The shortlist has been announced for an annual awards which aims to recognise the best student and trainee journalists.
The National Council for the Training of Journalists has revealed the nominations for the Awards for Excellence, which are open to students on NCTJ-accredited courses and trainees with less than two years in journalism.
More than 150 entries for the awards were received and the winners are set to be announced at the Journalism Skills Conference in Bournemouth on 27 November.
Judges for the awards included Ian Carter, editorial director of the Kent Messenger Group, Brian Flynn, investigations editor at The Sun, Andrew Parkes, group managing editor at Newsquest South London and Steve Phillips, group picture editor at the South Wales Evening Post.
The full shortlist is:
Student news journalism
Nathan Briant, University of Sheffield
Shauna Corr, Belfast Metropolitan College
Eleanor Ross, News Associates London
Trainee news journalism
James Caldwell, Hull Daily Mail
Matthew Cannon, Brentwood Gazette
Claire Jones, Plymouth Herald
Student top scoop/exclusive
Hannah Bryan, University of Sheffield
Samantha Fisher, Nottingham Trent University
Sophie Mei Lan Slack, University of Salford
Student features of the year
Gemma Bradish, Nottingham Trent University
Rachel Gorman, Nottingham Trent University
Lauren Peel, University of Sheffield
Jane Renton, Nottingham Trent University
Trainee features of the year
Phoebe Jackson-Edwards, Hull Daily Mail
Joanna Morris, Northern Echo
Jamie Rose, Dover Express
Student images of the year
Tom Maddick, Sheffield College
David Mirzoeff, Sheffield College
Trainee image of the year
Harry Atkinson, North West Evening Mail
Elinor Hoskins, Archant London
Student/trainee sports journalism
There were 20 entries and there was one winner for each category who will be announced at the conference.