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Newspaper of the Year : 2011 Newspaper of the Year
THE PRESS PANPA 2011 Newspaper of the Year In the category dailies 25,000 - 90,000 circulation It’s been a tough year for us here at The Press. We have lived through three major earthquakes, more than 8,000 aftershocks, we lost a staff member in the February quake and others were severely injured, our historic home of 102 years has been demolished, and we have worked out of 14 newsrooms in 12 months. In the midst of all this we also celebrated 150 years of publishing in Canterbury. The Press would like to thank the newspaper industry for this award, and for the understanding and support you have all given us through these troubling times. 9 1. 2. 3. 4. After claiming the Newspaper of the Year Award (25,000-90,000 circ.), 300 staff enjoyed a terrific par ty at their temporary site next to their printing plant on the outskirts of Christchurch. The specially erected marquee was humming while the All Blacks victory over Japan on the big screen next door added another dimension to the festivities. 1. Reporters Charlie Gates, Sam Sachdeva, Ben Heather and Michael Wright bask in the glory of the PANPA award; 2. Members of courageous Distribution and Newspapers Sales teams, who delivered The Press through earthquakes and snow storms, get their hands on the trophy; 3. Sue Deakin from The Press pay office enjoys a drink with the Finance team; 4. Editor Andrew Holden, centre, shares the moment with Illustrations Editor Richard Cosgrove (left) and Night Editor Ric Stevens. The Press photographer Iain McGregor with his PANPA trophy for images taken during the tragic earthquake PANPA 2011 Newspaper of the Year Awards