Three Iliffe Media journalists have been shortlisted in the NCTJ 2022 Awards for Excellence.
The prestigious annual awards organised by the National Council for the Training of Journalists, will be hosted at London’s Twickenham Stadium in March.
Bury Free Press and Suffolk News reporter Tamika Green, who was recently named Apprentice of the Year at the Women in Local News Awards 2022, is again nominated in the Apprentice of the Year category.
Sam Harrison, also from the Bury Free Press and Suffolk News, is nominated in the Trainee Podcast of the Year category while KMTV's Bartholomew Hall, a University of Kent graduate, is shortlisted for Student Top Scoop.
The winners will be announced at an awards lunch on March 2, following a seminar for training providers delivering NCTJ-accredited courses, as well as their industry advisers.
Mark Hudson, head of early talent at awards sponsor News UK, said: “News UK is delighted to sponsor the NCTJ awards for a second year.
“The quality of journalism produced by all the entrants is incredible; judges’ decisions must be made by the finest of margins. It’s an annual reminder that the future of journalism is in safe hands.”