This is an exciting opportunity to build on the strong foundations already in place to grow a sustainable, mixed portfolio of income
Our tipline means you can help us collect false information published online that might influence the public dishonestly
Banks must be forced to abide by their green pledges, says green finance reporter Josephine Moulds
Israel’s bombardment represents the deadliest conflict for journalists in living memory
2024 will be a crucial year for democracy. Here’s how we’re going to investigate
We’ve launched TBIJ’s membership community, Bureau Insiders. Here’s everything you need to know.
We’re launching Bureau Insiders – a membership community that believes investigative journalism is vital to keep democracy alive.
Link for Change is a new scheme that will bring together public interest journalists, lawyers and campaigners
With extreme heat becoming a feature of the UK's climate, we will be investigating how people experience heat inside their homes this summer
They bring a huge amount of knowledge and experience of public interest journalism, newsroom leadership and enviable global networks.
BBC journalist Sanchia Berg describes the challenges of reporting on family courts in England and Wales, and why the TBIJ-supported transparency project is a step in the right direction
Our new pilot will show how investigative journalism can be carried out with and for the public it serves
A news report about a case at Cardiff family court, made possible by a pilot to improve transparency in the family justice system, has been read more than 160,000 times on Wales Online
We want to put journalism at the heart of communities, equipping them to commission and shape investigations that leave a legacy for others to access.
A pilot at three courts could completely revolutionise the way life-changing hearings are reported
Reporting on how The People's Newsroom is moving to a new home
How the Bureau is supporting community journalists to tell their own stories
The Bureau is facing an unprecedented legal fight for doing our job – and we need your help
Heated tobacco is touted as a better alternative to cigarettes for smokers, yet new research suggests that one brand contains much more nicotine than claimed
Whether it's on a local or global scale, we set out to ensure that the power of our journalism is not limited to the stories themselves
Those least responsible for the emissions that have caused climate breakdown are already suffering the gravest consequences
People have been preparing for a United States where abortion is outlawed. The truth is that access to abortion has been under threat for decades – and not just in the US
The bestselling author Oliver Bullough joined the Bureau for a livestream event this week to talk about his new book Butler to the World.
The Amazon cannot withstand four more years of leadership that puts profit before the planet
Rozina, who joins the Bureau from the BBC, is a passionate believer in the power of public interest reporting. Her determination to open up crucial information in creative ways for different audiences...
We now want to take what we’ve learned over the past year and examine wider social inequality, while always keeping in mind the potential health outcomes for those left disadvantaged by systemic injus...
Courier, union organiser and aspiring journalist who worked with the Bureau on the groundbreaking Deliveroo investigation
Bureau Local is opening the data gathered as part of our evictions investigation