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Newspaper of the Year : 2011 Newspaper of the Year
It’s a team game PANPA 2011 Newspaper of the Year Awards The first is, if you win, make sure you have your photo taken for the next edition. The second is, don’t break the trophy. Over the years, the occasion- al editor or general manager has returned home to the dark mutterings of the Market- ing Department because the trophy has ended up looking more like a Chinese puzzle than a gleaming statue of rec- ognition. Thankfully, such tales were rare this year. Colleagues have delighted in their victories, and they have been kind enough to take pho- tos of their celebrations. While a manager might take the spotlight for a moment in collecting their award, every- one knows that for newspa- pers, success is built on team work – from the journalists and photographers on the frontline, to the printers, truck drivers and IT crews that en- sure our papers and websites reach their audiences. Check out more photos of celebrations back at the office on Pages 9, 21, 23, 28&29,43,45,46&47 TWO golden rules exist for those who travel to the Newspaper of the Year awards on behalf of their colleagues, hoping to take home a piece of glassware 1. 2. 5. 3. 4. 1. Andrew Ritchie, of the Western Suburbs Weekly in WA, celebrates another PANPA win; 2. Staff of The Land celebrate their Newspaper of the Year win . . . from (left to right): Glenda Ashton (classifieds), Holly McAlister (editorial) Karen Oderberg (Classifieds manager), Carla Wiese-Smith (Livestock editor), Nick Heydon (editorial), former The Land editor and now associate editor, Andrew Marshall (holding PANPA trophy), Brendan Mansbridge (editorial), Karen Bailey (Markets editor), Garry Bird (display advertising) and Malcolm Sear (display advertising); 3. Gold Coast Bulletin’s marketing team of Ryan Miles, Rohan Smith, Lynette Bodi and Paul Morton; 4. News Ltd scoops the photo awards – Daily Telegraph winners Brad Hunter and Craig Greenhill 5. It’s a team effort . . . Scott Thompson leads the Sunday Newspaper of the Year team of the Sunday Mail in Queensland. Genuine Goss Limitless press options From 2x1 to 6x2. Heatset to coldset. And for every high quality print production requirement and market opportunity in between. No supplier gives you more press and configuration options, interchangeable technologies and imaginative ideas to choose from. Goss International, Unit 16, 35 Dunlop Road, Mulgrave, Victoria 3170, Australia +03.9560.1666 www.gossinternational.com PANPA quality text NP ad.indd 1 10/4/11 2:20 PM 7