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Hat-trick for YEP

The Yorkshire Evening Post has been named Daily Newspaper of the Year for the third year in a row. The Leeds-based newspaper chalked up the hat-trick of wins at the annual Johnston Press awards, after winning praise from judges because

Gazette scoops six in North East Press Awards

The Evening Gazette, Middlesbrough, carried off the North East Newspaper of the Year title to complete a bumper evening at the Tom Cordner Transco North East Press Awards. Here is the full roll of honour: North East Newspaper of the

Gazette scoops six in North East Press Awards

The Evening Gazette, Middlesbrough, carried off the North East Newspaper of the Year title to complete a bumper evening at the Tom Cordner Transco North East Press Awards. The Gazette team took home five other trophies from the event, with

Talented North East news staff to compete for prizes

The best of the regional press in the North East is set to compete for a host of prizes at next month’s Tom Cordner Transco North East Press Awards. More than 60 journalists and publications have been shortlisted in a

Hospital worry leads to health award

A series of articles on the tragic deaths of patients at a Sunderland hospital has won a Sunderland Echo writer the runner-up spot at the MIND Journalist of the Year Awards. The awards, organised by mental health charity MIND, highlight

Northern Echo is named Newspaper of the Year

The Northern Echo is the new North East Newspaper of the Year – and its reporters received a series of individual trophies at this year’s Tom Cordner North East Press Awards ceremony. Commenting on the main award, judges from around

Regionals shortlisted in health writing awards

Journalists from the regional press are among the shortlisted entrants for the mental health charity Mind’s Journalist of the Year awards. The nominations reflect outstanding reporting of mental health issues in the local, national and consumer press. Regional journalists will

Surprise award for journalists' champion

Journalist and NUJ stalwart John Bailey unexpectedly found himself on the receiving end at the annual North East Press Awards which he co-founded and has helped to organise for the past 20 years. Colleagues gave a standing ovation and presented