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REINZ Property Journalism Awards finalists


The 2001 REINZ Property Journalism Awards finalists (in random order) are:


Best Property Portfolio
Sally Lindsay AGM Publishing
Anne Gibson New Zealand Herald


Best Provincial Portfolio
Gail King Times Media Group
Rhonda Joy Markby Timaru Herald

Best Lifestyle Portfolio
Claire McCall NZ Home & Entertaining
Penny Lewis NZ Home & Entertaining


Best Single Commercial Item
Jon Stephenson The Independent
Jenni McManus The Independent

Best Single Residential Item
Andrew King Residential Property Investor
Anne Gibson New Zealand Herald

Best Single Real Estate & Technology Item
Sally Lindsay The Property Business
Campbell McIlroy National Business Review

Best Single Rural Item
Chris Hutching The Property Business
Campbell McIlroy National Business Review


The winner of the Best Property Portfolio receives $2000 plus the President’s Trophy, and the five other category winners receive $500.


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