It’s been a year since Press Gazette revived its Headline of the Month competition, thanks to some generous sponsorship from the nice people at Jura single malt whisky.
Now its time to pick our Headline of the Year winner.
Why? You may well ask. Because the skilful sub who wrote our winning headline will be sent away for courtesy of Jura for a weekend’s break on the Isle of Jura where George Orwell wrote in 1984.
The luxury lodge costs a small fortune to rent normally so this is a prize that is really worth winning.
There’s also a fantastic prize for the person who nominated the winning headline.
Cast you votes now.
Here are the winners again, you can vote using the poll at the bottom of this post:
Actress Rachael Weisz wins rave reviews for her performance in A Streetcar Named Desire at the Donmar Warehouse.
WEISZ AFTER THE EVENT
A farmer has been given £500,000 to clean up the country air turning pig muck into electricity.
AND THIS LITTLE PIGGY WENT TO SPARK IT
BNP activists round on BNP leader Nick Griffin after he puts in a lacklustre apperance on Question Time
Wembley and Kingsbury Times.
A shop owner in Kingsbury has been fined for selling fake Durex condoms.
The New Scientist
A new anklet device used in America can alert the authorities if alcohol-related offenders have breached bail conditions banning them from drinking.
THE ELECTRONIC FINK THAT WILL SQUEAL IF YOU DRINK
Rap star P. Diddy has blown £220,000 on a luxury car for his teenage son – who does not even have his driving licence.
NEW CAR DIDDY KIDDY DUMB DADDY DOUGH
First Great Western Trains passenger magazine
Veteran tennis players to battle it out at a Masters Tennis competition
OLD BOYS’ NET WORK
Council chiefs and police have cut down 6,000 trees at beauty spot in order to stop couples having sex in the woods.
COPSE AND DOGGERS
The Coventry Telegraph
A thief conned a pensioner out of his savings before taking him out for a pub lunch.
SCUM DINE WITH ME
Channel 4 News
The UK political situation is finely balanced on 7 May after the general election delivers a hung parliament.
HUNG DRAWN AND COURTED
TV favourite Declan Donnelly, of Ant and Dec fame, apparently has a hair-raising talent for growing back his thinning head of hair.
IT’S ALL STRANDS ON DECK
Jeremy Clarkson was warned he could be physically attacked after he claimed on Top Gear that Muslim women wear kinky underwear under their burkas.