Page 1 of 2 The News & Star, Carlisle, has been crowned the North-West’s top daily newspaper at the 10th annual BNFL-sponsored North-West Newspaper Awards. The winners of the prestigious competition were announced at the JJB Sports Stadium in Wigan,
There are now an ever-increasing number of regional and national industry awards providing recognition for the hard work journalists put in to producing newspapers each day.
Whatever the award, whether it be for specialist writing or UK-wide events, we will strive to cover them in this section.
The Eastern Daily Press has received a major international award for helping thousands of tragic children and refugees in some of the world’s most horrific war zones. The award was picked up by the paper’s deputy editor James Ruddy, who
Jersey Evening Post political correspondent Philip Falle has been awarded an MBE. Mr Falle, who has been with the paper for 28 years, was made a Member of the Order of the British Empire for his services to journalism. Mr
Holdthefrontpage and its sister sites, which include adoption-net.co.uk and toowrite.com, have scooped a prestigious title at this year’s Newspaper Society New Media Awards. The Special Award for Innovation in Digital Publishing was awarded to our parent company Northcliffe Electronic Publishing
Page 2 of 2 Best web design – newspaper sitesWinner – Businessam.co.uk, Business amHighly commended – JC.com, Jewish ChronicleCommended – EDP24.com, Eastern Daily Press Best web design – external company Winner – Muttonjeff.co.uk, Scunthorpe TelegraphHighly commended – Severnlodgenursery.co.uk, Bradford Telegraph
A former Daily Record journalist has received a Lifetime Achievement Award at the Scottish Press Awards. Alex Cameron, former chief sports writer at the paper, received the 2001 Scottish Lifetime Achievement Award from the Editor’s Committee of the Scottish Daily
Local, regional and national journalists from the whole of Scotland have been honoured at the 2001 Scottish Press Awards. More than 330 journalists, representing 50 publications, entered this year’s competition, making it the largest entry in the awards 22-year history.
Page 1 of 2 Journalist of the YearWinner – Alistair McKay, The Scotsman Scoop of the Year Winner – Lorna Martin, The HeraldNominees – Lorna Hughes, Sunday Mail; Bill Greig, Daily Express; Gethin Chamberlin & Dave Thompson, Daily Record Reporter
A number of awards have been handed out for outstanding candidates in recent National Council for the Training of Journalists’ exams. Three shorthand prizes have been awarded. For the first time there were two winners of the Harry Butler Prize,
The National Council for the Training of Journalists has announced the results of the May 2001 National Certificate Examination for Press Photographers and Photo-journalists. Nine press photographers and two photo-journalists sat the NCE on May 16 and six gained the
Judging is now under way to select the winners of the Press Gazette’s Regional Press Awards 2001. ITN political editor John Sergeant will present the winners, whittled from an entry of more than 700, with their awards at the Hilton
Newsrooms across the North West are buzzing after the announcement of the nominees for this year’s BNFL Newspaper Awards. The Lancashire Evening Post could be set for a trophy-laden day after being nominated in all but one of the categories.
The Campaign for Freedom of Information is looking for nominations for its annual Freedom of Information Awards. The awards recognise the authorities, individuals, media bodies and other organisations who have made significant contributions to Freedom of Information. Individual journalists, local
The Evening Press at York has been recognised by its American owners for the way it handled the November floods crisis. The paper has won an Innovator Drive for Excellence award to become one of only five prize-winners in the
The nominations for this year’s Newspaper Society New Media Awards have been announced, ahead of next month’s New Media Conference and Awards ceremony. Niche sites, innovation, design and community service are among the areas recognised in the list. The New
A westcountry columnist’s dedication to conservation has been recognised at a national awards ceremony. Trevor Beer, who writes a daily Nature Watch column for the Western Morning News, was awarded the David Bellamy Prize by the British Conservation Society in