The Guardian could continue its awardwinning run after being shortlisted in the newspaper of the year category for the London Press Club awards.
It is up against The Times and the Daily Mail on the shortlist for the awards bash on 16 May.
Since turning Berliner in September last year, The Guardian has been given a string of design prizes and was named British Press Awards newspaper of the year last month.
Tory leader David Cameron is to present the prizes at Claridges Hotel in London.
The full shortlist is: Scoop of the year: Harry The Nazi — The Sun, Camilla and Charles to Wed — Evening Standard, Blunkett Broke Rules — Independent on Sunday; consumer affairs journalist: Jonathan Prynn — Evening Standard, Graham Hiscott — PA/Daily Express, David Derbyshire — The Daily Telegraph; broadcasting journalist: Frank Gardner — BBC, Caroline Hawley — BBC, Deborah Turness — ITV; business journalist: Chris Blackhurst — Evening Standard, David Parsley — City AM, Bill Emmott – The Economist; Sunday newspaper of the year: News of the World, The Observer; daily newspaper of the year: The Times, Daily Mail, The Guardian.