The Business Post receives 13 nominations in Newsbrands Journalism Awards

This newspaper received nominations across 11 categories, including scoop of the year and campaigning journalism

21st October, 2021
The Business Post receives 13 nominations in Newsbrands Journalism Awards
Ann Marie Lenihan, NewsBrands Ireland chief executive, Paul Dervan, National Lottery chief marketing officer and Colm O’Reilly, chairman of NewsBrands Ireland, at the launch of this year’s awards. Picture: Fennell Photography

The Business Post received 13 nominations across 11 categories, including business journalist of the year, political journalist of the year and young journalist of the year, in the NewsBrands Journalism Awards.

The paper overall was nominated for campaigning journalism for articles published relating to Ireland’s spiralling housing crisis and institutional property investors consistently outbidding individuals looking to purchase property.

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