PANPA announces print award nominees

The awards gala night will be held at the Sydney Masonic Centre on September 10, with organisers reporting a stronger presence this year from Asian publications.

 

“Our overseas judges have all commented on the high standard of the entries and the overall quality of newspapers and journalism in this region,” said PANPA chief executive Mark Hollands.

 

“The quality of entries is generally accepted as the best-ever by our regular judges. The entries underscore the vibrancy and professionalism of the newspaper industry – in print and digital.”

 

A list of the technical award nominees is published below:

 

Newspapers Printed on a Double-Width Press

Australian Financial Review (Fairfax Printers)

Canberra Times

Gympie Times (APN Yandina)

South China Morning Post

Sunshine Coast Daily (APN Yandina)

Sydney Morning Herald (Rural Press, Qld)

The West Australian

 

Newspapers Printed on a Single-Width Press

Apple Daily, Hong Kong

Apple Daily, Taiwan

Australian Jewish News

The Chronicle (APN, Toowoomba)

Newcastle Herald

Northern Star (APN Print, Ballina)

Sharp Daily, Taiwan

Warwick Daily News (APN Print, Toowoomba)

 

Pre-Print or Supplement

Melbourne Recital Centre (Sunday Age)

NRL Guide (Canberra Times)

Noosa News Property (APN Print, Yandina)

Sharp Daily, Taiwan

SN Real Estate (Shepparton News)

Travel Guide (The West Australian)

Your School (Shepparton News)

 

Innovation in Pre-Production Processes or Technology

APN Newspapers

Leader Newspaper Group

Otago Daily Times

 

Environment, Health & Safety

Cumberland-Courier Newspapers

Penrith City Star

 

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