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SWUG Award Winners


The Gisborne Herald, PMP Print and APN Print Ellerslie took out the major honours in the 2014 SWUG Quality Awards, with The Gisborne Herald and PMP Print snaring two top awards each.

Chairman Dan Blackbourn said that this year represented the best quality ever seen at SWUG. Guest speaker Steve Gurney presented the prizes at the Awards Night dinner.

Winners were:

Tabloid 42gsm section,

Winner The Gisborne Herald The Wairoa Star

Runner Up Horton Media The Weekly Telegraph

Third Place The Gisborne Herald The Gisborne Herald

Heatset Tabloid

Winner PMP Print Rural News

Runner Up PMP Print NZ Farmer Weekly

Third Place Webstar PGG Wrightson


Winner APN Print Ellerslie The Vision China

Runner Up Allied Press Ltd Otago Daily Times 16/6/14

Third Place Allied Press Ltd Southland Times 18/6/14

Retail Catalogue

Winner PMP Print Farmers

Runner Up Webstar The Warehouse

Third Place PMP Print Countdown

Tabloid Enhanced Stock

Winner The Gisborne Herald Gisborne Property Guide

Runner Up The Gisborne Herald Angus Ball Sales

Third Place Horton Media Process // Hold

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