BRINGING IT HOME
How PANPA winners shared the joy
The PANPA Newspaper of the Year Awards recognise not only individual excellence but team achievement. When the trophies arrive back at the office it is rightfully cause for celebration. We asked our winners to organise a photo with staff members – or themselves – with their trophies, with the invitation to be creative. Here are the results.
The Illawarra Mercury’s Sylvia Liber casually takes her 2013 News Photograph of the Year – Rural/Regional/Suburban with her for a surf. Ms Baxter won her award for a capturing a poignant shot of a lone surfer braving the elements as a storm approaches [inset].
After her 2013 Lifestyle Photograph of the Year win, The Queensland Times’ Claudia Baxter trekked back to Boonah in southeastern Queensland and found her subject, Mick McGarrity, at the Australian Hotel. The pair had a beer to celebrate the win.
Fairfax Tasmania marketing manager Karen Stallard and digital journalist Alex Fair proudly display The Examiner’s award for Marketing – Events, 25,000-90,000 circulation.
The Rotorua Daily Post shows off its bucket of trophies for the Up to 10,000 circulation Daily Newspaper of the Year Award, Stephen Parker’s Portrait of the Year Award and Janine Davy’s Advertising Manager/ Director Ad Awards trophy.
The Border Mail team in Albury-Wodonga celebrates the latest addition to the trophy cabinet after a stellar year from the newsroom.