Staff from the Bristol Evening Post, Sunday Mercury, Yorkshire Evening Post and Cambridge Evening News are among those in the running for an award from the Newspaper Society.
The nominations are part of the 2003 Newspaper Sales and Promotions Awards, which this year includes additional editorial categories.
Awards will be handed out for the Campaigning Newspaper of the Year; Community Newspaper of the Year; Journalist of the Year; Young Journalist of the Year; Photographer of the Year; Design and Layout of the Year and Regional Newspaper of the Year, together with more than 20 sales and promotion awards.
The winners will be announced during an awards ceremony and gala dinner at the Birmingham Metropole Hotel on March 24, which will follow a Sales and Promotions Conference.
The full list of editorial nominations is:
Chris Maguire, Bristol Evening Post
Bristol Evening Post
James Fuller, Cambridge Evening News
Dave Charnley, Evening Gazette (Teeside)
Evening Gazette (Teeside)
Isle of Man Examiner
Ian Robinson, Lancashire Evening Post
Lancashire Evening Post/Wigan Evening Post
Sharon Edwards, Lincolnshire Echo
John Raikes, Newark Advertiser
Nottingham Evening Post
South London Press
Amardeep Bassey, Sunday Mercury
Bob Haywood, Sunday Mercury
Carrie Buckle, The Argus
Mary Fitzgerald, The Belfast Telegraph
Dave Blackhurst, The Sentinel
Richard Bramwell, The Sentinel
The Star (Sheffield)
Western Daily Press
Mark Bickeroike, Yorkshire Evening Post
Bruce Rollinson, Yorkshire Post
To see a list of the nominations in the sales and promotions categories, visit www.newspapersoc.org.uk.
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