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Newspaper of the Year : 2011 Newspaper of the Year
PANPA 2011 Newspaper of the Year Awards 26 Winner: Nigel Tutt, Fairfax Media, New Zealand Winner: Geoff Tan, Singapore Press Holdings His enthusiasm for the industry, his understanding of the challenges and his focus on learning makes him a stand-out. He has an enormous amount to contribute. The industry will reap the benefits of his knowledge and passion for many years to come. He understands the challenges facing newspapers but approaches those with an enthusiasm that will enlighten us all. He leads from the front with his sleeves rolled up and buried deep in the action. In a relatively short time, he has quickly established himself as a critical member of his team. And his achievements in breaking new ground have been outstanding.” This is an experienced executive – and yet still a dynamo! He works across the key areas in the modern media landscape - trade and consumer. He has a very high profile and works hard to maintain it. An extremely professional portfolio, showing real leadership in industry marketing, he is clearly a pivotal leader in its team. Singapore Press Holdings and the Straits Times are among the best in the world as newspaper marketers.” Judges’ comments Judges’ comments Sunday Newspaper of the Year MT JANUARY 16,2011$2 THESUNDAYMAIL.COM.AU LOST SOULS SPECIAL FLOOD EDITION: HEROES, HOPE AND HEARTBREAK HISTORICAL POSTER – INSIDE DIG DEEPER Urgent appeal for more donations P2-3 DAD FORGIVES Jesse’s father: It’s no one’s fault P5 HELPING HAND The big clean- up hits full swing P8 REPAIR JOB Rebuilding a shattered c ity P10-11 JESSE, 4 SANDY MATTHEWS, 46 DONNA RICE, 43 LLYNC-CHIANN CLARKE, 31 JOCELYN McGUIRE, 5 JOSH ROSS, 25 JORDAN RICE, 13 CHRIS FACE, 63 PAULINE MAGNA, 65 JESSICA KEEP, 1 BRUCE MARSHALL, 66 SELWYN SCHEFE, 52 DAWN RADKE, 56 OTHER DECEASED JEAN GURR, 88 ROBERT KELLY, 30 VAN TOAN GIANG, 24 MAN UNKNOWN WOMAN UNKNOWN OTHER MISSING REGINA VANDERWERF, 82 WILLO WALKER ADAM O’CONNOR 2 WOMEN UNKNOWN GIRL, 6 , UNNAMED DECEASEDMISSINGDECEASEDDECEASEDDECEASEDMISSINGDECEASEDDECEASEDDECEASEDMISSINGDECEASEDDECEASEDMISSING SYLVIA BAILLIE, 72 MISSING BRENDA ROSS, 56 MISSING BRUCE WARHURST, 60 MISSING STEVE MATTHEWS, 56 DECEASED JAMES PERRY, 40 MISSING GARRY McGUIRE, 12 DECEASED Winner: Sunday Mail In an incredible year for news, the Sunday Mail showed it was able to respond with superb journalism. The main paper was powerful on the major stories with striking front pages and incisive reporting, the magazines are polished and creative. The Sunday Mail has my vote for newspaper of the year.” Highly Commended Sunday Herald Sun » Sunday Times, WA » Sunday Mail, SA » Sun-Herald » The Sunday Age » Judges’ comments Hegarty Scholar Marketer of the Year Hegarty Scholar for 2010, (left) Zac Skulander of Fairfax Media, presents to the 2011 shield and PANPA trophy to Nigel Tutt, of Fairfax New Zealand 2011 PANPA Marketer of the Year, Geoff Tan, celebrates with a glass of champagne with one of the world’s leading newspaper design consultants, Mario Garcia AWARDS SHOWCASE NEWSPAPER OF THE YEAR