The Sunday Mail (Queensland)



Queens­land has scooped the pool at last night’s Clar­ion awards.

The Sun­day Mail and The Courier-Mail shared a host of awards at Queens­land’s top media awards.

Re­in­forc­ing News Queens­land’s po­si­tion as the state’s news-break­ing and anal­y­sis pow­er­house, crime editor David Mur­ray and chief po­lice re­porter Kate Kyr­i­a­cou won the best news re­port award for their Ul­ti­mate Be­trayal: The mur­der of Al­li­son Baden-Clay, Janelle Miles picked up best fea­ture ar­ti­cle for her Fa­tal Fin­gers pack­age in Qweek­end mag­a­zine and online while Paul Syvret picked up the Clar­ion for Com­men­tary, Anal­y­sis, Opin­ion and Cri­tique.

Mike Bruce won for Kokoda: The Walk of Life in The Sun­day Mail and Michael Ma- di­gan was named In­dige­nous Is­sues Re­port­ing win­ner for his work Be­yond the Dark Clouds.

Our pho­tog­ra­phers also shone, with Peter Wal­lis tak­ing best metropoli­tan news pho­to­graph for his im­age of wife killer Ger­ard Baden-Clay, Luke Mars­den won for his Reef Res­cue se­ries and Dar­ren Eng­land was sport photo win­ner for his shot of foot­baller Tim Cahill.

The Sun­day Mail-Couri­erMail Gold Coast bureau’s Jeremy Pierce and sports writ­ers Peter Badel, Todd Ba­lym and Chris Garry picked up best sports re­ports for cov­er­age of the Ti­tans’ drug scan­dal.

Sean Keeley won the Best Three Head­ings cat­e­gory for head­lines “Ji­had me at hello” , “Voy­age of the crammed” and “Fil­lip for Repub­li­cans”.

The Gold Coast Bul­letin’s Glenn Hamp­son won the re- gional and com­mu­nity di­vi­sion best news pho­to­graph for his pow­er­ful shot How do you tell him?

The awards, ad­min­is­tered by the Media, En­ter­tain­ment & Arts Al­liance (MEAA), were hosted by Nine’s Kather­ine Feeney and The Courier-Mail’s Baz McAlis­ter.

For­mer The Courier-Mail editor Greg Cham­ber­lin was awarded the Out­stand­ing Con­tri­bu­tion to Jour­nal­ism.

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Kate Kyr­i­a­cou, David Mur­ray, Janelle Miles and Luke Mars­den.
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