'Herald-Sun' PANPA's newspaper of the year

'Herald-Sun' PANPA's newspaper of the year
Melbourne’s tabloid daily and Sunday newspapers, News Limited’s the ‘Herald-Sun’ and ‘Sunday Herald-Sun’ have confirmed their leading positions by taking this year’s PANPA ‘Newspaper of the Year’ awards.

Winners in the annual contest were announced at a gala dinner at the end of this year’s conference at Conrad Jupiters casino on Queensland’s Gold Coast.

Newspaper of the Year awards (sponsored by Norske Skog):


Non-daily under 20,000 circulation – Busselton-Dunsborough Times; highly commended

Kiama Independent.

Non-daily 20,001-50,000 circulation – Western Suburbs Weekly; highly commended Maroondah Leader.

Non-daily under 50,001 circulation – Campbelltown-Macarthur Advertiser; highly commended Sydney’s Child, and Melbourne’s Child.

Dailies under 20,000 circulation – Sunraysia Daily; highly commended, The Daily Post, and Fraser Coast Chronicle.

Dailies 20,001-50,000 circulation – Geelong Advertiser; highly commended, The Cairns Post.

Dailies over 50,001 circulation – Herald Sun; highly commended, The Age, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Manly Daily, Courier-Mail (Brisbane).

Sunday Newspaper of the Year (inaugural awards) – Sunday Herald Sun; highly commended,

The Sunday Age, Sunday Canberra Times, and The Sunday Mail.

Awards for technical excellence:

Single-width press:

Circulation under 20,000 –The Australian Jewish News; highly commended, The Observer (Gladstone).

Circulation 20,001-50,000 – The Chronicle; highly commended, Otago Daily Times.

Printed on a single-width press, circulation over 50,001 – Apple Daily (Taiwan) ; highly commended, Today.

Double-width press (sponsored by DIC):

Circulation under 20,000 – The Queensland Times.

Circulation 20,001-50,000 – The Canberra Times; highly commended, Sunshine Coast Daily.

Circulation over 50,000 – South China Morning Post; highly commended, The Sydney Morning Herald .

Overall excellence in preprint or supplement – The Canberra Times; highly commended, Apple Daily (Taiwan).

Environment, health and safety award (sponsored by PNEB) – The Age Print Centre.

Innovation in preproduction process or technology (sponsored by Atex) – Port Macquarie News.

Marketing (sponsored by Norske Skog):

Branding under 20,000 circulation – Free Press Leader; highly commended, Fiji Times.

Branding 20,001-50,000 –The Geelong Advertiser; highly commended, The Geelong Advertiser.

Branding over 50,001 – Herald Sun; highly commended, The Sunday Mail.

Newspaper marketing (sponsored by Norske Skog):

Circulation under 20,000 – Fraser Coast Chronicle; highly commended,

South Western Times.

Circulation 20,001- 50,000 – The Geelong Advertiser; highly commended, Illawarra Mercury.

Circulation over 50,000 – The Daily Telegraph/The Sunday Telegraph; highly commended, The New Zealand Herald.

Display advertising (sponsored by Norske Skog):

Under 20,000 circulation – The Nelson Mail.

Circulation 20,001-50,000 – Waikato Times; highly commended, Waikato Times.

Circulation over 50,000 – The New Zealand Herald; highly commended, The New Zealand Herald.

Classified advertising (sponsored by Norske Skog):

Circulation under 20,000 – Fiji Sun; highly commended, The Timaru Herald.

Circulation 20,001-50,000 – Not awarded.

Circulation over 50,000 –The Advertiser; highly commended, The Dominion Post.

Events awards (sponsored by Norske Skog):

Circulation under 20,000 – Fraser Coast Chronicle; highly commended, The Daily Post.

Circulation 20,001-50,000 – The Chronicle; highly commended, Illawarra Mercury.

Circulation over 50,000 – The Sunday Mail; highly commended, The Advertiser.

Young readers awards:

Circulation under 20,000 – The Fraser Coast Chronicle, and The Courier (Ballarat) (two awards); highly commended, South Western Times.

Circulation 20,001-50,000 – Bay of Plenty Times; highly commended, Hawke’s Bay Today.

Circulation over 50,000 – The Courier-Mail.

Sponsorship (sponsored by Norske Skog):

Circulation up to 20,000 – South Western Times.

Circulation 20,001-50,000 – The Geelong Advertiser; highly commended, The Geelong Advertiser.

Circulation over 50,000 – Sunday Star-Times; highly commended, The Advertiser.

Cause-related marketing:


Circulation up to 20,000 – Wanganui Chronicle; highly commended, The Daily Post.

Circulation 20,001-50,000 – Waikato Times; highly commended, The Geelong Advertiser.

Circulation over 50,000 – The Advertiser; highly commended, The Herald (Newcastle).

Online Newspaper of the Year (sponsored by CCI Europe):

Regional – www.cairns.com.au; highly commended, www.inmycommunity.com.au, and www.goldcoast.com.au.

Metropolitan – www.theaustralian.com.au; highly commended, www.dompost.co.nz, and www.stuff.co.nz.

Photography awards (sponsored by Canon):

Newspaper photograph of the year, news – Mike Keating (Herald Sun) ; highly commended, Stephen Parker (Herald Sun), and Darren Pateman (The Herald, Newcastle).

Sport – Jonathan Searle (The Sunday Mail) ; highly commended, Andrew Richie (Western Suburbs Weekly) and Hank van Stuivenberg (Illawarra Mercury).

Lifestyle – Kent Blechynden (The Dominion Post) ; highly commended, Jason Ho (Weekend TODAY), and Stephen Ostrer (Food in Focus).

Features – Rob Williams (The Queensland Times) ; highly commended, Karen Dodd (Sunday Herald Sun), and Andrew Richie (Western Suburbs Weekly).

The PANPA Hegarty Award – Simon Holt (group news editor, Cumberland and Courier Newspapers, Sydney).

A record 386 separate entries were received for newspaper categories covering print, innovation, photography, marketing and the print and online Newspaper of the Year Awards.

Chief executive Mark Hollands says the entries were outstanding: “Professional excellence and a commitment to quality journalism and photography is alive and well in newspapers across our region.

“Our newspapers are stunning. Yet again, these awards prove newspaper journalism is the best journalism. Quality journalism is not only confined to metropolitan newspapers. We have had fantastic entries from regional and suburban newspapers from across the Pacific.

Print categories were also hotly contested, with judges remarking that the standard of printing colour had continued to rise.
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