Sunday Mail SCOOPS NEWSPAPER OSCARS; The Sunday Mail is a wonderful example of journalistic principles, exposing the baddies.SUNDAY Mail journalists showed why we are Scotland's best-selling best·sell·er also best seller
A product, such as a book, that is among those sold in the largest numbers.
best newspaper with another award-winning performance last week.
They collected two prizes at the prestigious Scottish Press Awards while another three of our top writers were commended.
Derek Alexander was named Young Journalist of the Year while Bill Caldwell won Cartoonist of the Year.
Their success shows how Scotland's favourite paper, the Sunday Mail, can mix the best hard-hitting scoops with humour to keep our two million readers entertained every week. The judging panel praised Derek's exclusives - which included undercover stories exposing major drug dealers - as way out in front.
They said: "It is a wonderful example of old-fashioned journalistic jour·nal·is·tic
Of, relating to, or characteristic of journalism or journalists.
journal·is principles of exposing the baddie irrespective of irrespective of
Without consideration of; regardless of.
preposition despite personal danger." The judges also lavished praised on our cartoonist and applauded Bill's talent for wringing wring
v. wrung , wring·ing, wrings
1. To twist, squeeze, or compress, especially so as to extract liquid. Often used with out.
2. humour from the big news stories.
Other Sunday Mail writers nominated nom·i·nate
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1. To propose by name as a candidate, especially for election.
2. To designate or appoint to an office, responsibility, or honor. underlines our strength in every area of the paper.
Broadcaster and journalist Selina Scott's talked-about column saw her short-listed as Columnist of the Year.
Reporter Lorna Hughes was nominated in the Scoop of the Year category for her exclusive on a couple's battle to choose the sex of their baby.
And Hugh Keevins, our big-hitting writer in Scotland's top sport section, was nominated for Sports Journalist of the Year for articles on the collapse of the Kenny Dalglish Kenneth Mathieson Dalglish MBE (born 4 March 1951 in Dalmarnock, Glasgow) is a former Scottish international football player. He was famous for his successes with Celtic in the 1970s and with the English club Liverpool in the 1970s and 1980s. regime at Celtic.
Journalist Of The Year was Alistair McKay of The Scotsman.