Newspaper Of The Year Winners Announced

Newspaper Of The Year Winners Announced
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The Newspaper Works announced the winners of the 2014 Newspaper of the Year awards in Sydney last night.

More than 1,000 entries were submitted to this year’s awards, known as the PANPAs, which cover newspapers, photography, advertising, marketing, environment and print and production. The awards were sponsored by Norske Skog.

A change of criteria for the Newspaper of the Year awards has placed greater emphasis on the quality of journalism, digital execution and the ability to record a growing audience.

The Newspaper Works CEO Mark Hollands said: “Newspapers from all over the Asia Pacific set an extremely high standard in their submissions and left our judges locked in debate over the major Newspaper of the Year winner.

“We have some of the best newspapers in the world and the Newspaper of the Year awards continue to attract great support despite the increasing commercial pressures on the industry and, therefore, newspaper colleagues. I’d like to thank everyone who took the time to enter, and in doing so, contributed to the sense of community of our industry.”

The 2014 Newspaper of the Year award winners are:

NEWSPAPER OF THE YEAR

DAILY NEWSPAPER OF THE YEAR

National / Metro                   The Courier-Mail

Regional                                  Newcastle Herald

Community                             TheGympie Times

 

WEEKEND NEWSPAPER OF THE YEAR

The Weekend Australian

 

NON-DAILY NEWSPAPER OF THE YEAR

Regional                                  The Land

Community                             St George & Sutherland Shire Leader 

 

TECHNOLOGY

PRINT CENTRE OF THE YEAR

Fairfax Media Print & Distribution, North Richmond, NSW

 

SINGLE-WIDTH

National / Metro                    Apple Daily Printing (Hong Kong)

Regional                                  TheGeraldton Guardian

Community                             Bairnsdale Advertiser

 

DOUBLE-WIDTH

National / Metro                    The West Australian

Regional                                  Sunshine Coast Daily

Community                             New Zealand Chinese Herald

 

PRE-PRINT OR SUPPLEMENT

Northern Daily Leader                        Tamworth Regional Council Supplement

 

ENVIRONMENT

News Corp Australia                       1 Degree’s FY2014 Environmental Awareness Campaign

 

PHOTOGRAPHY

PORTRAIT

National / Metro                    Chef Trois – Matt Turner, The Advertiser, Adelaide

Regional                                  Brave Shaylene – Addison Hamilton, Daily Advertiser

Community                             Girl & Her Horse – Matt Bedford, Armidale Express

 

FEATURES AND LIFESTYLE

National / Metro                    From Victoria with Love – Jason Edwards, Sunday Herald Sun

Regional                                  Making a Splash – Brendan Radke, Gold Coast Bulletin

Community                             King Rocco – Justin Brierty, The Centralian Advocate

 

SPORT

National / Metro                    Hair Apparent – Wayne Ludbey, The Courier-Mail

Regional (TIE)                         Cricket at the Speed of Fright – Jon Gellweiler, South

Western Times

                                                 Heat Stroke – Jim Aldersey, Bendigo Advertiser

Community                             Jesse Rodgers – Jon Hewson, Mandurah Coastal Times

 

NEWS

National / Metro                    Haiyan Typhoon – Brendan Esposito, The Sydney Morning Herald

Regional                                  Fires – Phil Hearne, Newcastle Herald

Community                             Ugly Side of Footy – Geoff Jones, Hawkesbury Gazette

 

DIGITAL

BEST MOBILE SITE

mX –  App for Smartphones

 

BEST NICHE / SPECIALITY APP OR MICROSITE

The Canberra Times                        The Silent War

 

DIGITAL INNOVATION OF THE YEAR

The Straits Times, Singapore        Communities Platform

 

NEWS SITE OF THE YEAR

National / Metro (TIE)            Apple Daily, Taiwan (appledaily.com.tw) The Advertiser, Adelaide (advertiser.com.au)

Regional                                  Newcastle Herald (theherald.com.au)

 

HEGARTY INDUSTRY SCHOLARSHIP     

Mark Baker, Launceston Examiner, Fairfax Media

The Judges for the 2014 awards were:

Gai Le Roi, Paul Dovas, Simon Wake, Sunita Gloster, Nicole Boyd, Sophie Madden, Denise Shrivel, Peter Miller, Jane Schulze, John Sintras, Mark Harricks, Ray Black, Allison Whitelaw, Matthew Green, Rick Slowgrove, Grant Booker, Jenny Stiles, Dean Gould, Ashadi Hopper, Tom Cooper, Herbert Kieleithner, Scott Player, Jay Morgan, Ian Perrin, John Kroll, Kim Dalton, Warren Beeby, Rick Neville, Tony Gillies, Darrell Mullen, Peter Clark, Steve Packham, Peter Coleman, John Hancock, David Hovenden, Doug Wills, Gavin Ellis, Peter Cornelius, Glen Frost, Chris Pash, Justin Stone, Tim Burrowes, Brad Howarth, Marcelo Silva, Claudia Sagripanti, Joe Zeff, Andre Slade,  Simon Sharwood, Mark Challinor, Richard De Nys, Stuart Cameron, Karyn Crawford, Bill Cain, Cheryl Senter, David Leeson, Geoff Hiscock, Jeff Darmanin, Andy Moger, Hugh Martin, Samantha Amjadhali, Malcolm Alder, Ian Moore (non-voting chair of Newspaper of the Year panel).

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