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2006 Ford Henry Award Winners Announced

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2006 Ford Henry Award Winners Announced

AUCKLAND, New Zealand, 16 November 2006

The Henry Awards, the annual event where Ford recognizes excellence in motoring journalism from entries submitted by members of the New Zealand Motoring Writers Guild, were held last night in Auckland.

The awards event was established in New Zealand 17 years ago, and has become an integral part of the annual Motoring Guild calendar.

13 journalists submitted entries over seven different categories. All entries were then compiled and the two judges determined winners following a session of deliberation at Ford New Zealand.

Judges for the event were Perry Kerr (Chief Executive Officer of the Motor Industry Association) and Malcolm Teesdale.

Judges were asked to evaluate the entries to a specified set of criteria, which detailed that writing must be interesting and attention grabbing, informative, original and easy to understand – and without an overload of jargon.

"The current format for the Henry's has worked exceptionally well for a number of years, and we look forward to recognising the efforts of the motoring journalists through these awards for years to come," said Ford New Zealand Media Relations Manager, Clare Ponton.


CATEGORY
WINNER RUNNER UP HIGHLY COMMENDED

Best Ford Product Story (The Louise Teesdale Memorial)
Alistair Davidson (Times Newspapers) Dave Moore (Christchurch Press) Graeme Barlow (Driver Magazine)

Best Overall Product Story
Brian Cowan (NZ Truck & Driver) Shaun Summerfield (Campbell Live – TV3) Jacqui Madelin (NZ Investor Magazine)

Best Motorsport Story
Mike Nash (Kiwi Rider Magazine) N/A N/A

Best Published Photograph
Joint winners Tom Gasnier (NZ Autocar) Adrian Payne (NZ Autocar) N/A N/A

Best Safety & Environment Story
Jacqui Madelin (NZ Investor) Brian Cowan (AA Autofocus) Mike Nash (Kiwi Rider Magazine)

Best Industry Story
Robert Barry (Surburban Papers) Graeme Barlow (Driver Magazine) N/A

Best Story for Target Market
Alistair Davidson (NZ Rodder) Cathy Parker NZ 4WD N/A


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