Union was “motivated by misconceptions and myths” and must not damage Northe(...)

The Detail’s story on the historic buildings in  Northern Ireland at greatest risk included the 18th-century Kilwaughter Castle in Larne, Co Antrim

Belfast investigative website The Detail has announced it would expand its work and recruit new journalists. The Detail is a not-for-profit digital (...)

A poster campaign highlighting political failures in the peace process has been launched by Belfast-based news and analysis website The Detail.

A poster campaign highlighting political failures in the peace process has been launched by the Northern Irish news and analysis website The Detail.(...)

The Detail, a Belfast-based news and analysis website, has pulled together statistics from various sources to “paint a picture of modern Northern Ireland”.

Changes in the demographics of Northern Ireland mean the percentage of Protestants and Catholics living in the region is now closer than at any time i(...)

Kathryn Torney, deputy editor of The Detail, Joanne McDowell, director of the Big Lottery Fund Northern Ireland, Steven McCaffery, editor of The Detail, and Lisa McElherron, head of public affairs at the Northern Ireland Council for Voluntary Action. Photograph: Big Lottery Fund/PA Wire

An ambitious project aimed at shedding light on the performance of education, health and other public services across the North has got a major grant.(...)

First Minister Peter Robinson: “very clearly . . . the Irish State was funding the guns going to the Provisional IRA”. Photograph: Paul Faith/PA Wire

First Minister Peter Robinson and Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin have taken opposing positions over unionist claims that in 1969-1970 the governmen(...)

Colm Hefferon, son of Arms Trial witness Col Michael Hefferon (in photograph  frame), who has called on the Government to release more documents. Photograph: Alan Betson

The son of a former Army head of intelligence has called for an “independent trawl” of government files to help establish the truth behind the 1970(...)