Citizen Newsroom Award nominees announced

Now in their second year, The Citizen Newsroom Awards recognise the work of University of Melbourne students enrolled in the Master of Journalism, who have published work in The Citizen in the previous year.

They are proudly sponsored by the Faculty of Arts, Office of Graduate Studies.

The Centre for Advancing Journalism is excited to announce the following nominees for The Citizen Newsroom Awards 2015.

Best news story

Unis, residential colleges ditch plans for sharing data on campus sex assults

By Kate Stanton.

Life on Manus Island a state of despair, documents show

By Rose Iser, Michael Roddan, Chris Shearer, Bec Zajac

Hospital's undercover legal service latest check on violence against women

By Bec Zajac

Best feature story

Family First puts its family front and centre in election push

By Elyas Khan, Daryl Holland, Keryn Reynolds

Cancer trials offering hope, prolonging lives

By Julie Milland

Power and gender: how schools are taking a lead in the campaign to end violence against women

By Bec Zajac

Best audio/visual or multi-media package

Songster Albert Salt takes his music to a new high with a little help from Triple J

By Emily Robyn

Zoo's east-west dilemma (Citizen TV report: 50s - 6m46s)

By Rose Iser

Afghan war's hidden toll (Citizen TV report: 9m41s - 14m52s)

By Bessie Byrne

Best Portfolio

For information on the awards or ceremony please contact Program and Communications Coordinator Anders Furze.

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