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'Local hero' Carl Eve on holding the police to account in Plymouth over a flawed paedophile investigationBy Charlotte Wace | 12 Dec 2014
A local newspaper crime reporter has revealed how he spent seven months working mainly in his own time to expose a flawed police investigation into a notorious paedophile.
Leveson refused to include 'controversial' Times child abuse story in good practice section of reportBy William Turvill | 03 Dec 2014
Journalist of the year Andrew Norfolk told last night how he believes Lord Justice Leveson disregarded his child abuse investigation in his report because it was “not without controversy”.
All the winners of the 2014 British Journalism Awards will be announced tonight at a ceremony in central London. Follow @PressGazette on Twitter for the names of the winners as they are announced. Below is a reminder of the shortlists.
Andrew Norfolk named journalist of the year as Times and Sunday Times claim seven British Journalism AwardsBy Press Gazette | 02 Dec 2014
The Sunday Times’s Insight Team – comprising Jonathan Calvert and Heidi Blake – won three categories at tonight’s ceremony at Stationers’ Hall, including two for its FIFA investigation.
By Press Gazette | 04 Nov 2014
The finalists have been announced for the 2014 Press Gazette British Journalism Awards in association with TSB.
By Press Gazette | 20 Oct 2014
This year’s British Journalism Awards have attracted a record number of entries representing every major UK news publisher and broadcaster.
By Natasha Clark | 06 Jan 2014
Sports Journalist of the Year David Conn considers the media response to Hillsborough to be a “second tragedy” because it took them so long to accept the facts of the case.
Despite being detained three times this year, New Journalist of the Year enjoys 'huge privilege' of reporting on EgyptBy Natasha Clark | 18 Dec 2013
Guardian Egypt correspondent Patrick Kingsley may have been detained three times this year alone, but he still sees his job covering the crisis-stricken country as a “huge privilege”.
By Press Gazette | 05 Dec 2013
Watch Press Gazette's video report from the 2013 British Journalism Awards.
By Dominic Ponsford | 05 Dec 2013
In 30 years time reporters will be still be winning the awards because of the encouragement given to them by the late Richard Beeston.
By Dominic Ponsford | 04 Dec 2013
Journalist of the Year Michael Gillard could not accept his award in person at the British Journalism Awards on Monday night, partly because he can no longer attend public events in London since exposing gangster David Hunt in the Sunday Times.
By Press Gazette | 03 Dec 2013
By Darren Boyle | 02 Dec 2013
Michael Gillard of The Sunday Times has been awarded the prestigious Journalist of the Year award at the second annual British Journalism Awards.
By Press Gazette | 05 Nov 2013
Press Gazette is proud to announce the finalists for the second British Journalism Awards.
From journalistic hell (allegedly) to journalism heaven at the judging of the 2013 British Journalism Awards (video)By Dominic Ponsford | 01 Nov 2013
As an (alleged) vision of journalistic hell was presented to jurors at the Old Bailey yesterday, I was privileged to immerse myself in journalism heaven as I convened the judging for this year's British Journalism Awards.
By Press Gazette | 04 Sep 2013
Entries are now open for the 2013 British Journalism Awards.
By Press Gazette | 05 Jul 2013
The British Journalism Awards is set to return to Stationers’ Hall in London on 2 December this year.
Coventry Telegraph health reporter joins Sunday Mirror after making British Journalism Awards shortlistBy Press Gazette | 23 May 2013
Former Coventry Telegraph health reporter Warren Manger has landed a job on the Sunday Mirror features desk after being a finalist at the British Journalism Awards.
By Alex Wynick | 03 Apr 2013
A showcase of the public interest journalism (in every sense) which saw these reporters commended by the British Journalism Awards judges in the category of Business Journalist of the Year
By Alex Wynick | 03 Apr 2013
A showcase of the public interest journalism (in every sense) which saw these reporters commended by the British Journalism Awards judges in the category of political journalism.