Reporter among Queensland’s best
GOLD COAST Bulletin real estate reporter Aleisha Pidgeon has been named a finalist in the Real Estate Institute of Queensland Awards for Excellence.
Ms Pidgeon is among four finalists vying for the prominent industry award in the best media report category.
REIQ media and communications manager Felicity Moore congratulated the finalists and said the calibre of their work was exceptionally high.
“Journalism is a challenging craft, requiring time to research the stories, interview sources, shape the story, while still managing to meet impossibly tough deadlines in this age of the 24-hour news cycle,” she said. “These outstanding reporters have exhibited extensive knowledge and acuity about the complex real estate market and its movements.
“I congratulate them on their body of work and their relentless drive to report the real estate news so accurately and so well.
“This year we had the largest number of entrants, and an exceptionally high standard of entry, and we thank every journalist who entered and the news organisations for supporting and reporting on Queensland’s real estate news.”
The winner will be named on February 4.