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The small print:
Broadly, key elements to be considered by judges will be: originality of the work, topicality, strength and structure, objectivity and creativity.
Additional considerations will be whether the story has had impact beyond The Citizen and whether it was co-published or re-published by another media outlet. The portfolio award will be given for a series of reports published throughout the year, ideally ranging across a variety of subjects and reporting styles.
A short-list of three entries in each category were compiled by The Citizen editors and Master of Journalism teaching staff. The winners will be selected by a panel of judges drawn from the Advisory Board of the University’s Centre for Advancing Journalism.