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Community Journalist And Photographer Awards

Independent Community Newspapers Journalists And Photographers Competitions 2002

Young Photographer of the Year

Third Lisa Castle Whakatane Beacon

Second Kellie Blizard Howick & Pakuranga Times

First Amos Chapple Auckland Community Newspapers



Best Photographer

Third Monique Ford Whakatane Beacon

Second Warwick Tilley Opotiki News

First Wayne Martin Howick & Pakuranga Times


Young Journalist of the Year

Highly commended: Martha McKenzie-Minifie – Howick & Pakuranga Times
Sheryl Flay – Howick & Pakuranga Times
Kristin Miller – Whakatane Beacon

Second Aimee Cox Rodney Times

First Anna Rushworth West Weekly


Best Journalist


Third Kris Wills Rodney Times

Second Rob Drent Devonport Flagstaff

First Katee Shanks Whakatane Beacon


INDEPENDENT BETTER NEWSPAPERS
COMPETITIONS 2002

Best Advertising Feature or Supplement

Highly commended: Whakatane Beacon, The Star

Third Ruapehu Bulletin - Ski Ruapehu in Summer

Second Mountain Scene - Voice of Queenstown

First Rodney Times - Twisted Metal


Best Individual Advertising Portfolio

First Rodney Times


Community Involvement

Second Our Town Papakura

First Bays & Remuera Times

Best Front Page

Highly commended: Rodney Times, West Weekly

Third The Star

Second Whakatane Beacon

First Howick & Pakuranga Times

INDEPENDENT BETTER NEWSPAPERS
COMPETITIONS 2002


Best All Round Independent Newspaper


Finalists are:-
Howick & Pakuranga Times

The Star

Shore News

Whakatane Beacon

Mountain Scene

Rodney Times


Runner Up Howick & Pakuranga Times

Winner of the Norske Skog Award

Winner Rodney Times

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