Agency's bullying exclusive among Napa award winners

A Southampton-based news agency has won the National Association of Press Agencies news story of the year for an exclusive story about cyberbulling.

Reporter Ben Clerkin fprovided the Daily Mirror with the story about schoolchildren who used the internet to bully their peers.

He has since been rewarded for his efforts by bagging a job at the Daily Mail.

Prizes for the Napa awards were handed out by former Sun editor Kelvin Mackenzie, who began his career at South London agency Ferraris.

News picture of the year went to Dan Kitwood (South West News and Pictures) for a shot of a storm lashing Poole Harbour (pictured)

Charles McQuillan from Pacemaker in Belfast won sports picture of the year.

Feature of the year went to Kim Noble (Ferrari), while Chris Hatherall from Hayters Teamwork was awarded sports story of the year.


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