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The nominations for the Newspaper Society’s Weekly Newspaper Awards 2001 have been announced.

The competition, open to all paid-for and free weekly newspapers in the UK in current membership of Newspaper Society marketing, is designed to recognise outstanding journalism, photography, advertising and innovation.

The winners will be announced at the Weekly Newspaper Awards dinner at the Royal York Hotel in York on Wednesday, 17 October.

A full list of nominations is below:

Best weekly newspaper in the South East, including London

  • Paid-for newspapers: Kent Messenger; Kent & Sussex Courier; South London Press
  • Free newspapers: Luton Herald & Post; Milton Keynes Citizen; Times & Citizen

    Best weekly newspaper in Wales and the west

  • Paid-for newspapers: Bridport News; North Devon Journal; North Wales Weekly News; West Briton
  • Free newspapers: Mercury; Taunton Times; Wrexham Leader

    Best weekly newspaper in the Midlands and East Anglia

  • Paid-for newspapers: Great Yarmouth Mercury; Hinckley Times; Lowestoft Journal
  • Free newspapers: Sutton Coldfield Observer; Walsall Advertiser; Walsall Observer

    Best weekly newspaper in the north

  • Paid-for newspapers: The Chester Chronicle; The Cumberland News; Harrogate Advertiser; Sheffield Telegraph
  • Free newspapers: Birkenhead News; South Manchester Reporter; Tameside Advertiser

    Best weekly newspaper in Scotland

  • Paid-for newspapers: The Fife Free Press; The Northern Scot; Southern Reporter
  • Free newspapers: Aberdeen & District Independent; The Extra

    Best weekly newspaper in Northern Ireland

  • Paid-for newspapers: Derry Journal; Impartial Reporter; Ulster Herald

    Best news journalist

  • Paid-for newspapers: Bryan Carter, Lancaster Guardian; Chris Leggett, Hampstead & Highgate Express; Shane Dean, Western Gazette; Stian Alexander, South London Press
  • Free newspapers: Matthew Nixson, Hendon & Finchley Times; Rebecca Smith, Manchester Metro News; Steve Lowe, Bedfordshire on Sunday

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