"Suzanne Breen, Sunday Tribune Northern Editor, has been threatened with legal action if she doesn't give up phones, computers, discs, notes and other material linked to two articles she has written on the paramilitary organisation."
"The Banjax Crime Map is a map of crime in Northern Ireland. The data for the map comes from the Northern Ireland Neighbourhood Information Service (NINIS)."
"When the Democratic Unionist Party assembly member Ian Paisley Jnr stood down from his father's department last month, he became the first government minister in the UK to resign because of the Freedom of Information Act"
"Investigations correspondent David Gordon argues that the Freedom of Information Act played a key role in bringing down the junior minister [Ian Paisley Jr']."
"[A] private internal report for Ministers, seen by the Belfast Telegraph, on the operation of the Freedom of Information system ... reveals that in October the bulk of FoI requests came from the public - 61%. the media ... make ... around 18%"
"The Information Commissioner Richard Thomas has marked [International Right to Know Day] by calling on public authorities to release more information proactively about their work."
Seamus McCauley smacks down Janet Street-Porter's latest column: "It ignores all of the evidence we have of teenage suicide epidemics that owe nothing at all to the Internet." The evidence actually points at big media reporting high-profile suicides!
Read this: Ian Douglas demolishes Janet Street-Porter's "misleading, uncomprehending and dangerous" recent column blaming the internet for suicides in its place.
Now Janet Street-Porter thinks the spate of teenage suicides in Northern Ireland has something to do with the Internet: "[T]he internet's true negative power is to replace real relationships and friendships with cyber pals."