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2005 Media Peace Award Finalists

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2005 Media Peace Award Finalists

Print
Merania Karauria Deafening Silence
Robyn Langwell New Zealander of the Year: Doug Flett
Tearaway Magazine a) Label Bashers
b) Express Yourself
c) Pride and Prejudice
Jon Stephenson a) War Zone: a Reporter’s Story
b) No End in Sight

Radio
Planet FM & Rezwan Pashmi Women’s Voices – Selma
Gael Woods A Boy’s Own Story of the Great War
Graeme Acton Indonesian Islam

TV/Film
Lisa Glass, Stephen
Butler & Mike Valintine Lion Hearts
Paula Whetu-Jones & Erina Tamepo Mama Tere
Candida Beveridge for
Greenstone Pictures Should I Live, Should I Die?
Russell Campbell & Alister Sedition: The Suppression of Dissent in World
Barry, Vanguard Films War II New Zealand

Student/Rangatahi

Print
Renee Parsons Growing up Together
Daniel Nielsen Kicking the Drug Cycle

Film/TV
Chris Pickett Captive Kiwis
Steven Mahoney Turangawaewae – A Place to Stand
Zoe McIntosh Night Vision

Radio
Laura Wiltshier NCEA and a Baby on the Way
Julia Brown A Different World

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